Friday, December 17, 2010

Google Nexus S to Release Thursday with Google android 2.3 Gingerbread

Google Android and smart phone fans should be to the ready on Thursday. The reason? Because Google is planning to launch it's next smartphone, the Nexus S the successor to the not popular Nexus one. The Google android based device might be available from Best Buy beginning when the shop opens it's doors at 8 a.m.

The real difference between this Nexus cracking open sale and the nexus One opening sale is the Nexus S isn't available for pre-order. Best buy will offer the smartphone to consumers for a first come basis, so if Google fans want one before they go out, then they much better get to their nearest Best Buy as soon as they get up. The smartphone may also be available at the Best Buy Mobile phone stores as well.

Nexus S FAQs

The Nexus S smartphone will probably be offered on the T-Mobile contract or being an unlocked version priced at $199 and $529 respectively. While using Nexus S Tech Specifications page, the smartphone includes Android 2.3, Gingerbread installed, which is the latest stable version of the os. The Nexus S may also be compatible with quad-band GSM (3G) and tri-band HSDPA , that is crucial information for those who want to buy the unlocked version. This means that the unlocked version even be suitable for AT&T's wireless network and another which uses GSM and HSDPA. The nexus s will likely offer Wi-Fi 802.11 n/b/g and Bluetooth 2.1 capabilities.

The style itself is somewhat similar to what the Nexus one was, even though this Nexus is manufactured by Samsung, not HTC. Because it's manufactured by Samsung, the nexus S offers a 4-inch Super AMOLED display using a resolution of 480 by 800 pixels and 235 pixels per inch. The capacitive touch screen is made from curved glass that Samsung designed so the Nexus S fits in the user's hand more perfectly. The glass can be coated with the anti-fingerprint layer.

Google Nexus One is "Failure"

An original Google android nexus one smartphone was pulled on the market after sales were regarded "lacking." On Thursday, Google announced on its official weblog that it would receive the last shipment of Google nexus one smartphones and that it'd no longer function its online web store. The actual fact of the matter was that while Google first offered the google nexus one, it predicted which it would sell a lot more smartphones in the first month than it did and at 80,000 sold, it was there are not enough to justify continuing offering of the device. Next month, it sold lower than that for a total of only 135,000 sold in 74 days.

Though Google launches are usually a "godsend' for Google supporters, if history is repeated, and then the Google Nexus S is doomed for failure as quick as the Nexus One did. However, if Google does in fact make the much desired improvements on the hardware and marketed the device correctly now, it many perfectly are the next iPhone killer.

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