Nexus S: Specs and Android 2.3 Gingerbread Preview

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After various minor leaks of the Samsung Nexus S handset, we have a treat for you now, as the handset has once again appeared online, but this time revealing a lot more about the OS it will be running – Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

As reported from Engadget, fresh images of the Nexus S have been obtained by the guys over at XDA Developer Forums, and for the first time ever, they give us a solid look at the Gingerbread UI, although the picture quality isn’t too great.

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Thanks to the new images, we now have some more spec details for the Nexus S. Potential features include a 4-inch (or higher) SuperAmoled2 display screen, a Dual Core Orion 1GHz CortexA9 processor, either 512 or 328MB of Ram, 720P HD Video, Open GL support, and a screen resolution of 800×480. We already know that the Samsung Nexus S will have a 5MP camera – more details on that here.

Some of the screenshots show the new Gingerbread calling menu, as well as the system settings, seemingly confirming that this is actually the Nexus S and it runs OS version 2.3.

Check out the pictures over at XDA here, they even state that more pictures are on the way – so that’s something to look forward to. Let us know your thoughts on Gingerbread, do you like the UI or not?