Some good news for Google’s flagship Android device, the Nexus One. On Monday it was announced that AT&T and Rogers 3G bands are officially supported, and now just days later Sprint has decided to join the party and announced that it will soon have the Nexus One. The phone will still be sold exclusively by Google on their phone site, but have the option to buy the unlocked device that supports Sprint’s network.
Verizon has currently been waiting in the wings to get the Nexus One up and running on their network. There is no official announcement from either of those 2 carriers if they will offer a subsidized model. But so far it looks as if T-Mobile will be the only carrier with that option. This can only mean improved sales for Google, now that basically everyone in the US and parts of Canada will be able to get their hands on the Google branded device. There is no release date yet, but I assume that both Verizon and Sprint will be getting it at about the same time.