Google’s flagship smartphone – the Google Nexus S has been making rounds around the internet and recently it was caught at D: Dive Into Mobile conference where it reflected its complete Google experience.
The smartphone will come loaded with Android 2.3 i.e. Gingerbread, a very subtle User Interface and some amazingly powerful features like the very strong sounding near-field communication compatibility (hardware permitting — and this hardware does indeed permit).
The device more or less looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S but has sleek looks when compared to its counterparts. The Google Nexus S happens to be pretty fast and various animations, general framework and touch response give a good fight to iPhone 4. It is no surprise that both the phones share the same 1 GHz Cortex A8 based hummingbird processor.
The top and bottom of the screen depict a orange glow when you scroll to upper or lower limits. The touch screen keyboard is far or less similar to iPhone 4 and the mix of features from iPhone 4 and Galaxy S mark the Google Nexus S as one complete touchscreen smartphone.
The phone does come loaded with front facing shooter camera and at its rear end there’s a five megapixel camera with autofocus and flash that’s also capable of recording videos in 720p.