Stock Android interface.
Bright, colorful screen.
Free of bloatware.
Robust communications suite with 4G and NFC.
Google Voice integration.
Slow 4G speeds.
High price for older hardware
No microSD slot
Poor call quality and reception.
Specs are not cutting-edge.
No removable memory.
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2011
Fans of stock Android phones and owners of the original Nexus S looking for a speed boost will find the Nexus S 4G an intriguing choice. This "younger, faster brother of T-Mobile's Nexus S," as Joshua Munoz of AndroidCentral.com describes it, sports...-
By Skatter Tech on June 29, 2011
While Google touts the Samsung Nexus S 4G, this smart phone is hard to recommend with better options available. Although having the latest version of Android as it becomes available is a key feature, there are plenty of limitations for average...-
By PCPer on June 26, 2011
While the Nexus S 4G didn't benchmark quite exactly to our expectations, it is still the best Android experience I have had to date. Having used a lot of phones, I love the speed and fluidity that the stock Android 2.3 interface can provide. While...-
By GamerTell on June 13, 2011
Today I am going to take a closer look at the Nexus S 4G on Sprint and decide whether it is worth the price tag of $199 on a two year contract. The Nexus S 4G is identical to the Nexus S that can be found on T-Mobile with the exception that it...-
By Pocketnow on June 13, 2011
Since there isn't much difference between the CDMA and GSM version, it should be no surprise that we rate them very similarly. And while the Sprint Nexus S 4G is very sleek and sexy looking, one can't help but feel underwhelmed when comparing it...80
By Brighthand on June 08, 2011
If you're looking for an iPhone clone that runs Android, the Samsung Nexus S 4G is pretty much right for you. It may not be the most original design available, but it's fast, light, powerful, and meets the demands that most users would place on...90
By Pocketables on May 31, 2011
As I end my time with the Nexus S 4G, I've found that there are many small little problems that both Google and Samsung will need to fix quickly. The reception issue is much like Antennagate, and the screen responsiveness is just horrid. But, then...-
By Macworld on May 31, 2011
When reviewed the GSM Nexus S last winter, one of our biggest complaints about it was its lack of 4G connectivity. Thankfully, a CDMA version has arrived on Sprint with support for the carrier’s 4G WiMax network. With the exception of 4G as well...-
By PC Mag on May 24, 2011
Despite offering a pure Android experience, the Nexus S 4G for Sprint lacks state-of-the-art specs, and its reception problems are fatal. Buy it...60
By ConnectReviews on May 24, 2011
Place the new Samsung Nexus S 4G next to its predecessor, the Nexus One, and you won't be able to tell much of a difference. Therefore, immediately the Nexus S 4G is off to a good start. Taking a good design, and updating its feature set, Samsung...-