It is not the first time we saw rumors of a Samsung’s made Nexus Two Android phone for Google, but now we are seeing more evidents. The name “Nexus S” is first reveled at Best Buy Mobile’s web-based flier indicating the Nexus S for T-Mobile will be available this holiday season. The Nexus S, successor to the HTC-made Nexus One, will run the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Then two Nexus S candidates were found at the FCC, the GT-i9020, and the GT-i9020T. They should both have a 5 Megapixel camera, Bluetooth and WiFi. Probably two models are intended for different market. Later some pictures at Picasa were found to be captured using GT-i9020. These photos of Google-branded bus are taken by Ben Saitz, director, Media & Platforms Solutions at Google, indicating the close-tie between Google and Samsung on this new phone.
Later Engadget posted a bunch of live shots of the device, showing a large screen, a front facing camera and LED flash next to the rear camera.