Samsung Nexus S 4G hits the FCC
What appears to be the Sprint Samsung Nexus S 4G (see our hands-on) has shown up on the FCC page, bringing things that much closer to a release. It’s a Samsung device, with CDMA and WiMax radios, and going by the device outline we’re pretty sure that the SPH-D720 will turn out to be Sprint’s version of the latest Googlephone. This news should make a lot of people on the “Now Network” awful darn happy, and the rest of us a little bit envious of a sweet vanilla Nexus that can get 4G speeds.
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Posted on April 11, 2011, in Gadgets, Information, Mobile Phones/Tablets, News and tagged android, FCC, iPodRohan, nexus s 4g, rohan sood, samsung, samsung nexus s 4g, smartphone, sprint, wimax. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.