Sprint Nexus S 4G Drops to $50 at Amazon

If you want to get your hands on a brand new smartphone with WiMax 4G speeds and the latest version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread, look no further than the Nexus S 4G from Sprint. If you want to get that phone for an extremely cheap price, look no further than Amazon which has it listed for a measly $50 right now.

Nexus S 4G

That price is currently only for those willing to sign a new two year agreement. If you’re going to be using an upgrade, then you’ll have to fork over $100, which to be honest, isn’t too bad either.

What you’ll get in return is a top of the line Android smartphone running a pure vanilla version of Android 2.3.4, which of course, is the latest version of Gingerbread that was released just a few weeks ago.

You’ll also have the only Nexus device able to take advantage of true 4G speeds and you’ll be getting it at a seriously discounted price.  Also, in case you missed it, Google introduced its new mobile payment services earlier today which means you’ll finally be able to take advantage of the Nexus S 4G’s NFC chip starting this summer.

You can find Amazon’s deal for the Nexus S 4G if you head here.

  

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    • Jonathan Ditmer says

      its a no brainer Joe!  At&t is the WORST service out there.  check consumer reports if u dont believe me…
      ive been w sprint for the past 13 years (with multiple other lines from other carriers open simultaneously) verizon being the only equal in call quality, who you can roam on their network for free!)

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