News on Samsung’s new “Nexus S” mobile handset has been rife for quite some time. Taking over from the Nexus Two model, as well as snippets of information that have been sourced over the last few weeks including that of hardware issues, today’s news from Engadget has informed us that the GT-i9020T (Nexus S) has arrived at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It comes with new Bluetooth/GPS and WiFi antennas. So what does this mean for Samsung’s latest offering?
What we do know from Engadget is that two devices were seen at the FCC, one being the GT-i9020 and the GT-i9020T, one incorporating the EU label, so is one on it’s way to Europe?
Snippets of information also include the Nexus S running on Google Android, 4-inch AMOLED display, 1.2GHz processor and 512MB of RAM, BlueTooth, WiFi, 5MP autofocus camera, and dual-band 850/1900 GSM frequencies.
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