Friday, December 17, 2010

The Google’s ‘Nexus S’ Debuts, but Will Past Missteps be Replicated?

Certainly, Google makes some stunning Google android phones and thus expectations are high as the web giant releases their second version of these branded smartphone, the ‘Nexus S.’ Officially occurring sale Thursday in Best Buys nation-wide, the corporation hopes avoiding the fate of the last device, the greatly sexy ‘Nexus One’ that wowed Android fans using its design and specs, but didn't sell in sufficient volumes.

The newest Nexus S certainly looks amazing. Running Android 2.3 (a.k.a. Gingerbread) can make this the first smartphone to run the Android OS’s newest iteration. Furthermore,  the device sports a 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor, 16GB of flash memory, front- and rear-facing cameras in addition to a contoured and curved 4-inch Super AMOLED screen.

Nexus S is usually the first device to support Near Field Communication (NFC), that will allow apps to communicate along with other NFC devices in close proximity. Many mobile analysts expect pay-by-phone apps o get built for this technology, that could allow consumers to pay for physical goods through touching their phone to a compatible payment device in shops.

Unlike the prior Nexus, the newest model will likely be carried in Best Buy stores and also Best Buy Mobile shop. Google certainly learned their lesson on the last time around, as most smartphone consumers need to feel and touch different models to ascertain what works well with them.

The Google nexus one never appeared in shops, instead counting on online sales via a special Google site or via T-Mobile, Google’s carrier of preference. Speaking of T-Mobile, the new model isn't available via AT&T or Verizon, quite a disappointment but is not entirely unexpected.

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