Posted on Friday, July 20, 2012, under
Nexus S is a smartphone device co-developed by Google and Samsung. The device was announced and released in December 2010 running on Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread).
For screen protection, the Nexus spots an Oleophobic coating or rather, a Contour Display with a curved glass screen. The 5MP Camera at the back ensures quality output for multimedia. The phone also has a secondary VGA camera at the front.
As with most Samsung smartphones, the Nexus S does not have a radio. The phone also disappoints for the lack of a memory card slot.
Android 4.1, Jelly Bean is known as the fastest and smoothest platform. It allows for expandable, actionable notifications, has a new look for search and a smarter keyboard.
And as GSMArena say, If you are the impatient sorts and don't want to wait for the update to arrive over the air for your device then you can also download the update from Google's servers and flash it manually. Just make sure you are running a stock ICS ROM and have a custom recovery software such as ClockworkMod installed. And as usual, make sure you know what you are doing or wait for the OTA update.
Here is the direct download link to Google's servers.
For more information, check the source link below.
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