Samsung, which endow with low cost relatively comparable phones with other companies, will now launch Samsung Google Nexus S Smartphone in Pakistan soon, with pricing around Rs. 73,000. That’s high – we agree, due to a fact that same phone is going to see a launch in India for just Rs. 24,000.
The last Nexus version of Google Phone came from HTC but this time they have trusted Samsung with hardware and the new Google Nexus S looks just as other Samsung Phones.
The reason for Google to give their phone manufacturing task to Samsung would probably be that Samsung has sold the most number of Android Phones which were operated by Google. This device is set to be the next flagship phone sporting a pure Google experience.
Running on Android 2.3 / Gingerbread sporting a subtly reworked user interface design, and touting some potentially powerful new features, like near-field communication compatibility.
Nexus S is boasting all the design leanings of Samsung’s wildly popular Galaxy S line, but packing them into a tighter, sleeker and faster package. Let’s have a preview to make you clear for Nexus S
It has the core hardware and software combination and this phone is blazingly fast considering the animations, touch response and general frame rate on everything seems to be cranked closer to the environs of the IPhone 4.
This phone consists of ARM Cortex A8 1GHz (Humming-Bird) processor core by which you will experience zipping around on the handset with fluid and natural feeling. 512 MB RAM adds the swiftness to Samsung Google Nexus S.
Display and User Interface
Nexus S has a Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of 16M colors measuring screen 4 inches with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The touch input supports multiple touch and its screen oleo-phobic which means that your fingerprints embedded on the screen during typing would be wiped off within a second.
The UI has also been nipped and tucked all over the place, with icons and navigational elements taking on more of a buffed glass feel. With proximity sensor for auto turn-off and Three-axis gyro sensor makes this gadget good choice for its display properties. When the phone goes to sleep, there’s an effect of an old cathode ray TV being switched off, and even something as innocuous as the phone dialer has been refined.
Samsung Google Nexus S is equipped with an autofocus 5 MP camera that allows you to take pictures in 2560 x 1920 pixels; it is also embedded with LED flash for poor lighting conditions.
It supports geo-tagging and automated social network content posting. It is capable of recording WVGA videos with a frame rate of 720p@30fps. There is also a secondary VGA camera for video calling. Switching from the front camera to the rear camera takes minimal hunting and pecking.
This phone has an internal storage capacity of 16 GB, but unfortunately there is no support for additional expansion of memory though it doesn’t have a slot for an external memory card (Micro SD). However, it has a dedicated 512 MB for those who like to multitask or play a lot games from Android Market.
Samsung Google Nexus S has integrated social networking, which will never let you left alone and will always make you hang-out with your friends. It also supports MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC for audio and MP4/DivX/WMV/H.264/H.263 formats for video entertainment. 3.5 mm audio jack is also built-in.
Connectivity and Battery life
It supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; DLNA, 3G networks with HSDPA 2100 / HSDPA 900, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and many more other connectivity preferences. It works on a Li-Ion 1500 mAh which can support GSM: 14h / 3G: 7h of talktime and GSM: 713h / 3G: 428h of stand-by time.