Nexus S: The Best Android Phone

by Stephen on December 14, 2010

The first phone to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread which unlike their predecessor who only runs on Android 2.2, Google proudly claims Nexus S as the best Android Phone. “Pure Google” That’s the tagline Google is using to promote the Nexus S. The Nexus S’s distribution strategy is more conventional. It’ll be sold at Best Buy for $199 with a two-year T-Mobile contract or $599 with no commitment. The 4-inches screen size is just right which makes it noticeably roomy. The screen uses AMOLED technology, which makes for vivid colors and deep blacks. Another Nexus S feature, its support for a technology known as near-field communications (NFC), it lets the phone communicate wirelessly with other NFC-equipped objects that are no more than 4 inches away. Setting up the phone doesn’t involve much more than entering your Google account name and password, Android then automatically configures services such as Gmail and Google Calendar. [Time]

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