It hasn’t even been a day since Google Nexus S hit the Best Buy’s shelves in US and it’s bootloader has already been unlocked. For those who don’t know, unlocking the bootloader allows you to go into custom recovery mode so you can install custom ROMs like Cyanogen Mod etc.
The latest and the greatest Android phone, the Google Nexus S is finally available now for purchase in US at Best Buy stores. Customers in UK will be able to purchase it starting from December 20th.
Google today has officially taken the wraps of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Version 2.3 brings lots of new features to the Android platform. Some of these include: UI refinements for simplicity and speed, Faster, more intuitive text input, one-touch word select and copy / paste, improved power management, control over applications, and new ways of communicating, organizing (Internet calling, Near-field communications, Downloads management and camera).
The sequel to the original HTC-produced Nexus One is here, and its called the Nexus S. Designed by the folks (Google) in Mountain View, California, and manufactured by Samsung, Nexus S will be powered by the upcoming Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Nexus Two rumor-discussion time! IntoMobile has received a tip from a “trusted source” who says that the potential launch date for Android 2.3 / 3.0 Gingerbread is set for November 11th.
By now, most of you would have heard about the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. Internally codenamed as Zeus, the device is currently being tested on Android 2.2, as can also be seen in one of the images below. Android 2.3 / 3.0 Gingerbread will however be the shipping operating system when the device is out at the end of 2010, or early 2011.