Nexus S Site Has Gallery of Images and Videos to Satisfy Your Gingerbread Craving [VIDEO]
No more pining for Gingerbread. It’s official today with the announcement of the Nexus S and the unveiling of Android 2.3 SDK. Right after we published the press release, we started poking around the official site for Google’s Nexus initiative and came across a handful of high-resolution images and videos that show the Nexus S off in very flattering light. Is it too early to start lining up at Best Buy?
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