Sprint has finally announced they’ll be getting the Nexus One from Google with availability, pricing and further details coming soon. This comes right after rival AT&T had a compatible Nexus One appear for sale on Google’s website. Oddly enough, this news could take a back seat to another Sprint Android Phone that is right around the corner.
Next week at CTIA, Sprint is expected to announce a handset many people have been waiting for – the HTC Supersonic. It isn’t just highly anticipated because of its traditionally enjoyed specs like 4.3-inch screen, Android 2.1 and the like, but this could very well be Sprint’s first 4G WiMax enabled phone.
This would give Sprint, a carrier that many suggest is struggling badly, 2 rock-solid Android offerings on the cutting edge of the platform. But as we all know, what is on the cutting edge today often becomes old in a few months. But if you ask me, Sprint customers should be happy to have both of these devices as options, and for those who like to keep their phone around for 2 years plus? The Nexus One and HTC Supersonic will be your best bets on Sprint in terms of “future proofing” your mobile experience.