Sprint’s Google Nexus S 4G is now available for purchase at Besy Buy online stores for $200 with a two-year contract. Nexus S 4G is coming with 4G WiMAX support on Sprint.
The shipping date as April 6 have been spotted on Best Buy’s web site for the Sprint branded Google Nexus S 4G and immediately removed and the ship date has since been replaced to “coming soon” on the web page by the retailer. Check out more detaile about the release date of the Nexus S 4G here.
Sprint’s WiMAX capable Android powered smartphone Google Nexus S 4G is now available for pre-orders at Sprint in-stores. it would cost you $199.99 after instant discount with 2-yr contract. Nexus S 4G sports Gingerbread OS, 1GHz chipset, 4″ display, 16GB space, dual-cameras, NFC chip, Google Voice, and more. Check out more details about the Sprint connected Nexus S 4G handset here.
Best Buy has announced that it start taking the pre-orders of Sprint connected Nexus S 4G handset immediately. Nexus S 4G runs with Gingerbread, 4″ touch display, 1GHz chipset, dual-cameras, NFC support, 16GB internal storage, 4G WiMAX connectivity and much more. Check out more details about the pre-orders availability of the Nexus S 4G phone here.
Sprint’s Nexus S 4G smartphone supports the next-generation 4G WiMAX network for theoretically blazing fast data speeds. Check out the full specifications, availability, and the price details of the Nexus S 4G for Sprint here.
Google has officially confirmed the Nexus S 4G for Sprint, which will support both the CDMA / EV-DO and WiMAX radios and Sprint users will be able to use the Google Voice features. Nexus S 4G sports 4″ touch display, 1GHz chipset, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, NFC, dual-cameras, 512MB RAM, 16GB internal storage and more. Check out more details about the Nexus S 4G handset here.
For a limited time, Sprint’s own website allows the users to search for the term ‘Nexus’ to get the listings regarding the details about the handset, which has been referred as “Pure Google device and “the first smartphone with fully integrated Google Voice”. Sprint has now removed it from the site.
HTC EVO 3D smartphone and HTC EVO View 4G tablet are said to be launching at next week’s CTIA event by Sprint carrier on March 22nd. Check out the more details and features of these two devices here.
Sprint set to launch the WiMax-powered Google Nexus S 4G at CTIA event, which is going to happen from on March 22nd. Sprint also has put up the page for Nexus S on its website. The page isn’t live right now. Check out more details about the Sprint’s unconfirmed Nexus S 4G here.