Nexus S with Android 2.4 has been spotted by some Chinese consumers who recently bought the device, which in fact, has Android 2.4 on board.
Android 2.4, as far as we know, is not coming anytime soon as the Gingerbread update just started rolling out. This could be Android 2.3.2, spoofed to look like Android 2.4, but that is hard to believe.
Nexus S Android 2.3.3 (GRI40) update has started rolling out and will soon be available on your Nexus S to install.
Android 2.3.3 software update (Nexus S GRI40) brings a number of bug fixes, random reboot fix and also the the fix to data signal loss issue. Wondering on how to get this update? Continue reading below.
Nexus S has just been unveiled by Google with some Gingergbread (Android 2.3) awesome-ness. All the details we need is now available online on the official Google Nexus S website which went live a few minutes ago.
Here is a detailed post on what you need to know about the Google Nexus S. Read more after the jump to see all the Nexus S details.