Best Buy exclusively offers AT&T's version of the Nexus S starting today
The Nexus S hits the so-called "sweet spot" with a 4 inch Super AMOLED display, and under the hood is a single-core 1GHz Hummingbird processor. While that might seem so 2010, it still gets the job done. A 5MP camera on the back captures video at 720p (30 fps) and there is a front-facing VGA camera on board. 512MB of RAM graces the handset which is NFC enabled. Best Buy is offering the Nexus S for $99.99 with a signed two year contract, and it is available only in Henry Ford's favorite color.
Yeah, there are many other Android handsets out there with higher-end specs, but if stock Android is your thing, you might want to give up a bit on the power side to get the Gingerbread OS in its purest form. And for those who were going to pay 6 large ones to get an unlocked model with AT&T's 3G frequencies on board., you can now pick up the subsidized version in exchange for one C note and a signature. Ah, isn't life grand?
source: BestBuy via Engadget
3. ecml490 (unregistered) posted on 24 Jul 2011, 20:48 1 1
Because it's cheaper to buy most contract phones at Best Buy than the carrier's retail store ...
5. The_Miz posted on 25 Jul 2011, 00:11 0 1
And why not buy from somewhere that's far better, like Amazon? Oh wait, I forgot. Android fans think BB is good because they sell electronics. newegg is better.