Well i am in NYC and from here i see it as: The Htc desire hd right now is $629.00 and the Google nexus S is $529.00 at best buy.
I like the htc desire hd and always love it but now a choice has to be made. Buy the nexus S and save money and when a next smart phone comes out i can get it at the end of the year or buy the HTC desire HD and be stuck with it for a long while because i will be broke.
Hmmm... What shall i ever do guys?
I have only seen a short video vith it but I Think it looks great.
this is a replica to the galaxy s i9000 and vibrant.....nexus s only has two flaws....no memory card and no 4g.....those two flaws arwe 'big' flaws...this phone is not worth it unless your trying to be flashy.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2010hahaha, no memory slot or Hd recording, can u believe it? its like galaxy s not gettin flash, ... moreyour dead right and 545 GBP,,taking the rudy mickey for a backwards device..
Nice phone. i will definatly buy when price will come down. its available in pakistan then y gsmarena still update its status.
Carphonewarehouse will drop the price once its been launched, they just gonna try and fish for as many idiots as possible then they'll drop price to £450 within a week of its launch
hahaha, no memory slot or Hd recording, can u believe it? its like galaxy s not gettin flash, samsung is waiting for doomsday befo they put everthing in, morons
surely the galaxy s will get updated to 2.3 eventually. apart from the fact that this is already 2.3 the galaxy s is better and cheaper! you can get alot more for your money, for 550 there are much better products out there. samsung seem to be going backwards!
why would you spend 550 on a phone with no memory card slot. more to the point, why would samsung make a phone with no memory card slot?
if you want radio get a app. T-mobile hspa+ speeds are backwards compatible so if you have a phone that gets 7.2 mbps down then you will get those speeds if that speed is available in your area. i think google put as much as they could in this phone that they could to keep it at an affordable price. I dont think a person really into taking high quality pics would be using a phone to do so anyway so the camera is good enough for me. i have a 4gb card in my nexus one and i have not filled that so 16gb is more than enough for me plus i think google is working on ways to be able to access you media over the internet so storing files on your phone will not be as important. i guess gingerbread is not ready for dual core or samsung dual core is not ready for public release. as it stands this is the best phone on the market. all reviews i have read has said its the fastest android phone yet. I love my nexus one but i wanted that display on the galaxy and a front facing cam.
Only Positive about buying Google OS Android direct from Google is when update come then would be the fastest to upgrade the OS Hope Nexus S does not have all problems Galaxy S had when I bought it. Galaxy S was freezing, Lagging a lot, Restart and worst thing about Samsung using Cheap Plastic but AT&T version was better made for Galaxy S.