It’s been a while since we’ve last seen the white Samsung Google Nexus S. The most famous sightings of this mythical beast have happened back in January, when it leaked in Germany, and then in February, when Vodafone announced that it plans to launch the Nexus S around the world, including the white version.
If you’ve missed the white Nexus S, it’s back. This time not leaked, not coming soon, not rumored, but actually sitting pretty on a carrier’s website, ready to be ordered. Said carrier is Canada’s Telus, and it certainly looks like you can now order a white Nexus S from there.
The pricing is the same as the black version. You’ll need to pay $49.99 with a new three-year contract, $399.99 with a two-year commitment, and $449.99 with a one-year agreement. If you’d rather get it sans contract, you can do that too of course, if you agree to shell out no less than $499.99.
As you can see from the picture above, if you were expecting a Nexus S fully clad in white, you’re probably disappointed. Even so, if you’re in Canada and like your black&white smartphones, head over to Telus and hit the Add to cart button.
Via Android Central
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