Google Nexus S Review by Techcrunch

Google Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung with the new Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” Operating System is almost ready to roll out in the mobile market. This year 2010 is said to be operating system year due to lots of os development and release like never before. Nexus S was designed with direct input from Google Android Team. Like its predecessor Nexus One, it has a clean installation of Android.

Nexus S Review

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Unlike the Nexus One, this Nexus S was not built from scratch. The starting was from Samsung Galaxy S , released earlier this year and google have decided to not sell this phone directly to consumers. The Development team has made it clear that the experiement is over and this phone will hit stores initially at Best Buy in the U.S (on T-Mobile) and Carphone Warehouse in the U.K.

Nexus S release date also scheduled as December 16, 2010. Pre-Orders might be taken little earlier than the actual nexus s release in United States and United Kingdom.

It is significantly faster than the Nexus One, also has a high end AMOLED 400 x 800 Resolution screen that is second only to the iPhone 4 and is NFC-Enabled. All your google apps are just a touch away . Like Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Documents and so on.

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Nexus S Hardware Specification

Google Nexus S hardware specification is as follows,

Processor: 1 GHz Hummingbird Processor

Screen: 400 x 800 Touchscreen (AMOLED)

Battery: 6+ Hours Heavy voice / data usage

Talktime:

400 mins on 3G

841 mins on 2G

Standby Time: 428 / 714 hours

Camera:

Rear Camera: 5 Megapixel (with Flash)

Front Camera: VGA (best Resolution for Video Calling)

Memory:

Internal: 16 GB

External: no expansion slot

Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS

Read more from the official source below.

via [Techcrunch]

About the author:Robin C

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17 Comments

    1. This has great features that android users been waiting for. I agree this can be a great alternative for iPhone and the Price really matters to confirm this statement.

      _Robin

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