Fresh images of the Google Nexus S have been unearthed online, as hype continues to build around the second ever Google branded smartphone.
A series of grainy snaps sourced from an unnamed insider by XDA-Developers depict the same tell-tale curves and four-inch plus screen that we already got good look at when Google’s Eric Schmidt waved the handset around at a web conference earlier this month.
However, the difference is that this time around we also get a glimpse at it running the latest version of Google’s operating system Android 2.3, AKA Gingerbread.
Meanwhile, over at Android & Me, they’ve printed some rumoured specs for the soon-to-come device. These reportedly include 1GB of internal memory, a Super AMOLED2 screen with 800×480 resolution and HD video recording.
A release date for the Nexus S, which Samsung is reportedly manufacturing on Google’s behalf, is as yet unconfirmed. But speculation suggests that it could be sold exclusively through Carphone Warehouse in the UK.
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