EXCLUSIVE: Hard to believe, but the Google Nexus S does not have the ‘zoom’ feature in its camera app. In fact, the hardware doesn’t support zoom at all.
I tried a few third-party apps, thinking the stock Gingerbread camera app is buggy, to make the zoom feature work, but even they said “Camera does not support zoom”.
Nexus S went live at Best Buy stores from today, and I’m sure many of you Android fans would have probably got one by now.
We’re not yet confirmed if there is a method available to root Nexus S, but you can easily unlock Nexus S bootloader.
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.
And once again the Samsung Nexus S has been spotted in the wild, with some blurry shots of Gingerbread (Android 2.3) running on it.
A few days back, Eric Schimidt showed the “unannounced device” to the world with Gingerbread on it, and now a few more photos of the device have been put up online through an anonymous XDA member.
Yes! Samsung Nexus S is finally on video, and not by any leaked source. Eric Schmidt showcased an “unannounced device” (probably the Google Nexus S) and talked about Gingerbread (Android 2.3) running on board that device. This device is built by Samsung.
Eric Schmidt was on stage at the Web 2.0 summit yesterday, and O’Reilly Media managed to capture the whole thing on video – along with the sexy Nexus S. Watch the video after the jump!
Nexus S. Yes, the phone is very real and it really exists. Engadget managed to get their hands on some spy shots of the phone.
As past rumoures have suggested, the Nexus S will have Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) on board and will sport a 4-inch Super AMOLED display screen.
Samsung Nexus Two has finally been spotted in the wild. Till yesterday, Nexus Two was just a rumour but the device actually exists and somewhat we are pretty sure that Samsung is going to announce the Nexus Two on November 8.
Gizmodo managed to get their hands on with the Samsung Nexus Two. According to them, it has the same plastic body as that of the Galaxy S but it’s curved from the back like the older iPhone.
Samsung might be launching an unbranded Android phone running o nthe Android 2.3 OS, exclusively for Google – and might call it as the Samsung “Nexus S”.
These rumours started floating when a random tipster leaked out the news on Radio Android, plus I have confirmed it myself from a trusted source that Samsung is indeed working on an Android phone.