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It's not exactly a huge surprise, but it's always nice to get a confirmation from the horse's mouth itself - the Nexus S 4G is pretty much a sure deal, now that Sprint's own search results reveal the following:

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Don't bother clicking on the link anymore though because Sprint very promptly cleaned up and removed the Nexus S 4G mention - the result was there a few minutes ago, but now the search returns nothing. Since both Engadget and I saw them with our own eyes, we are willing to bet that the WiMax-enabled pure Android powerhouse is going to make an appearance in just a bit over 24 hours at CTIA in Orlando.

Don't worry, we'll keep our eyes, ears, and cameras peeled for you - Aaron, David, and myself are set to arrive in the sizzling Florida location in about 12 hours. Expect hands-on videos and live coverage from the eye of the tech volcano and, specifically, the 4-hour Sprint event, which starts at 9:30 a.m. PT on Tuesday.

Source: Engadget

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  • The Kin Man

    I'd prefer an LTE version (rather than WiMax).

    LTE is rapidly becoming the world standard, like GSM did before it.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      While I would prefer it as well, since Sprint doesn't have an LTE network, it's pointless to expect a phone for it. WiMax is what it'll be for a while, at least a few years.

  • Stunt Dr1ver

    Yeah.... when you go to sprint.com it's on a main page... no need for a search.

  • Stunt Dr1ver

    Here's the page with all of the info on the phone:

    http://now.sprint.com/nexus/?INTCID=AB:UEU:HERO:032111:NexusPreLaunch:960x320

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