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Samsung Nexus S To Get A Curved Screen

on November 18, 2010 – 7:09 pm2 Comments

We have seen the leaked pictures of the Samsung Nexus S and more recently seen it in the hands of Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt. But now it seems there are a few more surprises in store for us from Samsung. Here are the specifications that are somewhat confirmed:

  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • 4.5″ Super AMOLED2 Screen (Could be 4.3 Also) with WVGA (800*480) or Higher Resolution
  • 1.2 GHz Processor (Mostly Dual Core Cortex A9 Orion One)
  • 8 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash and Full 1080p HD Video Recording
  • Full HD Video Playback, Bluetooth 3.0, 1500 mAH Battery

Now onto the exciting bit. It seems that the screen that the Nexus S is equipped with is not just a 4.5″ SuperAMOLED2 screen but a curved one! The display is rumoured to be a concave one. Not a big curve but a slight one which helps to better the viewing experience and also improve visibility under sunlight etc.

We have already seen various examples of Samsung’s amazing screen technology with their curved and foldable screens so the possibility of the Nexus S having one is very high. Let’s hope its true and wait for the official announcement which is expected to be during MWC 2011 in February.

via Engadget

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  • Anthony

    I’m a Nexus One owner. The internals that I have read although limited in spec’s and info appear impressive with a 1.2 dual processor. The upgrade to 8 meg pix is ok but not a show stopper.
    The Amolded front looks impressive but how much of that is display.
    They almost pulled it off but the body of the Nexus One is still a artifact of excelence and Nexus S almost pulls it off but not quite on target. From a side shot the bottom end looks like a egg plant, the top molding from the side does not taper in the middle but to the end like a scoop, not an elequant design. Get it right Google. If having to make a choice I still would pick the Nexus One over the Nexus S there I do not see the Nexus S as the next Nuxus phone. Just my take.

  • d3l33t

    not sure where you got the specs i havent seen any posted yet. The only specs i could find is a 5mp camera which is way different than the 8 you posted