Video: Introducing Nexus S


Nexus S. Gingerbread. Those are the words of the day today, as Google unleashes a host of major announcements in a coordinated holiday attack.

The Nexus S was developed in cooperation by Google and Samsung to deliver the best Android experience out there, and includes trendsetting features such as near field communications and curved glass. Other specs, like the 1GHz Hummingbird processor are not so forward-thinking, but that Cortex A8 will get the job done for some time. See a full list of specs below the video, both of which come from Google’s Nexus S product page.

What say you, DroidDog reader? Are you happy with the bullet points? Will you be rushing over to T-Mobile to grab one of these puppies as soon as they’re available, or are you waiting for a dual-core monster?


Connectivity

Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900
Tri-band HSPA: 900, 2100, 1700
HSPA type: HSDPA (7.2Mbps) HSUPA (5.76Mbps)
Wi-Fi 802.11 n/b/g
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
Near Field Communication (NFC)
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
microUSB 2.0

Display

4.0″ WVGA (480×800)
Contour Display with curved glass screen
Super AMOLED
235 ppi
Capacitive touch sensor
Anti-fingerprint display coating

Size and weight

63mm x 123.9mm x 10.88mm
129g

Hardware

Haptic feedback vibration
Three-axis gyroscope
Accelerometer
Digital compass
Proximity sensor
Light sensor

Processor and memory

1GHz Cortex A8 (Hummingbird) processor
16GB iNAND flash memory

Cameras and multimedia

Back-facing: 5 megapixels (2560×1920)
720 x 480 video resolution
H.264, H.263 MPEG4 video recording
Auto focus
Flash
Front-facing: VGA (640×480)
3.5mm, 4-conductor headset jack
(stereo audio plus microphone)
Earpiece and microphone
Software noise-cancellation

Battery

Talk time up to 6.7 hours on 3G
(14 hours on 2G)
Standby time up to 17.8 days on 3G
(29.7 days on 2G)
1500 mAH Lithum Ion

Software

Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Android Market
Calendar
Gmail
Google Earth
Google Maps with Navigation
Google Search
Google Talk
Google Voice
Voice Actions
YouTube

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