Although Samsung has reportedly denied making the next Nexus smartphone for Google, lots of sources suggest the device is real and will be officially unveiled soon – or maybe not that soon, due to rumored hardware issues.
The latest evidence supporting the existence of a new Nexus comes from Best Buy, which has mistakenly published some info about it. According to the retailer, the smartphone is called Nexus S (S most likely coming from Samsung), and T-Mobile USA will be one of the carriers to offer it.
These details have appeared over at Best Buy earlier today, but were quickly removed from the website. There’s still a Google cache page that can be seen, though.
Since a huge retailer like Best Buy should know what devices it’s going to launch well ahead of their actual launch, we could say that the Nexus S is pretty much real. Let’s hope it won’t be long until Google puts Gingerbread on it and gets it ready for an official announcement.
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