Design and Looks
Google Nexus S flaunts a 4” Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen, with a resolution of 400x800. The curved-glass screen of Nexus S Smartphone displays as many as 16 million vibrant colors. The phone is made of generic black colored curvaceous case, with a sleeker design as compared to its predecessor. Nexus S is very thin, with dimensions of 63mm x 123.9mm x 10.88mm. Weighing 129 g, it manages to be lightweight as compared to other phones in its class, even though its screen is big. The phone comes with touch-sensitive controls, with improved user interface. The on-screen QWERTY keypad of the mobile phone enables the user to enter the text significantly faster than previous Android phones, that too with fewer errors.
The latest Android 2.3 ‘Gingerbread’ Operating System is installed in Samsung Google Nexus S Smartphone. With the help of the efficient 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, the mobile phone enables you to handle multiple apps simultaneously. The life of its Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery is also good. The mobile phone flaunts a 5 MP camera that comes with auto focus and LED flash. Apart from the back-facing camera, the phone also offers you a front-facing VGA camera. Samsung Nexus S is equipped with Google’s latest Near Field Communication (NFC), which is considered the ‘Gen-X’ technology that is expected to make mobile phones become ‘e-wallets’.
Samsung Nexus S also comes equipped with Google’s noise cancellation software, which when combined with audio software, drastically reduces the background noise, so that you hear crystal clear voice of the person over the phone. The GPRS-enabled phone promises to offer you wonderful internet browsing experience. It also offers you Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The Android phone comes with a whopping 16 GB internal memory, with 512 MB RAM. However, it doesn’t have scope for expanding the memory, as it doesn’t provide you an additional memory card. Nonetheless, you can store practically unlimited entries in the phonebook, in its gigantic internal memory.