The Google Nexus One, as expected, is getting some CDMA love, at this time via Sprint Wireless. The device offers the same specs hardware wise users have come to know, while implementing Sprint 3G capabilities.
Verizon Wireless and Vodafone are also expected to gain support soon with “Spring 2010” being listed on the phones official customer page.
The Sprint version will feature the SnapDragon 1GHz processor, Google Android 2.1 OS, a 3.7 inch AMOLED display, Wi-Fi and other features found on the original T-Mobile friendly version.
Customers can buy the device from the Google Nexus One web page, Sprint Wireless will not carry the device, giving their customers the same opportunity available to T-Mobile customers. At the time of this posting the Sprint version has not yet been posted to the website, we’ll just sit here twiddling our thumbs until it shows up. [SlashGear]