New Nexus S 4G On Sale Now for $200 from Sprint, $150 from Best Buy

Nexus S 4GSo, the Nexus S 4G was a really good phone. A lot of

people thought it was a well-rounded phone and support for super fast 4G is always an added bonus. Well, now Sprint and Samsung have released the newest version of the Nexus S 4G and it improves on the original in some pretty big ways.

While it may look the same, feel the same and work the same, the new Nexus S 4G is three-tenths of a millimeter thicker than the original Nexus S 4G. But you didn’t come here to find out how thick the device was, unless you have some strange fascination with the thickness of smartphones.

This new version of the Nexus S 4G is almost identical to the previous version with one major, major difference: the new Nexus S 4G sports WiMAX radio. Sprint and Samsung picked the best day, Mother’s Day, to unleash their newest smartphone. That’s right, this new phone was released today.

The freshest Gingerbread smartphone is now available and, just like Sprint and Samsung promised, the new Nexus S 4G brings the same 4-inch curved Super AMOLED screen, 1 GHz Hummingbird chip and NFC capabilities. T-Mobile customers with similar phones have enjoyed this kind of functionality for months now so it is nice to see Sprint fans getting some love.

In addition to all the cool stuff I mentioned above, this Nexus S 4G comes with the promise of Google Talk video chat. I don’t know about you but I have personally used video chat before and I have to say, it’s pretty slick. I just really don’t like talking on the phone to people. I prefer face to face or text but video chat allows me to have the phone conversation that many people prefer to text with the same benefits of face-to-face.

However, the best part about this phone is the price. You can get the new Nexus S 4G for $200 if you are an existing Sprint customer. On the other hand, you can shave $50 off of the price and pick it up for $150 from Best Buy if you are a first time Sprint customer. This is all, of course, when you sign up for a new 2-year contract.

Source:

Engadget – Nexus S 4G on sale today: $200 at Sprint, $150 at Best Buy

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