Internal Best Buy Product Listing Reveals Nexus S Specs, Confirms T-Mobile as Carrier


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    A Nexus S day wouldn’t be complete without a leak detailing a few specs that we can expect when the next Google-branded handset launches in the coming the weeks. While this particular shot remains mum on goodies such as processor speed and internal storage size, we get a detailed look at the handsets radio bands, [...]

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    This phone looks interesting.
     
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    Samsung is the deal-breaker...nope. Sorry. Never again. No HSPA+ is only the beginning of the disappointment. I am curious, though as to what proprietary garbage will show up on it. Nexus is the standard bearer of Android and has been the Vanilla King. But this manufacturer is not known for putting out a "crap-free" phone. How will they co-exist?

    If this shot is to be believed, Nexus purists will breathe a sigh of relief...It isn't as pretty, in fact this photo shows a plasticky looking disappointment: http://gizmodo.com/5687693/unconfirmed-leaked-nexus-s-pics - The actual likeness perhaps remains to be seen.

    The most intriguing part of this story is the "S" part of the description (Nexus S). Does this mean that the Nexus line will be open to other manufacturers? (i.e. The Nexus M - for Moto; The Nexus H for HTC). One wonders...

    The Nexus is not historically a phone saddled with proprietary crap. It should remain so to be a true Nexus G-phone like it's predecessor.
     

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