The Nexus S (Check Nexus S homepage , twitter) is co-developed with Samsung to deliver most ‘pure Google experience‘. It should be remembered that Google Nexus S is the successor of Nexus One (HTC Passion) which was released on Jan 5 earlier this year.
The Nexus S is coming with most advanced hardware, sporting a 4-inch Super AMOLED display (235 ppi, Capacitive touch sensor and Anti-fingerprint display coating).
The display is also curved (what Google and Samsung is calling a “Contour Display) to fit comfortably next to your face. The Nexus S is powered by a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor (Hummingbird) and comes with 16GB of on-board flash memory. It has a 5-megapixel auto focus camera with flash as well as a front-facing VGA camera for video calls.
Other fine adjustments of Nexus S are HSDPA upto 7.2Mbps, HSUPA upto 5.76Mbps, Wifi, WiFi hotspot upto 6 devices, Bluetooh 2.1+ EDR, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack and microUSB along with complete and latest Android support. Interestingly Nexus S will support NFC (near field communication).
From December 16, unlocked and carrier-independent Nexus S will be available in Best Buy stores in the U.S. and after December 20 at Carphone Warehouse stores in the UK. Best Buy announced Nexus S will be priced $529 without contract and $199 on 2 year contract with T-Mobile.
Announcing Gingerbread and Nexus S Google Blog says:
Nexus S is the lead device for the Gingerbread/Android 2.3 release; it’s the first Android device to ship with the new version of the Android platform. We co-developed this product with Samsung—ensuring tight integration of hardware and software to highlight the latest advancements of the Android platform. As part of the Nexus brand, Nexus S delivers what we call a “pure Google” experience: unlocked, unfiltered access to the best Google mobile services and the latest and greatest Android releases and updates.
Here’s a glimpse of the “magic” of Google on Nexus S: