Last night we saw a Motorola XOOM complete with Sprint branding leak out, and today the Sprint Android leaks continue. Earlier this month, we heard that Sprint is planning to unveil a WiMAX-enabled version of the Nexus S at its big CTIA blowout next week, and up above is allegedly the logo that they plan to use for that device. The image was sent over to Engadget by r0fl, the same person responsible for leaking the previously mentioned Sprint XOOM as well as a WiMAX MiFi and the EVO Shift 4G.
Sprint was originally supposed to launch the Nexus One last year, but ultimately canned it due to the then-impending launch of the HTC EVO 4G. Releasing a Nexus S 4G would certainly be a nice way to make up for that action, though, and the fact that it could sport 4G capabilities — especially when the original doesn't — makes the whole package even better. We'll be covering Sprint's CTIA event live, so stay tuned!
UPDATE: Sprint just posted a tweet hinting that they're planning an Android-heavy event at CTIA. This rumor's looking more legit by the day, it seems.