The sequel to the Google Nexus One, the Samsung Nexus S, has turned up several spy shots and videos over the past couple of weeks, taking it further from rumour to reality. Now more images have emerged from XDA Developers, who’ve had something of a hands-on to eke out more details.
While the pictures to the right are of questionable photographic merit, the handset is clearly the Nexus S. The device has a 4-inch Super AMOLED disaply with an 800×480 resolution. It’s processor is a 1GHz ArmV7 processor and it rocks a camera capable of 720p video recording.
What’s new today then? Glad you asked; we have a screen of the device running Android 2.3, otherwise known as Gingerbread. This is the next iteration of Google’s mobile platform after FroYo, and promises a completely overhauled and more polished UI.
Google’s Andy Rubin will be kicking off the ‘All Things D: Dive into Mobile’ event on December 6th, and many expect the device to be officially announced then. Stay tuned for more info as we get it.