Google announced the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update for the Google Nexus S, which will become available over the next few weeks. The biggest new feature is the addition of video chat to Google Talk.
The v2.3.4 update will be available for both the Nexus One and the Google Nexus S will roll out officially during the following weeks as an Over The Air update. The more impatient Nexus owners can grab the update file right now – you can read how to do that here.
Anyway, the updated Google Talk app can do video calls – you just need a friend with a compatible phone or tablet or even someone using Gmail with Google Talk on their computer.
Google Talk works over Wi-Fi networks and over 3G/4G networks too, if your carrier supports it. You can watch a video how it works over here.
Other Android 2.3+ devices will get the new Google Talk in the future. You’ll of course need a phone with a secondary camera – here’s a list of the most popular droids (both phones and tablets) that run Gingerbread and have a secondary camera.
The guys over at AndroidCentral.com have already managed to record how videocalling works on the update Nexus. Here it is, it seems to works just fine:
same problem here.....the phone get too hot!!!..... :( n the battery wont charge more than 95% ......by even playin angry birds aftr 5 min the phone becomes really hot.....!!! :(
hi i need some help because i using the google nexus s but i have a big problem the battery cannot charge full only stay in 95% and second the battery go faster to 65% not using and machine so hot, can help for this problems, thanks
zsmh.net thank you zsmh.net, been looking for this everywhere... got it updated to 2.3.4 and working Perfectly. Best Regards MVg6