Samsung (Google) Nexus S debuts in India; Priced at Rs. 24,000/-

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Just with in a week of global lunch of Google’s Nexus S, first Smartphone ever with Android 2.3 ( Gingerbread) platform,  Samsung is all set to kick-off the sale in India. The much appreciated Android smartphone has been up for sale by Infibeam, one of the leading online shopping store in India, with the price tag of Rs. 24,000/-

However, Infibeam has still not started accepting the bookings but claims to trigger the same in next 2 weeks. It’s expected that company may start taking the booking from the very first day of New Year. After introducing Nexus One to Indian market, Infibeam has exposed the Nexus S in a row to Indian mobile market.

The nexus S is touted to be the successor of Google’s first phone – Nexus One. Loaded with Android’s latest version 2.3 ( Gingerbread), handset maintains 4 inch AMOLED Display with 1 Ghz Hummingbird processor, 5 Mp Camera, a VGA camera on the front and 16 GB of internal memory. A Video review of Nexus S will surely help you to set your expectations in right mode.

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Just yesterday another online store in India has opened the pre-booking for HTC Desire HD which is loaded with Android 2.2 Froyo. In last couple of weeks mobile industry has been flooded with multiple flavors of Android Smartphone. Interestingly, every Smartphone carriers its own set of advantages, be it from hardware, software or customized User Interface.

Samsung S, also known as Google Nexus S, is available in US & UK by online store BestBuy & T-Mobile. With 2 years of contract, T-Mobile is offering Nexus at $199 and unlocked version is available at $449 – $499 in US and UK.

With the availability of huge range of Android smartphones and intense competition on price band, it will be only customers who are going to emerge as clear winner.

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