Sunday, April 03, 2011

Samsung Nexus S Android 2.3 to Launch in India on April 8

Samsung Nexus S is set to launch in India very soon. Samsung Nexus S runs on the latest version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Samsung Nexus S is powered by a 1 GHz ARM cortex processor, 4 inch curved high-end AMOLED 400 x 800 resolution screen, voice activation and “near field communication” that could eventually replace a credit card.

Samsung Nexus S also features a 5 megapixel autofocus camera sadly features an LED and a VGA front facing camera. Other specification of Nexus S are supported dedicated graphics processor and a Gyro sensor which is twice the more accurate than the normal accelerometer.The Nexus S also has Wifi, GPS, bluetooth, gyroscope, accelerometer, compass, proximity sensor, haptic feedback and a light sensor. It comes with 16 GB of internal flash memory; there is no expansion slot. Nexus S has a 1500 mAh Lithium Ion battery with up to 400 minutes of talk time on 3G, 841 minutes on 2G, and standby time of 428/714 hours on 3G/2G. It also features revolutionary voice features for exp if you need to set alarm, simply say “Set the alarm for 10.30”. Though the features may differ in Indian version as well.

It is the first device to use the latest version of Google’s Android mobile phone operating system, called Gingerbread, which also includes support for internet phone calls and significantly improved battery life. You can also used Nexus S as a remote control for YouTube and other websites supported by Google, as well as the company’s own Google TV platform, which is currently available in America. The Nexus S is second phone by Google's own-brand phone. 1st was the Nexus One which was did not sell well because it was only available online for sell.

This phone was initially launched by Google in December last year and manufactured by Samsung. Samsung will launch Nexus S on 8th April in Indian market and it'll first it'll available for online order at Infibeam at price Rs 27,000.

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