Google Nexus S May Be Coming To Canada April 14

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According to sources within the Canadian wireless industry, Google’s Nexus S should be about to make its debut on the country’s networks, launching on April 14.

MobileSyrup reports that it’s received confirmation from sources within several carriers that all are planning on an April 14 arrival for the Nexus S. Prices aren’t yet available, but you shouldn’t expect much of a difference form the US structure, except with the inclusion of three-year service agreements.

The interesting bit about this launch is that it would mark the availability of a Nexus S with 3G support for AT&T’s bands in the States. While the T-Mobile acquisition is far from a done deal, if you’re already worrying about the longevity of phones with only T-Mobile 3G, you might want to consider picking up one of these Canadian Nexus S models and just going straight to AT&T in the first place.

Now if we could just get the 850, 1700, 1900, and 2100MHz bands all on one Nexus S, that’d be the tops. Since that’s not likely to ever happen, at least you’ll have the option of a couple GSM models to choose between, if these April 14 rumors pan out. If CDMA is more your bag, the Nexus S 4G on Sprint is still on-target for a release this spring.

Source: MobileSyrup

Via: Phone Arena

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