Sprint’s model for the Samsung Nexus S 4G also goes by the model number SPH-D720, where it has finally made an appearance over at the FCC before it gets approved to hit the market. The device is known to support CDMA/EvDO 850 and 1900 bands, while playing nice with WiMAX 4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity as well. In addition to supporting WiMAX and CDMA/EvDO, the Nexus S 4G will also be similar to the original Nexus S physically which hit the market officially last December on T-Mobile, sporting a 4″ display, a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor, front and rear cameras as well as 16GB of internal memory. Sprint intends to roll out the Nexus S 4G later this spring, although it is still hard to place a definite date as at press time. As with most of the other high end Android-powered smartphones, this model will cost you $199.99 after you tie yourself down to a 2-year contract. Anyone more than ready to fork out money for this puppy, or are you waiting for the fabled iPhone 5?