Well, we know why the Nexus One got dropped like a hot potato. With the announcement of yet another Android phone (Samsung Epic) that runs on the 4G and has the $10 up-charge, it is clear that Sprint has decided the way to squeeze more dollars out of us is with the premium charge for 4G. I highly doubt Sprint will ever release another 3G Android phone. Ugh. I'm frustrated. The CEO freaking said no up-charge for 4G! I'm keeping my Moment for a decade now, just to stick it to them with the lower priced plan.