PhoneNews.com has learned that Clearwire will be releasing its own variant of the WiMax-enabled Samsung Galaxy S, following the leak of the Sprint Galaxy S PRO version this past week with a target launch slated for the end of the year.
This follows along with word that Sprint will offer both versions of the device (with and without hardware keyboard). The aforementioned devices will be identical to the European version in specification save for differences in radio support and hardware respectively.
In related news, Clearwire has also launched a new slate of modems for purchase or lease for use on Clear service, including the first modem with complete compatibility for Mac OS X in the Clear 4G+ Mobile USB modem, with compatibility for OS X 10.5 and 10.6 along with the Clear Spot 4G+ (dual-mode with 3G / 4G support) and Clear Spot 4G (4G only).
Pricing for the above is set at $224.99 (or $5.99 per month) for the 4G+ with availability in July. The 4G+ Mobile USB stick will retail for $114.99 or $5.99 per month.