XDA-Developers received several pictures from an anonymous source showing the Samsung Nexus S running Android Gingerbread. The pictures show the rumored curved shape of the screen, and the source was kind enough to include some more possible specs of the device.
According to the source, the phone may or does contain the following:
- ArmV7 CPU (maybe dual-core)
- Open GL ES support
- 4" 800 x 480 SAMOLED2 touchscreen (not sure about the SAMOLED2 part)
- 720p HD video
- 512MB or 328MB RAM (not sure)
- 1GB or 2GB internal storage (not sure)
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread
So basically, we have learned nothing solid and new from this latest leak, other than a strong likelihood that the Nexus S will not have a higher resolution screen, as the new specs mentioned are too flimsy. What we already know is that the phone has a 1500mAh battery, 5MP camera (likely the same as the Galaxy S) with LED flash, front-facing camera, Wi-Fi b/g/n, all capacitative buttons on the front, and GPS.
I'm very interested about the Nexus S, and every leak brings us a little bit closer to the announcement and release. I can say for sure that I will be buying one once it comes out, as the combination of Samsung hardware and stock Android Gingerbread is too appealing to pass up. Anyone else out there interested?
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