White Nexus S: AT&T Release – Added Style or Just Plain Ugly

By Alan Ng - Apr 8, 2011

The White Nexus S from Samsung appears to have slipped under the radar ever since it’s unveiling at the start of the year, but now we can confirm that the device is now available to buy from some retailers online. We have some great pictures of the white model and also a video to show to those that are interested in it.

After taking a look at Engadget’s collection of photos of the device, we have to say that we’re not really digging the brand new color. Often when you think that a white version of a notable smartphone is coming, it usually means that it’s going to look more slicker than the original, but that’s not the case with the White Nexus S.

Based on the picture below, the White Nexus S just looks like the normal black one, but with a bumper around it. The white back of the device features a textured finish but again, we would of liked it to be a little more shiny and more luxurious looking, the Google logo does stand out a bit too – and it’s not a good look.

We hate to draw comparisons to the White iPhone 4 here, but clearly that phone is a good example of how to make a white smartphone look sexy. How many of you feel the same way about the White Nexus S here, or do you think it actually looks ok? Photos and Videos are up at Engadget.

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