Samsung Nexus S i9020

Vi har samlet og analyseret 129 ekspertanmeldelser og 1657 brugeranmeldelser fra internationale kilder. Eksperter bedømmer dette produkt til 80/100 og brugere til 79/100. Gennemsnitlig anmeldelsesdato er Okt 17, 2011. Vi har sammenlignet denne anmeldelse med 1324184 anmeldelser af andre Mobiltelefoner. alaScore™ for dette produkt er 89/100 = Meget god. Senest opdateret: Apr 20, 2014.

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Google Nexus S review


Slick and polished, but not quite perfect

Very quick ; Fantastic screen ; Vastly improved keyboard

No microSD slot ; Vanilla Android UI ; Poor video/lack of HD video

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Review Samsung Google Nexus S I9020/I9023 Smartphone


Off Topic. Recently, a lot of readers have requested reviews of S

Attractive design; Very good display (Amoled and SuperClear); Latest software; Fast user interface; Good camera; Integrated NFC

Okay material quality; No MicroSD slot

The closest competitor would be the Galaxy S also from Samsung. The Galaxy S2 is already on sale, with a new dual-core CPU and a fresh design. Apples iPhone 4 is also in the same league. Exciting: there are already rumors about the iPhone 5.

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Google Nexus S Android phone


The Google Nexus S Android phone is just the second Google-branded smartphone to hit the market (succeeding the Google Nexus One), and is also the fir...

Android 2.3, contoured Super AMOLED display, good battery life

Plastic finish, crashing issues, no microSD card slot, poor quality of voice calls

The Google Nexus S Android phone isn't a revolutionary smartphone, but remains an excellent option thanks to the 2.3 "Gingerbread" version of Android.


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Nexus S Review


Nexus S Review - This in-depth review of the Google Nexus S (by Samsung) goes over the new features of Android 2.3 (aka gingerbread), the design, usability and battery life.

The Nexus S is a great Android smartphone. To most people, the most visible improvements from Android 2.3 will be the Adobe Flash support, the new keyboard and the overall performance. At the moment, there are no NFC applications so, while NFC is cool...

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Google Nexus S


The definitive Google Nexus S review

Snappy OS ; Android 2.3 with early future updates ; Stunning AMOLED screen ; Improved battery life ; Cool lock screen animation

Underpowered UI ; Not enough Home screen widgets ; Slight freezing at times ; Light design ; Random phone restarting

Our colleagues at grabbed some Google Nexus S video footage which you can watch below. Next Page: Google Nexus S review: Interface

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Google Nexus S review


Google has turned to Samsung for the next generation of Nexus device, this time known as the Google Nexus S. The “S” heritage plays it straight down the line as an evolution of the Samsung Galaxy S.

Excellent screen, great feeling phone in the hand, fast, access to all the Android goodies, keyboard improvements are great

Not the greatest video player, no HD video capture, lacks the consumer extras that rival devices will offer you

If Android is what you want, this is the purest form you’ll find and it is well worth considering

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Samsung Google Nexus S review: Royal droid


Another year, another heir to the Droid throne – and Google are trying to be democratic about it. Which is a roundabout way of saying they're not monogamous. For the Nexus One, Google teamed up with HTC. This time around, they...

Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G support ; HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps ; 4.0" WVGA (480x800) Super AMOLED Contour Display with curved glass screen ; Android OS, v2.3 Gingerbread ; 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 (Hummingbird) processor ; 16GB storage, 512 MB...

No microSD slot ; No 720p video recording ; All-plastic body, fingerprint magnet ; No DivX and XviD support (no actual video player) out of the box ; No dedicated camera key and no lens cover ; No FM radio ; No smart dialing ; Overly expensive for its...

We don’t quite know what to make of the Google Nexus S. When the Nexus One came out, it packed some of the most powerful hardware available at the time. The Nexus S is the spitting image of the Samsung Galaxy S, which has been around for almost a year.

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Samsung Nexus S (AT&T)


Eight months after it originally went on sale with T-Mobile, the Samsung Nexus S continues to make the carrier rounds by landing at AT&T. You'll find few differences from its counterparts at T-Mobile or Sprint, which is both a good and a bad thing. On...

The Samsung Nexus S offers a brilliant display, decent call quality, and enough features to keep you busy. The Gingerbread OS offers usability improvements, and the stock Android is a welcome change for AT&T

The Samsung Nexus S feels rather fragile, and it lacks a memory card slot and LED notifications. AT&T added no new features, and data speeds were slow

The Samsung Nexus S brings a much-needed stock Android OS, Gingerbread, to AT&T. But eight months after its original debut, the handset feels underpowered and behind the smartphone curve.

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Samsung Nexus S 4G (Sprint)


Ships with Android 2.3 ; Sprint version has 4G speeds

No expandable memory

Google and Samsung's joint collaboration is enhanced with Sprint's 4G data speeds, but the Nexus S still has a few hardware oversights.

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Samsung Nexus S 4G


The Samsung Nexus S 4G brings an unadulterated Android experience to Sprint along with fast data speeds and Google Voice integration.

In some ways the Nexus S 4G is behind the curve among $199 Android phones. It doesn't boast a dual-core processor or HD video recording. What this device brings to the table is an interface that's not cluttered with carrier apps and the ability to...