While the world is waiting for the third-generation Nexus smartphone to be announced, Google keeps on releasing its current Nexus model – the Samsung Nexus S – via more carriers.
This week, it’s AT&T’s turn to launch the Nexus S. Well, in fact it won’t launch it the same way it normally launches phones, because the handset will only be sold through Best Buy locations – starting Sunday, July 24.
With a new 2-yr contract agreement, the AT&T-friendly Nexus S will cost $99.99.
Already available via T-Mobile and Sprint, the Nexus S runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread (it was the first in the world to do so), and features a 4 inch Super AMOLED screen with curved surface, 1GHz processor (single core), 5MP camera, and 16GB of on-board memory.
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