Today, the rumored Nexus S 4G has been officially introduced by Google and Sprint, becoming the world’s first 4G Nexus smartphone.
Manufactured by Samsung, the Nexus S 4G looks exactly like the Nexus S that’s compatible with T-Mobile’s GSM / AWS network, and has most of its features (Android 2.3, 4 inch WVGA Super AMOLED contour display, NFC, dual cameras, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 16GB of on-board memory etc).
The difference, of course, is that Sprint’s Nexus S 4G is a CDMA / EvDo handset with support for WiMAX. Another novelty that the Nexus S 4G brings is the ability to use “the full set of Google Voice features” – more details here.
Sprint will offer the Nexus S 4G starting “this spring” for $199.99 on contract. No word yet on the smartphone’s off-contract price. You can check out the Nexus S 4G here at Sprint.
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