Mar 17 AT 4:01 PM Taylor Wimberly 27 Comments

Sprint joins the Nexus One party

It’s official. The Nexus One is coming to all four nationwide carriers in the United States.

Sprint just announced they will officially support the Nexus One and we should have pricing information and a launch date next week at CTIA.

“Nexus One is a powerful device that belongs on a powerful network. This is another step in our continued partnership of innovation with Google. Sprint customers already have the option of two amazing Android devices with Samsung Moment and HTC Hero. It is a natural fit for us to add Nexus One to the list of choices available for Sprint customers who want the best value in wireless with the best in Android.”Fared AdibVP of product development, Sprint

The announcement comes just one day after Google began selling a Nexus One that supported AT&T’s 3G bands (and Canada too). T-Mobile was the first carrier to support the Nexus One and the Verizon version should also go on sale next week.

I’m glad that Sprint is now on board, but I would probably hold out on purchasing the Nexus One until the full details of the upcoming HTC Supersonic are announced.

If you are a Sprint customer, let us know what you think. Nexus One or Supersonic?

Source: Sprint

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