Google Nexus S 'is a speedy option for those who recycle a mobile'

13 December 2010 — 4:00 PM

The Nexus One is a previous mobile release by Google

People who opt to recycle their mobile phone and are on the lookout for a replacement could be wise to consider the Google Nexus S, which has been developed in conjunction with Samsung.

Flora Graham, reviewing the model for CNET UK, explains it runs on the brand new Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, making it a highly desirable purchase.

With its release set for December 20th, those who move quickly may be able to get their hands on one just in time for Christmas.

"Android 2.3 Gingerbread makes the phone a speed demon and we're likely to see Android updates on this phone before they appear on the rest of the customised crowd," states Ms Graham.

She goes on to note the phone is Google's follow-up to the T-Mobile G1 and the Nexus One, with Samsung adding something a little different to the mix on this device.

Andy Rubin, vice-president of engineering and author of the Google Mobile Blog, recently said the Nexus S will offer a "pure Google" experience.

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