It’s been rumored for awhile that Google and Samsung would bring their Nexus S to Sprint’s 4G network and the guys from Engadget just uncovered the supposed logo for the device. The Nexus S 4G is said to be exactly like the T-Mobile version of the Nexus S with the additional support for Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network.
Sprint is holding their big CTIA press conference on Tuesday March 22nd, so that’s likely the big day when the Nexus S 4G will be announced. We are still waiting to learn if the Nexus S 4G might appear in Sprint stores, but it’s a good bet it will be on Best Buy shelves like the original Nexus S.
The first Nexus S arrived in stores just days after Google officially announced it, so there’s a good chance that Sprint customers should be able to purchase the Nexus S 4G later this month.
I still use the Nexus S as my daily phone and it’s the only device to ship with the latest Android 2.3, so I would recommend it to any Sprint user who is looking for a pure Google experience. However, Sprint is also expected to announce multiple dual-core phones (EVO 3D, Atrix 4G, and maybe Galaxy S II) so it might be best to wait if you want to get a more future-proof device.
How many Sprint users are interested in picking up the Nexus S 4G?