Sprint has started selling the Samsung-made Google Nexus S 4G smartphone with a price tag of $199.99 on a two-year contract. Best Buy is having it now for $149.99. Beating the $50 discount offer of Best Buy, the internet retailer giant Amazon has slashed 100 more bucks from the price of the Nexus S 4G. Interested folks can now buy it for a mere $49.99, which is extremely cheaper price for this deice. But the takers should be committed to sign a two-year contract with the carrier.
Sprint branded Google Nexus S 4G can take the advantage of true 4G speeds of the Sprint network with help of 4G radio in it, and runs with the latest stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread, featuring a 4″ Super AMOLED Contour Display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 16 GB of onboard memory and the heavily-hyped near field communication (NFC) capability, 512 MB of RAM, Wi-Fi b/g/n, 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capability, Bluetooth 2.1, equipped with an VGA front camera and 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and more.
Soon after the launch, Sprint’s Nexus S 4G has also got an early maintenance update GRJJ2, which brings performance improvements and security improvements. Late yesterday, Google has announced its all new Wallet Mobile Payment services. So you will finally be able to take advantage of the Nexus S 4G’s NFC chip starting this summer.
You should head over to Amazon Wireless Stores (hit the link) to grab the Sprint branded Google Nexus S 4G for just at $49.99 on a two year contract for Verizon’s new customers, and the already existing customers need to shell out $99 to buy it.