By Chuong Nguyen | February 2, 2010 12:06 AM
It looks like the Google Nexus One may soon be one of those ubiquitous devices–like the Windows Mobile HTC Touch Pro2–with cross-carrier availability on all four of the nation’s largest wireless carriers. Google had announced that when the first iteration that launched on T-Mobile USA’s AWS 3G wireless network, that there would be a CDMA/EVDO version for Verizon Wireless shortly to come. It seems, that AT&T may want to join the party, as a Nexus One version that is compatible with Ma Bell’s 3G network has been spotted at the FCC. Finally, there’s Sprint, the nation’s third largest carrier, which operates on a similar CDMA/EVDO network like Verizon Wireless. A recent customer inquiry to Sprint about the Nexus One reveals the following:
Thank you for contacting Sprint regarding the nexus one.
Unfortunately, this handset model is not on offer as of now.
Once it is launched, you will see promotional campaigns related to the
launch date, cost and the features of the handset on our Web site and
other promotional media.
Thank you for showing interest in our products & services. Please let us
know if you would like us to assist you with anything else.
Whatever Sprint means “as of now” is uncertain, but optimistic editors at Gizmodo seem to interpret that as there may be Android life from Google on Sprint’s network in the future.