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Thursday, 16 December 2010 11:06

US gets Nexus S today

Written by Fudzilla staff


December 20 in Blighty
Google's, or should we say Samsung's Nexus S smartphone is slated to start shipping in the US on Thursday.

Best Buy outlets will start selling the Nexus S at 8AM Eastern. The contract-free price is $529 and under a T-Mobile plan it will cost $199. Sales will be limited to two units per customer.

The British Isles will have to wait till December 20. Carphone Warehouse will carry it at £549, unlocked of course. The rest of the world can expect the Nexus S sometime in early 2011.

Last modified on Thursday, 16 December 2010 11:54
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-4 #1 KB24@CL 2010-12-16 20:04
AWESOME!!!! exactly what the world needed...the 237th edition of Samsung Galaxy S!!!!

anybody else getting tired of Androsh*t handsets?
 
 
0 #2 Naterm 2010-12-17 02:49
No, I'm not tired of good Android handsets. Especially when they have the Google brand name on them, that means they run vanilla Android and don't have terrible OEM and carrier 'enhancements'.

What are you, some kind of WinPhone fan? I'd really like the Nexus S (and the Nexus One before it) if they'd worked on Verizon's network. ATT sucks in every way imaginable and T-Mobile doesn't have much coverage. The lack of a microSD slot on the S is also a problem.
 

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