Although it’s still unannounced, the Google Nexus S is not only real, but it’s also really, really close to being launched. Just yesterday, Google’s CEO – Eric Schmidt – showed off the smartphone during the Web 2.0 summit in New York.
The Nexus S was running on T-Mobile (so T-Mo should be one of the carriers to launch it in the US). Schmidt said the handset is made by an “unannounced manufacturer” – but this is most likely Samsung.
Eric Schmidt also said Android Gingerbread 2.3 would be out “in the next few weeks”.
The Google Nexus S will probably be out at the same time with Gingerbread – so let’s sit back and wait for its official announcement.
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