Thursday, June 28, 2012

Google's Nexus S

You would not normally associate the Google with mobile phones, after all there supremacy in field like internet, e mails and other mean they are stand well to produce a phone with vast synchronisation to such features. therefore with the help of mobile whale Samsung they have launched the S.

This new mobile Phone distinctly impresses is with its multi media character. An inbuilt internal storage of 16Gb in to the phone, great for those who viewing to utilise all areas of this phone. That's why there is no expandable memory slot. impressive Music system allows to have full control over the volume. The music player is easy to function and supports cover art, good looking on the high quality screen. Limitless choice of headphone.

The camera of the two fitted on this phone can capture superb quality on images thanks to a 5 mega pixel sensor. Aided by a touch to focus facility and an LED flash, the camera not only makes taking a snap easy, but does so with good results. A second front camera is also located on the unit, which despite being much lower quality does enable video calling as well as being a handy tool for a quick self portrait. Video wise the Nexus S does offer a good quality WVGA resolution, which despite not quite being HD, does give a good standard of film.

If you were to rate the Google Nexus S in the looks department then it would certainly score top marks. It is hard to picture a more aesthetically pleasing phone, with the large 4 inch screen merging effortlessly into the modern curved edges and finished off with a glossy black panel, that despite being plastic seem to match perfectly. A plus side of the decision to use plastic rather than a metallic material is that the overall weight has been kept down to a featherweight 129 grammes. When you switch the phone on, the 480 x 800 Super AMOLED display kicks into life and is full of colour, and the unit is equally as impressive when you lock the phone. What happens in this instance is the screen reduces to a thin white line and then to a dot, much like old fashioned televisions. Although this serves no practical use, it is evidence of another neat touch that makes this model so appealing.

If you are a fan of Android, or you are looking at your first such device, the Google Nexus S offers a blend of style and functionality that make it the perfect handset for most users.
Go and find out here. The Google Nexus S.

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