Almost two weeks ago today Sprint finally issued a release date the first CDMA variant in Google’s “Nexus” line, the Nexus S 4G. While this may seem like lack luster news seeing as this device is exactly the same as the Nexus S that came before it, with the exception of a sim slot and a different cellular radio, Sprint customers will now be able to grab that pure Google experience T-Mobile and AT&T customers have had available since the launch of the Nexus One.
The new Nexus S 4G officially went on sale yesterday and is available at Sprint stores for $200 with a new two year contract and $150 at Best Buy with the same requirement. How many people are going to pick one of these up?
Source: Slash Gear