MR.G, 08 Feb 2011Dude it is already listed in Univercell and Flipkart,it shld be here very soonI believe even the discontinued nexus 1 is still listed. It won't be coming to India as the N1 never came. Plus the price of Rs.24000 must be enough to inform you that something's fishy.
What will be the price and release date of nexus s in india?? Finalised to buy wave II but now thinking about the Nexus S only bcoz of android
If it was upto Samsung then it would have certainly come to India, but since this is a Google phone it will never show up here. Unfortunate.
this phone doesn't have a zoom. :(
does any1 know if there is way that this phone can support zoom function?
please somebody tell me - is this phone lagging or something like that?I want to buy this one and that's very important for me.
check out youtube for thailand mobile expo 2011, they have the nexus s as i9023 and android version 2.4
Michu, 04 Feb 2011Gaurav Mirchandani you're wrong. Dual core processor probably will use less energy. Because if... moreIt's not that simple, if the processor work in the way you are saying, then there is no difference between the dual core and single core, the task distribution will cause a degrade in the battery life, and I'm a person who uses his phone all day non stop, running the dual core processors for a long time will cause the device to heat up, and result in damage, We need a completely new breed of batteries for supporting dual core tech, for which we'll have to wait. Plus, dual core processors will also increase the weight of the devices.
Gaurav Mirchandani you're wrong. Dual core processor probably will use less energy. Because if the phone will need more power, both cores will run at, lets say 50%. Not 100% like one core.
Question again: In what resolution Nexus S records and plays video (480p, 720p, 1080p)? How many frames per second (15, 30 or more )?
viraf, 03 Feb 2011hi gaurav. Are u planning to buy nexus s?Yes, I'm not planning on buying any of the dual core phones because their battery life wont be dependable, most of the companies are using the same batteries that are in use with higer end phones right now for the dual core phones also, the dual core processor will result in a decrease in battery life, I prefer the current CPU's, and Nexus S is the best at the moment, plus, it's the only phone with raw Android 2.3