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XDA Exclusive: Gingerbread 2.3 / Nexus S Pictures (Update)
Well, we have a little Thanksgiving treat for all of you. Thanks to a source that chooses to remain anonymous, we got exclusive pictures of the elusive Gingerbread! We can now confirm Gingerbread is Android 2.3 and not 3.0. As you can see in the pictures, we also got some pictures of the Samsung Nexus S, it is a thin and curved device, it features a 720P camera. We are working to pull more info and pictures from our source.
Here are some specs of the Nexus S:
- ArmV7 CPU – Could be Dual Core
- Open GL ES Supported
- 512 or 328MB Ram (Not 100% known)
- 1GB or 2GB Internal Memory (Not 100% known)
- 800×480 Screen Resolution
- 4″ Screen Size
- SuperAmoled2 – Possibly
- 720P HD Video
As for the pictures, enjoy below and leave your comments, more pictures will be coming!
UPDATE: 11/25/10 13:20 PST: According to our source we have a Confirmed Dual Core Orion 1GHz CortexA9 running inside the Nexus S, we Can’t verify this ourself and are waiting for further verification. Stand by for more pics/specs this afternoon.
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