I’ve just got brand new Samsung Google Nexus S phone few days ago, and I’m simply loving it. It has 1GHz Cortex A8 processor and 345 MB of RAM memory although the official phone page (linked above) says it has 512 MB. I have no idea why this difference appears. Storage capacity is 1GB of internal memory plus 16 GB of external memory which is actually internal memory as this phone does not have SD card slot, but additional 16 GB memory unit integrated.
As soon as I started the phone for the first time it automatically downloaded Android 2.3.6 update and by now I’ve manually upgraded Market application to the latest version and installed GO Launcher Ex, (Go Contacts and Go SMS Pro, just to suit the look of these frequently used apps with my launcher), and lots of games, of course, as well as few social networking apps.
Everything runs smoothly and I love using it. However, as I’m playing with it very often the battery drains out really quickly (lasts about 8 hours), but I hope it’ll last longer once I stop jacking the Gun Bros all day long :)
The in-call volume is so loud that someone near me could hear the other side talking and understand it pretty well… so I had to turn the in-call volume down. And speaker is so loud I can listen music without headphones without any hassle. Headphones are good, but I’m not sure how long will they last. It also has two cameras (front and back), and the main (back) camera has 5MP resolution and flash light. The image quality of photos is great!
As you can see on these screen shots (first image), my final exam work (InterestingFacts.org Android application) can finally run on my phone. It’s already finished, I just need to write documentation for it and I’ll be ready to graduate! And soon after that the application should appear on Market.