Android has become a popular operating system for phones. An “open” operating system, Android was developed by to work on a wide range of devices – you can get an Android phone with or without a physical keyboard and in styles from flip screens to tablets. Still, some might wonder what Google considers to be the standard Android device, and for this the company comissioned the Nexus series of phones.
The latest in Google’s Nexus series is the Nexus S 4G for Sprint. It runs Android 2.3.3, the latest version of Android, and it does it on Sprint’s 4G WiMax network. Built by Samsung, the Nexus S 4G has a brilliant four-inch Super AMOLED display, 16GB of built-in storage for photos and files, a five-megapixel camera with 720p HD video capability and a sleek, stylish design. In this video, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs takes the Nexus S 4G out of its box, inserts the battery and fires up the phone. Click on the box to the right to watch the video.
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