Google Nexus S Now Available at Best Buy for $529

The Google Nexus S, the official successor to the Google Nexus One is now available at Best Buy. It was unveiled by Google on December 6 and has had Android fans salivating since.

It will retail for $529 at Best Buy for the unlocked version and $199 with a 2 year T-Mobile contract. It is one of the best Android phones yet, and is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S, the most popular Android phone of 2010.

It comes with a 4 inch Super AMOLED display and a 1 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. It also sports a 5 MP camera as well as a secondary camera for video calls. It also has all the usual connectivity options – GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and GPS. It is the first phone to run the new version of the Android OS – Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

Head over to Best Buy to get it now!

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  • iphoneleaks

    There is some confusion in this article.
    Félix, no the Nexus S i9020A was updated to 2.3.6 weeks prior to the Nexus One.
    was a botched attempt to fix the capacitive buttons (specifically the
    search button) firing on their own in low 3G signal areas. This update
    was pushed to i9020A and not only did it NOT fix the button issue, it
    broke tethering.
    So now, the i9020T is getting the 2.3.6
    Meanwhile, the i9020A still sits with the
    so-called “voice search” bug AND broken tethering.
    The only reason
    I continue to point all this out is if you’re a i9020A Nexus S user
    with no root access on your phone, Google’s handling of this situation
    is ATROCIOUS and the Android tech blogs need to be taking them to task
    on it as a loud voice for the users.