The Nexus 5 has just been unveiled, featuring bigger screen and battery, faster processor, latest iteration of Android, 4.4 KitKat, and all of geek-goodness.
You probably already know that the device will set you back $349 for the 16gigs model and $399 for the 32GB one, so in addition to that, Google confirmed that the device will be headed to Sprint, and it will retail for $149.99 under the typical two year contract. In fact, the carrier decided to make use of the LTE compatibility of the device and make it the first handset compatible with its new LTE Spark program. Thus, the device will be capable of accessing Sprint’s tri-band 4G LTE network, which promises peak wireless data speeds hitting 50 to 60 Mbps.
For people who opt for the device, Sprint offers Unlimited Data Guarantee for Life, which includes unlimited talk, text and data till your contract ends.
On the other hand, T-Mobile has also plans to sell the Nexus 5, “in the coming weeks” but no pricing has yet be announced.
Feel free to let us know if you are planning to pick one up in the comment section below. Also, if you are an AT&T or Verizon customer, are you considering switching to Sprint for this deal?