AT&T in line to add the Google Nexus S to its Android offerings?
The big question is whether or not we will see a carrier subsidy on AT&T's version of the Nexus S. As you might remember, the Nexus One was sold unlocked with AT&T's frequencies on board. Will history repeat itself for the latest "Nexus" model or does the placeholder page indicate more "hands-on" involvement from AT&T and a carrier subsidy? A press release from the mobile operator would surely end the suspense.
3. Johnabis (Posts: 57; Member since: 17 Feb 2011)
Isn't this phone kind of outdated? I mean its not dual core or anything, seems like the Motorola Atrix, Droid bionic, HTC Evo 3d ect.. would be a better choice..
4. .org (unregistered)
I agree with Johnabis....
I didn't have a good experience with Samsung Captivate i897....too many bugs...plus Nexus S had plenty of bugs on T-Mobile...I think ill stay away from this one.
5. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6979; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
DAMN IT. If i knew this was coming I wouldn't got my ATRIX. JUST GOT SCREWED AGAIN!
6. Johnabis (Posts: 57; Member since: 17 Feb 2011)
Dude the Atrix is a way better phone then the Nexus S anyway..
7. Andrea Cristiano (unregistered)
Dude the atrix is a piece of crap why not go look in the android forums and see how laggy, slow, and buggy it is. with its wifi issues and screen problems the phone is an over rated over hyped piece of **. The Nexus S on the other hand will have the best software before any of the others and solid software out does gimmicky hardware any day