Sprint Follows Verizon’s Lead, Bails on Nexus One
Say good bye to the CDMA Nexus One. Like Verizon did a few weeks back, Sprint has opted to drop the Nexus One from its future handset roadmap. Why, you ask? Well, the EVO 4G is going to be a considerably beefier phone with (presumably) a similar price point. According Gizmodo, a Sprint rep tells them that the “upcoming availability of the award-winning Evo 4G” is a “more robust, full-featured device”, thus bumping the Nexus One.
And we were just telling you guys earlier why it was still a lock. Obviously, we’d like to see the Nexus One arrive for Sprint, so we’ll keep crossing fingers. Unfortunately, things look grim.
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