The new Nexus S

| December 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

Google’s  new Nexus S  phone  looks like it will be one of the best on the market.

It will ship running android 2.3 software and will be the first to do so. It features a better on-screen keyboard, better copy and pasting, Internet calling over your wifi or data plan, and also supporting its portable hot-spot capability. It has a 1GHz Humming bird processor (less lag time) and weighs in at 129g. This Phone will have a 5mp camera with a flash and a front facing VGA camera to take pictures of yourself. It’s loaded with an accelerometer, gyroscope, and light and proximity sensors. You will still be able to access the app store and all the other stuff you could on android phones that run 2.2 . It also has a special graphics unit so the screen resolution will be in HD. Another really cool thing it has is an NFC chip. What does this mean and what is it, most of you are asking. This allows you to use your phone as a wallet and literally swipe it over a NFC chip so you can pay for a via bus ticket or a nice dinner at a fancy restaurant with your phone. It has a nice slightly curved 4” screen coated in scratch proof gorilla-glass. This is loaded with all the original google apps like Gmail,YouTube, Google Earth, Google Maps with Navigation, Google Search, Google Talk, Google Voice, and all the other apps available on the android market.
You can buy it from best buy unlocked for $539 or from t-mobile for $199.
In the end what you get is a super fast, really cool, and lightweight phone.
this is a phone that sounds like it will hit the ground running and i think it will sell even better than the nexus one. It will also brig the latest and greatest technology to the phone.

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  1. joerobert says:

    nice mikyle

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