Here comes the Nexus S, the next generation of Nexus devices, co-developed by Google and Samsung. The Nexus S is the successor to the original “Nexus One,” the ground-breaking smartphone which featured a clean installation of the Android operating system.
The Nexus S runs on the latest version of Gingerbread i.e. Android 2.3. It has a 512MB RAM and 16GB internal memory. The phone also sports tri-band HSPA along NFC and the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS with A-GPS, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It has a 5MP camera with a LED flash at the back and front-facing: VGA (640×480) camera.
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From December 16, Nexus S will be sold unlocked and carrier-independent initially through Best Buy stores in the U.S. and after December 20 at Carphone Warehouse stores in the UK.
Best Buy would offer the Google/Samsung Nexus S unlocked for $529 in the USA or for $199 with a T-Mobile contract. In Britain, the price of the phone is 549.95 pounds ($862) unlocked and free with a contract of 35 pounds per month for a term and with an operator yet to be announced.