1. Samsung Nexus S (unlocked) by Cnet
The Samsung Nexus S has a sleek design with a brilliant display. It offers a number of usability improvements from the Gingerbread OS, and its straight Google experience will appeal to Android purists. It’s a good performer, too.
It was almost a year ago that Google unveiled the HTC Nexus One to great fanfare and high expectations. As the much-anticipated “Google phone,” the Nexus One took the OS in a new direction by offering a straight Android experience, a new version of Eclair (2.1), and a unique sales model that required customers to buy the phone from Google. Though it delivered on the first two promises, it was that sales model that ultimately sunk an otherwise satisfying device
2. Google Nexus S review by Expertreviews.co.uk
When Google said that there would be no Nexus Two handset to follow up the Nexus One, it was technically right, as the next smartphone from the search giant is this, the Nexus S. Just as the Nexus One was manufactured by HTC and was basically the same as the Desire, the Nexus S is manufactured by Samsung and is very similar to the excellent Galaxy S.
3. Samsung Nexus S from Google Review by G4tv.com
The Samsung Nexus S with Google sports a 4″ Super AMOLED curved display, runs on Android 2.3 and dual cameras for video conferencing. Chris Hardwick and Candace Bailey review the Nexus S smartphone that retails for $200 with a contract.
- Manufacturer: Samsung
- Part Number:NEXUSSULK
- Product Type Smartphone
- Service Provider Unlocked
- Width 2.48 in
- Depth 0.42 in
- Height 4.87 in
- Diagonal Size 4 in