Jan 17

Nexus S is the first phone equipped with Gingerbread, the fastest version of Android yet.
Gingerbread is the most popular Android features such as multitasking and using the device as a Wi-Fi hotspot, plus an updated user interface, improved keyboard, NFC (Near Field Communication) and more.

Gingerbread Nexus S allows you to use the Internet to make calls with a SIP account. Also, you can call other SIP accounts and phone numbers through VoIP. Copy and paste the text in Gingerbread is simpler than ever. Use the new selection tool to copy and paste text when you enter text or display a web page. Elegant black notification bar is easier to read and improved on-screen keyboard that accepts multi-touch, lets you enter text faster and more accurately.

Nexus S can function as Wi-Fi hotspot for up to six portable devices such as laptops or tablets. Once connected, they will have Internet access. Because Hummingbird 1 GHz processor or internal memory and 16 GB, Nexus S is one of the fastest phones on the market.
The menus open faster, tabs are faster feedback and web pages load faster, almost no lag. Easily switch between applications because real multitasking ability Android system.
Nexus S has its own graphics processor (GPU). Playing mobile games, web browsing and watching videos are fast, fluid and seamless. It’s like you have a gaming console and multimedia fit in a pocket.

Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung, is the first smartphone device equipped with a Contour Display screen. Curved glass screen adapts perfectly contour curvature palm and cheek.
A brighter display with higher contrast colors play incredibly vivid. The text is clear, regardless of its size and brightness is 1.5 times higher than conventional LCD screens.

When you use the Nexus S outside, you will notice that the screen brightness is 75% lower than other smartphones screens. Also, videos, photos and games have a remarkable appearance, without being influenced by sunlight.
A stylish and thinner profile
Contour Display screen consists of a thin glass panel, which gives the phone Nexus S slender and balanced look unique. The effect is subtle, but remarkable.
NFC technology (Near Field Communication)
Nexus S can read information provided by labels “smart” or common objects, equipped with NFC chips. These can be any object, from stickers and shirts movie posters.

Explore the world of 3D mobile palm, using Google Maps 5.0 with navigation function (beta), Google sites and Google Latitude.
Enlarge, reduce, tilt and rotate the map with two fingers to explore cities in 3D. Target will use the compass, which automatically returns the map in the direction your heading. Maps still refer you use most frequently, even if you lose connection.
Use Google Places to find local points of interest such as restaurants or ATMs. Then use the Browse function to receive the free step by step voice directions through GPS and route recalculation offline.

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