The Google Nexus S is not surprisingly very awesome. This new device will be 100% Google powered and the first to be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. With Gingerbread there has been many improvements which mean that it has also come one step closer to possibly surpassing the IPhone 4. The phone itself runs extremely fast on it’s 1GHz Cortex A8-based Hummingbird processor core which is the same as the IPhone 4. This makes the general usage and scrolling much more natural and smooth. What is more is that it is thinner and sleeker than the Phones from the Galaxy S line of phones. It is unfortunate that though it has 6GB of storage there is no micro sd expansion memory. The one fix for this is that Gingerbread partitions a part of the memory in order to make it like an sd card. There is nothing too surprising about this phone, but it’s potential at the moment almost seems limitless.

Source: Engadget