Nexus S is here and it has some great features that all smartphone should have.
It is official, the Samsung Google Nexus S has finally made its on-line debut. You have pics to look at specs to admire and the only thing that is left is to hear that it is finally available. As you already know it is the first handset to feature Gingerbread (Android 2.3) and much more such as a 4 Inch display WVGA (480×800) you can use until you can’t feel your fingers. With Gingerbread you will be able to use things like multi-tasking and Wi-Fi hotspot and it also adds a refreshed user interface, an improved keyboard, near field communication (NFC) support, and more.
The Nexus S also has 75% less glare than on other smartphone displays, Lighter and thinner profile, and has two cameras. The rear facing camera is a 5MP (2560×1920) camera and the front facing one is a VGA (640×480). When you get your Samsung Google Nexus S you are going to see that it is going to comes with a few Apps already installed. Apps such as Google Search, Google Maps with Navigation (Beta), Mobile Instant, Voice Actions, Gmail, Google Earth and more.
It also features a great feature called Voice Actions where you can tell your Nexus S what to do without typing anything at all. You can send text messages and dictate your message and Voice Actions will turn it into text and then sent it. You are able to get turn by turn directions, and even have your Nexus S call any known business and it doesn’t have to be in your contact list in order to be able to call.
When it comes to connectivity you get the following: Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900, Tri-band HSPA: 900, 2100, 1700, HSPA type: HSDPA (7.2Mbps) HSUPA (5.76Mbps), Wi-Fi 802.11 n/b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Near Field Communication (NFC), Assisted GPS (A-GPS) and microUSB 2.0. Other specs include a 1GHz Cortex A8 (Hummingbird) processor, 16GB iNAND flash memory, 720 x 480 video resolution, H.264, H.263 MPEG4 video recording, Auto focus, Flash, 3.5mm, 4-conductor headset jack, (stereo audio plus microphone), Earpiece and microphone, and Software noise-cancellation.
The Nexus S’ display features contour Display with curved glass screen, super AMOLED, 235 ppi, capacitive touch sensor and anti-fingerprint display coating . With the 1500 mAH Lithum Ion it has installed you are able to talk for 6.7 hours on 3G and 14 hours on 2G. Standby time includes 17.8 days on 3G and 29.7 days on 2G but the specs list keeps going with Haptic feedback vibration, Three-axis gyroscope, Accelerometer, Digital compass, Proximity sensor and Light sensor.
T-Mobile is going to be the lucky carrier and it is going to be available in the US on December 16th, and to UK on December 20th.If you happen to be in the US you will be able to purchase Nexus S for $529 as an unlocked phone without a contract but if you are willing to commit then it can be yours for $199 with a two-year service agreement and qualifying voice and data plan.