Sprint, Say Hello to the Nexus One

Fri, Mar 19, 2010

Android, Mobile

Well, there you have it folks. Now you no longer have the excuse of carrier availability regarding the Nexus One. Sprint was the last major U.S. carrier to announce it will be getting Google’s Nexus One smartphone. Now with all four major carriers having the device, just about anyone now is able to snap one up.

Now if only we could actually go into a store and play with it before we buy it, the device might start picking up in sales. No pricing was revealed but I truly hope that Sprint jumps on the subsidized bandwagon so that it doesn’t completely tank.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1799870492 Ede Wilborn

    I have religiously been following the Nexus One waiting for it to become available for sprint. I will be one of the first owners when it is available. My coworker spent the 572.00 to purchase one for TMobile and this phone is friggin awesome. I have had the opportunity to play with one and now I know I want it… bye bye Palm Pre… Hello Nexus one!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=507238033 Talor Berthelson

    The Nexus One seems to be a very nice phone and I'm glad it will be on all the four major carriers. I use a Motorola Droid and love it but I admit the Nexus One does bring me a bit of envy.


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