Google released its 2 major products on 6th december : Google Nexus S and Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Google Nexus S is google’s next smartphone after its not so famous Nexus 1. You may be wondering why google didn’t named it as Nexus 2 but Nexus S; the answer is simple – Nexus S is developed by Samsung and Samsung wants it to be named after its galaxy S series, that’s why the word ‘S’. Nexus 1 was developed by HTC. Ok now, lets have a look at what google Nexus S has to offer :
> It is sleeker and faster than Nexus 1.
> It has a Amoled 400 x 800 resolution screen that is second only to the iPhone 4,
and it is NFC-enabled. It is simple to set up,
> It is just 4.55 ounces. The phone ’s dimensions are
63mm x 123.9mm x
10.88mm (slightly thicker,
taller and wider than the
iPhone 4, and with a larger
> The Nexus S uses the 1 GHz
which absolutely zooms and
also seems to handle
running multiple apps and
background processes nicely.
> The 4 inch Super AMOLED
480×800 touchscreen has very deep blacks and viewing angles.
> It has a removable
1500 mAh Lithium Ion
battery. It gives up to 400 minutes
of talk time on 3G, 841
minutes on 2G, and standby
time of 428/714 hours on
> The phone has a rear
facing 5 megapixel camera,
with a flash, as well as a front facing VGA camera.
> The phone
also has a gyroscope,
proximity sensor, haptic
feedback and a light sensor.
> It comes with 16 GB of internal flash memory & there
is no expansion slot.
Noise cancellation software is there.
Google Nexus S has the latest android 2.3 Gingerbread which is not made available for other devices this time. Google Nexus S will be officially avaibale from 16 Dec.
Hope you liked the review.
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