T-Mobile Samsung Google Nexus S

  • T-Mobile Samsung Google Nexus S
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Based on 5 scores, 7 reviews available
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Pros:

  • 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.

Cons:

  • 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

Expert reviews and ratings

By ZOMGitsCj on

So we figured we’d conclude our review of the Google Nexus S. First up, check out our unboxing video here.HardwareWhen you first pick up the Google Nexus S you are bound to notice how plasticky it feels. This may not be a selling point for the...

By 5FWD on 100

Camera aside, there's very little wrong with the Google Nexus S. It's big screen is perfect for media use, the thin dimensions help to make it feel smaller than it actually is, and it's packed with features. Overall, the Google Nexus S is a...

By CellPhoneQuick on

Theres no doubt that the Google Nexus S is currently the best Android Phone on the market, but with Android 2.3 coming to other devices, and dual-core processor models on the horizon, it may only enjoy that status for a short time.PROS AND...

By PC Mag on 80

The Google Nexus S for T-Mobile promises frequent Android updates, but average consumers can find even-better high-end smartphones....

By LaptopMag on 80

The first smart phone powered by Android 2.3 delivers an improved keyboard and user interface, fast performance, and long battery...

By cnet on 83

The Samsung Nexus S gets points for its slick design, satisfying performance, and authentic Android user interface. But outside of the new Gingerbread OS and a faster processor, it doesn't offer as many new features as we had...

International Review By TestNumerique.fr on 80

Après avoir confié la conception et la fabrication du Nexus One à HTC, Google change de boutique et s’est offert les services de Samsung. Pour créer le Nexus S, le coréen s’est basé sur le Galaxy S. On retrouve...