Google is back and they’re ready to keep the technological soap opera going with their new Nexus S. The first time they tried the android phone they didn’t have the greatest results. But according to the buzz, the Nexus One has been greatly improved with their new offering, Nexus S. After what many called a flop with the Nexus One, it looks like this one will be a big hit.
According to the New York Times, the phone boasts updates like a special smudge-free contoured touchscreen, a 1gig processor, 16 gigs of internal memory and near-field communication (NFC) technology that makes the card act like a bank card. It can be swiped across compatible sensors to pay a bill. Not only that, they’re unleashing their newest android technology called “Gingerbread” (so top secret of them) that is supposed to offer a much speedier experience.
Starting Dec. 16, the “gingerbread” will be in the oven. In civilian language, it’ll be available for $529 unlocked without a contract or $199 with a two-year contract with T-Mobile. Check out more about the new phone here.