Google announced they’ll soon be releasing Nexus S, the successor of their disappointing Nexus One. The phone will be available on December 16th, 2010.
Instead of working with HTC, this time Google worked with Samsung, creators of the highly successful Galaxy S.
Nexus S comes with a 4-inch AMOLED screen, a 5 MP digital camera with and LED flash, another camera on the front of video calls and a weird, curved screen.
Internally it’s powered by a 1Ghz ARM Cortex A8 Hummingbird processor and has an 16 GB memory. There seems to be a weird omission of an SD Card slot though. We’ll see what’s what when the device is released.
On the plus side, Nexus S is a quad-band GSM device with full 4G support. Besides the obligatory mini USB 2.0 port it also supports the awesome, futuristic NFC technology.
Nexus S will be running the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. Rumor has it that it will also be compatible with Android 3.0.