Google Nexus S may be getting closer for UK mobile recycling customers
16 December 2010 — 6:54 PM
Consumers who opt to recycle a mobile phone in the UK and are waiting for the release of the Google Nexus S in order to purchase a replacement may be reassured by the latest news on the device.
Kenzo Fong Hing, product marketing manager and author of the latest Google Mobile Blog, explains the handset is now available to buy in the US.
It can be snapped up either on a service plan or without and both in stores and online, making it as easy as possible for customers to get their hands on the product.
The American launch may also be taken by British consumers as a sign that the mobile is ready to be unveiled in other nations across the world, perhaps in the UK.
Hannah Bouckley, reviewing the phone for news and opinions site T3, recently suggested it is a stylish model and one of the best to run on the latest Android operating system.
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