AT&T Lands Nexus S Seven Months After T-Mobile
Samsung today announced that Best Buy will offer a version of the Nexus S that is compatible with AT&T's network on July 24, with a pre-sale starting today. The Nexus S runs stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 5-megapixel camera with video capture, 3D gaming support, and support for NFC (near-field communications) for tap-and-go mobile payments. The Nexus S costs $99.99 at Best Buy stores with a new agreement. It does not appear that AT&T itself will sell the Nexus S, giving Best Buy an exclusive. The FCC first approved the AT&T-compatible version of the Nexus S in February.
Review: Samsung Nexus S
The Samsung Nexus S offers a pure Google experience on a slick Android phone. There's no carrier apps, no interface tweaks, but is there enough to satisfy buyers?
Hands-On: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
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Swype and Sprint Giving Nexus S Owners an Exclusive
Aug 16, 2011
Swype and Sprint today announced that owners of the Samsung Nexus S will be the first to have access to a new version of Swype's Android keyboard starting today. In addition to a newly revised version of the Swype keyboard, the update includes a custom skin, tap correction, horizontal word choice list, personal dictionary management, and shortcut gestures to perform actions such as select all, or launch Google Maps or Twitter.
Google Pushing Android 4.0 to Nexus S
Dec 16, 2011
Google announced via one of its official Google+ accounts that it will begin distributing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the Samsung Nexus S starting today. The update will be rolled out to GSM units first, and will be distributed over the air gradually over the course of the next month.
Netflix: Now Playing On Android
May 12, 2011
Netflix today released its streaming video app for select Android phones via the Android Market. The app is only available for a handful of phones that meet strict hardware requirements, including the HTC Incredible, Nexus One, EVO 4G, G2, and Samsung Nexus S.
So it's a Galaxy S with NFC?
Where's our Galaxy S2!!!