Sprint Announces Goolge Nexus S 4G
AT&T isnt the only one making news in this day before CTIA. Sprint– who plans to have a crazy CTIA of their own— has today officially announced that before Spring is out they will be bringing the Samsung Nexus S to their 4G network with the appropriately named Nexus S 4G.
Beyond packing that Sprint 4G goodness this is pretty much the same Nexus S that was announced last year, though it’s still a pretty solid phone nonetheless with specs like a 4 inch high-res “Contour Display” with anti-fingerprint coating (in other words– a really nice, sharp screen that will make every thing on it look nice and clear. Oh, and the screen itself is curved — yes, curved– so that the phone will feel more natural in your hand particularly when your using it as a phone), 1 GHZ Samsung Hummingbird processor (for keeping things running fast and smooth), 5 megapixel rear camera with flash and second front camera for video chat (like the Epic 4G), 16 GB of built-in storage, WiFi (with support for the latest N networks), GPS and of course the latest and greatest version of Android for phones: Android 2.3 “Gingerbread.”
The Nexus S 4G will be available “this Spring” (so most likely very soon considering its almost April) for $200 with a new year contract and data plan.
Posted on March 21, 2011, in Cell Phones, CTIA 2011 and tagged 4g, Android, android gingerbread, Cell Phones, CTIA, ctia 2011, Google, nexus s, nexus s 4g, samsung, Sprint, sprint 4g. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.