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Gizmodo received what is reportedly a hands-on exclusive from a tipster of the Samsung Nexus S, the rumored successor to the HTC Google Nexus One. While the review doesn't contain any original pictures or many more details than what we already heard, Gizmodo made a mock-up of what the phone is reported to look like.

Overall, the exclusive that Gizmodo received is pretty lacking in terms of new ideas added to what we were already thinking.

Below is a collection of the specs and features for the phone that we have seen rumored so far:

  • 4" Super AMOLED screen
  • MasterCard PayPass ability
  • Android Gingerbread, stock
  • same 1GHz Hummingbird processor as Samsung Galaxy S
  • front-facing camera
  • differently shaped backing
  • easily rootable and feature GSM support
  • capacitative buttons on the front
  • possibly releasing this year

Regarding the Gizmodo tipster's comment that the pho/ne's version of Android Gingerbread was "really buggy", Engadget asks: "Is that really what you want to bring to the table as your Gingerbread flagship, Google?"

Other Sources: Engadget, FCC, Phandroid

Image from Gizmodo

Source: Gizmodo


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  • In terms of the best outer appearance/casing and looks, I can agree on HTC, but Samsung's Galaxy S line of phones have very powerful internals. Too bad there isn't a company that does both.

  • Dude, can't believe that sh*t ! HTC is clearly the best Android smartphone manufacture. Best materials and quality, but who cares anyway, go for Samsung !!! (...nooot)

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