The first phone to ship with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), the Nexus S unLocked is a joint effort of Samsung and Google. It offers gorgeous hard-ware and a powerful OS, but it lacks expandable memory and doesn't sup-port HSPA+.
We do like the hardware: the nexusS, is after all, a Samsung Galaxy S in slightly different chassis, and an LED flash added to the 5-megapixel camera The 480 x 800 Super AMOLED screen is lovely_highly sensitive,colourful and very bright indeed,we’re dubious about the benefits of its slightly concave screen,though-google says it’s more comfortable to hold to your face, but that’s a stretch, in
our opinion. And we were surprised to discover no facility to shot 720p video ,720 x 480 is as for as the Nexus S goes.
The new phone offers an irnproved software keyboard, NFC support, sup-port for multiple cameras in the camera UI, and better overall performance, it aIso sports a subtly curved 4-inch Super AMOLED display to fit comfortabLy next to your face.
The camera's user interface has a nice variety of options,including autofo-cus, macro and infinity modes, four reso-lutions, nine scene settings, three color modes, three quality modes, and expo-sure metering, You also get a front-fac-ing VGA camera.
the Nexus S doesn't have a microSD slot. The device has 512MB of RAM and is capped at 16GB of internal memory.