The Samsung Nexus S is a smartphone built and designed by the folks at Samsung. It is the second Android phone that Google has assisted with a manufacturer to produce, with the first device being the HTC Nexus One.
This is the first device to offer users a taste of Google Android 2.3, Gingerbread and it is the first device to support NFC (near field communication) in its hardware and software.
Galaxy S models, also made by Samsung, sport their 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 512MB RAM, and 4” Super AMOLED display. Like the iPhone, a more durable Gorilla Glass is used to protect its display, sports a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video recording, and includes the latest addition to the smartphone world, a gyroscope.
In the words of Jon Rettinger, “The Nexus S and Galaxy S, both made by Samsung are so similar, it can be difficult to pick which one is right for you.”
In this video, he does just that and runs down the differences to assist in picking of which device is right for you.
Do you agree with his opinions and results? Leave a comment below!