May 13 AT 4:01 PM Alberto Vildosola 6 Comments

Get Sprint’s Nexus S 4G for just $99 from Wirefly (Deal)

Even though we’re already day-dreaming about Ice Cream Sandwich and the Nexus 3, they won’t be announced anytime soon. But the next best thing is available right now, the Nexus S 4G from Sprint.

Wirefly is currently offering this “Google Phone” for the low price of $99 with a 2-year contract. If you want to buy the only Android phone with NFC, Gingerbread, and 4G speeds, head on over to Wirefly and buy yourself one — you won’t regret it. If you need more convincing, here’s the rest of the features you get with the  Nexus S 4G:

  • 5MP back-facing camera with LED flash, VGA front-facing camera
  • 4-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 480 x 800 resolution
  • 1Ghz Hummingbird CPU
  • 512 RAM and 16GB of ROM
  • 1500 mAh
  • Gyroscope

While the Nexus S 4G might not have the most impressive hardware by today’s standards, it’s still the official Google phone. Which means it’ll always have the latest Android version before everybody else. If you can look past the lack of dual-core CPU, and focus instead on the advantages of having the most up-to-date Android phone, the Nexus S 4G is the phone you’re looking for. Me personally, I’ll be here fantasizing about all the fun me and my Nexus 3 will have together this Christmas.

Source: Wirefly

Alberto is a college student living somewhere between Miami, Sarasota and the World Wide Web. Although a former iPhone owner, Alberto is now a proud Android enthusiast. You can follow Alberto on Twitter and Google+ for his thoughts unworthy of an article.

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  • http://Website Richard Yarrell

    This is a great deal but still not enough to change mind. The best device on sprint will be the Evo 3d. The days are counting down till launch and pricing.

    • Alberto Vildosola

      Good decision. Have you read anything about how good the battery life is? Hopefully it’s better than the EVO’s

  • http://phandroid.com Christopher

    I love my nexus s 4g. I got it at my local sprint. I got it for $150 because I told him that it was cheaper at bestbuy and he said he can sale it to me for $150 insted of $200. He just needed to talk to his district manager. They also gave me a free case. And the battery life is pritty good. It can hold about 1day with 4g on and about a 1¹/² without 4g.

  • http://Website notSean

    How did the G2X end up with that name if it wasn’t going to be considered to be the next “Official Google Phone”? I like the NexS 4g specs, but would hold out for dual core, if not quad. Gingerbread would be nice, except I am hearing elsewhere the penalty you pay for the latest OS is not all the apps are compatible.

  • mac08wrx

    I Have had my Nesus S for about a week and love it. Battery life is good it last longer than my MOTO X. I personally think its a great phone and love Gingerbread. So far not many issues with apps not working.

  1. Richard YarrellGuest 4 years ago

    This is a great deal but still not enough to change mind. The best device on sprint will be the Evo 3d. The days are counting down till launch and pricing.

  2. ChristopherGuest 4 years ago

    I love my nexus s 4g. I got it at my local sprint. I got it for $150 because I told him that it was cheaper at bestbuy and he said he can sale it to me for $150 insted of $200. He just needed to talk to his district manager. They also gave me a free case. And the battery life is pritty good. It can hold about 1day with 4g on and about a 1¹/² without 4g.

  3. notSeanGuest 4 years ago

    How did the G2X end up with that name if it wasn’t going to be considered to be the next “Official Google Phone”? I like the NexS 4g specs, but would hold out for dual core, if not quad. Gingerbread would be nice, except I am hearing elsewhere the penalty you pay for the latest OS is not all the apps are compatible.

  4. I Have had my Nesus S for about a week and love it. Battery life is good it last longer than my MOTO X. I personally think its a great phone and love Gingerbread. So far not many issues with apps not working.