Nexus S Forum Added
As Gingerbread graces our forums with its expanding presence in all of our devices, we are making way for the first official device natively running Android 2.3. Yup, we added the Nexus S forums to the site where you will be able to talk about this device, see the latest news and developments on it, and more importantly, share any and all experiences from playing with a fully functional Gingerbread build. The device has a few irks and quirks that people don’t seem to like (namely the lack of a microSD card slot for removable memory/expansion).
In either case, this seems to be rather powerful device otherwise. If you happen to get one soon, make sure that you share all your experiences with the rest of the community.
You can visit the Samsung Nexus S forums here.
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