Google Nexus S 'is a stylish option for those who sell mobile'
14 December 2010 — 7:04 PM
Britons who decide to sell a mobile may be doing the stylish thing if they opt to put the cash raised towards buying a Google Nexus S.
Hannah Bouckley, reviewing the recently-announced model for news and views site T3, explains it will be one of the top Android devices on the market upon its forthcoming release.
She notes Google has made some "great tweaks" to the setup of the phone, including its interface, compared with previous products.
"The design is sleek and stylish, the screen is one of the best we've seen and it feels quick and powerful," the writer states.
Ms Bouckley goes on to suggest the battery life is also "impressive" and, perhaps best of all, there is the potential for improvement and updates to come.
Andy Rubin, vice-president of engineering at the search engine and author of the Google Mobile Blog, recently said the mobile will provide people with a "pure Google" experience.
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