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The Google Nexus S 4G for Sprint is the combined efforts of Google and Samsung, upgraded from the previous Nexus S.

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Pros

Not overly bulky- form fitting is perfect and it fits easily in your pocket

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Excellent screen quality- all media applications look great

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Gingerbread OS is much faster when compared to previous generation Android OS's

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Great integration with Google Voice- visual voice mail allows you to read messages on your phone

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Sleek and contemporary design with a large enough 4" screen

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WiFi support- tethering is incredibly simple

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Front Facing Camera works well for face-time calls

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Cons

4G connection is not the most reliable

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Does not have an additional memory card slot

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The Google Nexus S 4G for Sprint is the combined efforts of Google and Samsung, upgraded from the previous Nexus S to operate on the much faster Sprint 4G WiMax network via CDMA technology (the original utilized GSM). While otherwise almost identical to the earlier version, the 4G capable Nexus also comes equipped with Google Voice integration, allowing users to make their existing cell number their Google Voice number without paying the regular porting fee associated with the switch. A slightly updated version of Android 2.3 features a more polished interface, an improved software keyboard, NFC support, and multiple camera support in the camera UI. Without a microSD slot the Nexus S 4G is limited to its 16GB internal memory, and the camera is the same 5 megapixel offering and features as the GSM model. Pricing assumes a 2 year service plan with Sprint.

 

Features
  • 4 inch AMOLED display
  • 1 GHz processor
  • Built-in NFC chip
  • Glossy finish
  • Contour display
  • Free of carrier-added apps and bloatware
  • Front-facing VGA camera for video calls and self-portraits
  • 720x480 pixel video at 30 fps
  • Built-in gyroscope
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Junie Valdes Garcia
12/18/2012 05:26

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