First phone with Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" OS. Elegant design. Fast UI. Only U.S. phone with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
Fast performance, Cool curved display, Much improved keyboard, cut and paste, Long battery life, Improved application management, NFC built in
The Samsung Nexus S has a sleek design with a brilliant display. It offers a number of usability improvements from the Gingerbread OS, and its straight Google experience will appeal to Android purists. It's a good performer, too.
Mediocre voice performance. Multimedia performance behind class leaders. No HSPA+. Not many NFC applications.
Lacks HSPA+, Doesn't record 720p video, Cut and paste works differently in various apps, No dedicated hotspot app
The Samsung Nexus S feels rather fragile, and it lacks a memory card slot, HSPA+ support, and LED notifications. Also, we were hoping for more new features over the Nexus One.
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By cnet on December 09, 2010
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