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Google Nexus S Android Gingerbread Unboxing Video

Well we just posted a video tour of Android 2.3 Gingerbread running on the Google Nexus S smartphone, so we thought our readers would also like to view a traditional unboxing on the same device, some of which call the Samsung Nexus S as Samsung Manufacture the device.

But whatever you wish to call it we have that unboxing video for your perusal below courtesy of the guys over at Daily Mobile and by way of Slash Gear, which lasts just over the two minute mark and takes us through all the usual stuff associated with a smartphone unboxing.

As you are probably aware the Google Nexus S is the successor to the Google Nexus One, and runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and is appareantly the first handset to be released sporting a “Contour Display,” which apparently allows the touch screen to lay comfortably beside your face.

I’m sure most already know the specs and features of the Google Nexus S as posted by Google, such as a 4 inch WVGA touch screen, quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900, tri-band HSPA 900/1700/2100. WiFi, Bluetooth, 5 megapixel main camera, front facing VGA camera, and such.

So really all that remains is to head on down, punch that play button and check out the Nexus S being unboxed. Is any of our readers hoping to grab the Google Nexus S smartphone once it becomes available, or has the device just not caught your attention?

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5 thoughts on “Google Nexus S Android Gingerbread Unboxing Video”

  1. Nexusone Lover says:

    such a fail it looks like galaxy s and it was made by samsung i counted on you google!!! 🙁 nexus oneis still 1000 times better

  2. Francis says:

    nexus s is 1000 time better than nexus one…because of its better processor screen and internal memory and it cant be compared to the galaxy s because its a google rom = auto update…

  3. TuxDotKing says:

    Looks like someone’s butthurt over a better phone replacing their precious Nexus One. Newsflash; the better screen that can actually handle multitouch, the faster processor and GPU, as well as a front facing camera and support for NFC are all only part of the reason it’s better than the Nexus One.

    Just be glad you got Gingerbread this time. I dont think you guys will be so lucky next upgrade.

  4. Jay says:

    Does it have the same GPS problem that the galaxy phones such as the vibrant and is it 4G like the new mytouch?

    If it does have the GPS problem and isn’t 4G, I’ll just get mytouch 4G