Samsung Nexus S 4G (Sprint), Pros, Cons & Price Differences
The new Samsung Nexus S 4G Google Android smartphone on Sprint seems to be getting a lot of attention of late so we will give you a few details on pros, cons and price tags.
The Nexus S 4G by Samsung runs Android Gingerbread operating system and if you visit sprint.com it is $199.99 on contract and $549 without a contract. Now there seems to be different prices online at the moment and we will list a few.
If you head on over to Best Buy they are offering it for $149.99 with a new 2-year contract, Wirefly is offering it for $129.99 on the same 2-year contract and there is Let’s Talk and of you are a new Sprint customer taking out a new individual plan contract you can get the handset for $139.99, was $229.99 but thanks to the $90 LetsTalk instant discount you save a $90. Amazon Wireless is the cheapest to buy from at only $99.99
Looking at all the above different online stores have different prices but Sprint set its own monthly contract price regardless of what store you buy from, the Nexus S 4G on contract will cost you $69 per month, if you would like to add the Premium Data Plan add-on this will be $10 per month and if you choose the mobile hot-spot feature then you will have to pay another $29 per month.
Samsung Nexus S 4G (Sprint) Main Features Include: Google Android Gingerbread OS, 4-inch 800×480, 16.7M-color Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen, 5-megapixel camera with flash, WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA, 1 GHz Hummingbird Processor and so much more.
When it comes to the pros and cons then PCMag’s review of the smartphone is very good, they say on the positive side of this the Samsung Nexus S 4G has pure Google Android Gingerbread, has great Google Voice integration and the design is elegant. On the negative side the call and reception quality is poor, there is no removable battery and that the specs are not what you call cutting technology.
Taking all the above into consideration, would you buy the Samsung Nexus S 4G Sprint smartphone? Please do post your comments below.