Nexus One, the first wireless phone sold through Google?s web store, is planned for Sprint?s 3G Mobile Broadband Network.
Sprint said that it would announce pricing and an exact availability date in the following days.
Sprint?s 3G network offers twice the coverage of AT&T and 10 times the coverage of T-Mobile, according to Sprint.
Nexus One will not be available in any Sprint retail channels. It will be available directly from Google at google.com/phone.
"While a pricing plan has not yet been determined for Nexus One, we are confident that it will be consistent with Sprint?s commitment to deliver more value than our competitors and keep pricing simple," said Fared Adib, Sprint vice president of product development. "Right now, our Sprint Everything Data 450 plan with Any Mobile, Anytime(SM) gives customers unlimited calling with any mobile phone in America, unlimited text and unlimited Web for just $69.99 per month ? the same price AT&T and Verizon charge for just unlimited talk. Our Everything Data plans include unlimited GPS Navigation at no extra charge and annual phone upgrades with Sprint Premier."
Nexus One runs on Android 2.1, a version of the platform's Eclair software, which offers applications and features including, Google Maps Navigation, multiple Gmail accounts, universal inbox, Exchange support, Phone book: aggregate contacts from multiple sources, including Facebook and access to the Android market.
The Nexus One includes a 3.7" AMOLED 480x800 WVGA display, it is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 3G QSD8250 chipset, it has a 5 megapixel auto focus camera with flash and geo tagging and 512MB Flash and 512MB RAM memeory onboard. The phone is 11.5mm thin and its weight is 130g.