If you are planning to spoil yourself with a new Google Nexus S, we are proud to announce you Sprint has recently announced the official Google Nexus S 4G release date. The “Pure Google Experience” will be available at 4G speeds to customers starting from May 8. It will set you back $199 on a two-year service agreement plus the $10 smartphone Premium Data add-on charge for the data plan you will choose.
Google Nexus S 4G will come with the untouched version of Android 2.3, and besides the fact that we will see Gingerbread as it was originally designed by Google, this also means firmware updates for the Nexus S are going to appear ahead of other Android phones.
If you aren’t familiar with the Google Nexus S 4G’s specs ( now that’s hard to imagine ) , these are the main ones:
- 4-inch Super AMOLED Contour Display with 400 x 800 resolution
- 1 GHz Hummingbird processor
- 5 Mp rear camera ( auto-focus, LED flash ) coupled with a front VGA camera
- 512 MB of RAM
- 16 GB internal storage ( no SD card is a downer )
- 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot capability
- 1500 mAh battery
- NFC support
Sprint is slowly building and rising some sort of 4G phones army, with 20 devices announced already and the Google Nexus S will be the fourth of its kind available now on the market.
With less than two weeks from its launch, probably most Sprint customers ( or future ones ) already decided if the latest Google phone will be the one that they will get. But considering what massive firepower other phones like, let’s say, the Motorola Droid X2 or the HTC Evo 3D pack it is only normal to take your time and give a hard thought before spending those hard-earned dollars on a smartphone.
So, what do think about the 4G version of the Google Phone ? Do you consider buying it or will you play the waiting game until something more appealing will be available ? Do not forget to check by so you won’t miss whatever news the future reveals us.