When the Nexus One was released Google had said they would release the first Android developer phone to T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon Wireless. The Verizon Wireless version never came. We got the HTC Droid Incredible instead, while it was a great device it wasn’t the Nexus One.
Fast forward a year and the follow up device, the Nexus S, this time made by Samsung, has made it to CDMA via Sprint. In addition, the Nexus S for Sprint also packs a WiMax radio for Sprint’s 4G network. Now, with the Sprint Nexus S 4G you not only get a vanilla Android experience which was the flagship for Android 2.3, Gingerbread, you also get it on 4G.
More including video after the break
The Samsung Nexus S 4G features:
– 1ghz Samsung processor
– 4″ superAMOLED display
– Pinch to zoom
– Android 2.3 (with upgrade available now to 2.3.4 with Gtalk with video)
– Deep Google Voice Integration currently only available with Sprint
– Vanilla Android (no custom UI)
The Nexus S 4G is available for $199.99 on a new two year agreement.