Sprint’s Nexus 4G Gets $199 Price Tag, May 8 Launch

We just got official word from Sprint that their version of the Nexus S will be arriving in stores across the country on May 8th. Carrying a $199 price tag (two-year commitment), the Nexus 4G features Android 2.3, a 1 GHZ processor, 5-megapixel camera, and support for Sprint’s 4G network. Let’s not forget that beautiful 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, front-facing VGA camera, NFC chip, Wi-Wi, Bluetooth, and GPS either.

Any Sprint owners looking to grab one of the Samsung phones up next month?

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  1. Earldriscoll
    April 26, 13:52 Reply

    I had pre-ordered it, but will likely not get it now as I will be going to Google I/O 2 days after release and will likely be provided (can I dream) and EVO 3D.

  2. Jjltech
    April 26, 16:51 Reply

    I haven’t had good results with Samsung phones. I will be staying away from this one.

    • Nobuyuki Sakamoto
      April 29, 04:10 Reply

      The difference is that Google are wanting to show what can be done with Android and will make certain that it’s a showcase, rather than a typical Samsung bugfest.

  3. Ethan Sommer
    April 27, 02:11 Reply

    I’m disappointed. This is almost the same phone as the Galaxy S phones, which are nearly a year old now.

  4. IceRain
    April 27, 06:08 Reply

    except the camera and the OS
    i think there is nothing good for a Samsung phone

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