why is it called Nexus S, is S for speed just like iphone 3gs and 3g.
why is google following Apple's footsteps, it means Google is loosing the battle.
It actually says "NEXUS" romanized in Hangul in the fifth pic from the left.
No why Samsung, how about Nokia?
Nokia Nexus 2 with Symbian OS will be good
Google's Nexus S undeniably looking cool!
Who could argue against Google's decision to choose Samsung as the Manufacturer of their next major handset? We know HTC can't. To change manufacturers just after a single handset being released speaks volumes about HTC.
It's very clear that Google know what they're doing when it comes to software, so changing from HTC to Samsung shows that they also want to pick the best hardware to match. This not a shunt at HTC, however it shows that they are not moving fast enough for Google in terms of hardware vs software or that Samsung is willing to bend over backwards to help Google take a big bite of Apple.
Samsung have a one up over HTC, its called Super Amoled which we know is in short supply for other phone manufacturers. LCD is at the end of the line where as Amoled can only get better. In terms of colour, pixel density, efficiency... the list is nearly endless.
So, with Samsung in the right hand of Google, rather than HTC, who are you going to pick in the future?
The choice is yours...
I really wish Google did this with HTC like they did with Nexus 1. Samsung Galaxy series is awesome and I'm sure this one will also be great spec-wise, but I never really liked the Samsung cheap looking glossy plastic body, nor was I ever impressed with their customized UI. I own HTC Desire and I LOVE how the phone feels in the hand and the overall build quality. I find Nexus 1 even more appealing visually than the Desire, and wonder why Google decided to move away from HTC... feels like HTC didn't really have a chance with the way Google marketed and sold the N1, and as if they're being "punished" now for low sales and moving to Samsung because of that. Imagine a slightly visually modified N1 body with Gingerbread and 1.2 GHz chip inside, with a HTC logo. Or, imagine Samsung screen, 3D acceleration and custom apps out-of-the-box (I love the apps on Galaxy S) with HTC body and Sense on board (love the Sense too)....
i personally think that android os and companies samsung,nokia,htc and sony ericsson are all powerful at he moment i ordered a iphone 4 and a iphone 3gs both 16gb and 6 nokia n95's
I donno maybe it's just me, but I think it's kind of ugly. It'd be nice to see a slightly more powerful camera on it too, like an 8MP nothing to extreme. Nearly everything HTC came out with recently has one. I don't know much about the new upgrade, I'm kind of curious if it's really going to make that big a difference like the current 2.2 has.
nice to see all the apple fans in here
still proving the mantra
iphone a smaart phone for the thick
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2010I'd actually be pretty happy if this is true.
I've got an N1 and don't really want to chang... moreNot true ,you can [like i did] void the warranty [if you want/have one] and install the latest update for android [2.2.1] and receive the official updates :)
I hate vodafone for the "branded-unbranded" versions of the software !!
This is like : i can use the phone on every network but i'm still stuck with vodafone :s
[deleted post]and Dexter uses Nokia N8, so what's your point? are we basing the units according to celebrities usage?? if that's the case, umm.. will it blend? that's the question!
and Tom has the answer xDDD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_S8sxpK4_iA&feature=channel
enjoooy watching it destroyed to the last piece hehehe iblend FTW!!!
This phone, apart from the materials used, looks freaking sexy. It's like the nexus one's evil brother
my next phone is moto defy...3,7" capacitive life-proof ...
this is the first
this is the best
iphone4ing, 13 Nov 2010Don't think it's a thread to iphone4 -posted from my iphone4 held incorrectly with a bumper... moreyes, im iphone4ing too :) I rather my phone be built by quality materials such as glass and stainless steel rather than cheap plastic like samsungs, which by the way is so cheap as to use plastic screws which could come lose or crack at anytime. Plastic phones look like they're 2 years old after 6 months of use due to the wearing of the plastic. Samsung? No, SampPlastic!
Don't think it's a thread to iphone4
-posted from my iphone4 held incorrectly with a bumper case squeezing the case very hard prove a point any talk of dropping signal is all lies