Some time ago, Google teamed up with HTC and created the Google Nexus One with Android 2.2 OS. It beat the iPhone in every single way(except for the Apps Store) and it was a very powerful smartphone. It had the 3.7" OLED for contrast and brilliant colours. It had the 1Ghz processor and a 5mp camera. It really was an iPhone competitor. And just recently, Google teamed up with Samsung this time, and created the Google Nexus S. Sounds like a Samsung Galaxy S sibling to me and it IS very similar to the Galaxy S. I don't blame you if you think so too ;P
Anyway, they both have:
- 4" 800 x 480 Super AMOLED screen
- 5mp camera and 720p video capture
- 1Ghz processor with 512MB RAM
The Nexus S just have some advantages over the Galaxy S. Like the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, better performance and the curved screen that rests comfortably in your hand and along the side of your face while you make a call.
Google Nexus S(I want!)
This iPhone killer is quite reasonably priced. Its only about $529(RM1700) without a contract. There's a $199 with a two-year service agreement. If you're sick of Apple's products or you just want an Android phone, then get this one. If you're thinking of the limited number of apps you can get on the Android compared to Apple's Apps Store, then you're wrong. Google's Android market is growing and it currently has more than 100,000 apps to choose from.