Google and Samsung are all set to launch the successor of Nexus one, the Nexus S in the US. Nexus S is the next Google branded smartphone which is manufactured by Samsung and will be available both unlocked and with a contract with T mobile in the US starting Dec 16, 2010.
No word on pricing yet. UPDATE: The Nexus S will go for $199 with a contract and $529 for the unlocked version at Best Buy.
The nexus S is very similar to the bestselling Samsung Galaxy S and offers butt loads of improvements over the nexus one. In addition to being much more sleek and thinner, it boasts of the following features:
Surprisingly, there is no SD card slot in the phone which means you cannot expand the memory beyond 16GB.
Google and Samsung handed out a few review pieces to some popular tech sites and their initial reviews are out. Check out Techcrunch’s detailed review.
Here are some videos and pics:
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