Sprint customers are finally getting to choose between Android and iOS flagship phones when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus arrives at the carrier's lineup.
For years, Sprint subscribers couldn't even get the iPhone, and now they are getting the Galaxy Nexus, a high-end device that will have many wondering which one to get. That's no knock on the Samsung Galaxy S2 or the EVO lineup, but they all came out before the iPhone 4S hit Sprint. Now people who couldn't upgrade when the iPhone came aboard can get it, and they even have the choice of some pure Google.
With a rumored release date of April 15, the only thing we don't know about the Nexus is the price. It's $300 on Verizon, so that price would be logical, but no other phone costs that much on Sprint (except the 32 and 64 gigabyte iPhone 4S, of course). With Sprint getting the Galaxy Nexus, iPhone and rumored HTC One X all within less than a year, now the only question is how long will it be before the unlimited data plans disappear. Now's your chance to get grandfathered in with an iPhone or Galaxy Nexus.
Start the slideshow to see how the phones measure up. Let us know in the comments if you're stoked about Sprint's new lineup or if it's too little too late for the nation's third-largest carrier.