The sent to xda-developers.com by an unnamed source.been pictured and prodded, but until now we haven't seen what the it's running looks like. That's changed, thanks to some slightly blurry pics
The Samsung-built handset looks identical to the phone Eric Schmidt waved around a couple of weeks ago, which was almost certainly the Nexus S. Specs mentioned so far include an ArmV7 CPU, which could be dual-core. It looks like it has a 4-inch screen, possibly Super AMOLED 2 with an 800x480-pixel resolution, and capable of running 720p HD video.
Android 2.3 continues Google's alphabetic confectionery codename theme as Gingerbread, with likely to be specifically for tablets. There's not an awful lot we can gather about the new OS from the shots, but previous reports indicate that it'll be better looking and support video chat.
Gingerbread has been pretty elusive so far, and rumoured launch dates have by IntoMobile, but Gingerbread could roll out at any moment -- there's already been .. 6 December is the latest guess,
It's a relatively minor update anyway, with nothing to compare to's addition of Flash support.
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