nexus s info


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  1. McLeod

    McLeod Member This Topic's Starter

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    So right now I have an Evo. I really love the phone, but even though I live in one of the best areas for sprints 4g, I still think it kinda sucks. I think I am going to return the phone to take advantage of the 30 day grace period.

    My friend has tmobile and they accually have really good service and coverage around here. I am interested in picking up a mytough 4g or a g2 just to hold me over till the nexus s comes out then I will switch.

    My question is... will the nexus just be a set price since it is a developer phone? Somewhere in the $500 dollar range? If it is gonna be cheaper if I sign a contract I may just wait instead of getting a g2 first.

    What do you guys think?
     

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  2. alextop30

    alextop30 Well-Known Member

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    At this point placing any price on the nexus s would be complete speculation. When it is announced and comes out in the market it will be the best time to know.To say the least I have not seen a cheap out of contract phone at release. If you really want the nexus s at the release day or in close proximity to that date you should wait and resign 2 year contract when it comes out.
     
  3. McLeod

    McLeod Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ah okay, thanks for the reply. I just didn't know how the nexus one worked. I know that google sold it? I figured they might do the same thing and it wouldn't matter if I just got a g2 now, or waited... cause it would be the same price.
     
  4. clutchy

    clutchy Well-Known Member

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    ^ N1 was available on and off contract for t-mobile. It was like $529 off and $179 on. If you re-up your contract you will not be able to buy this phone on contract... that's assuming this will even be offered with a contract, which it may or may not.
     
  5. happy0506

    happy0506 Well-Known Member

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    if you take any stock in rumors, there was a rumor / "leak" that the nexus s was going to be sold by best buy, unlike the n1 which you could only get via google's website. either way, they will probably have with contract price (cheaper ~$200-250) and off contract price (expensive $500+).
     

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