Nexus S 4G Made its Way Through FCC Testing
It is already the season of Spring and flowers are blooming everywhere as well as the smartphones! Vast number of smartphones have passed through the FCC’s rigorous testing – and one of these smartphones is looking to be the Samsung Nexus S 4G which has already been cleared for WiMax. It wasn’t really specified and we aren’t 100% sure that it is the Nexus S, but this device under the code SPH-D720 really looks like it is. If you try to look closely on the sketch below, it resembles the Nexus S.
The Nexus S is the latest generation of Nexus devices, developed by Google and Samsung. Featuring the latest flavor of Android, 2.3 Gingerbread, together with a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 16GB of memory, makes Nexus S one of the snappiest phones currently on the market. It has the same a very similar feature set compared to its forerunner, HTC’s Nexus One. However, it does have a slightly bigger display at 4-inches compared to the Nexus One which only has 3.7 inch display. The rest of the features of the Nexus S are somewhat alike with the Nexus One.
The Nexus S is expected to be offered by Sprint and they have not released any official statements regarding its launch. However, it seems that we are getting closer for its release. Let us just cross our fingers and hope that it will be soon enough. Any thoughts?