The handset might be the most anticipated phone this Holiday season as rumors picture it as the first dual-core phone to appear on the market. The Nexus S will be manufactured by Samsung and is expected to sport a weird concave design, but whether the screen will follow the device's casing is still an open question. Sammy conducted research, which suggested that such a form would improve the usability of a touchscreen handset.
It was just a few days ago, when Google's own Eric Schmidt teased us by showing the Nexus S in public. Back then, the close-ups suggested the curvaceous design form. And now we might see the device presented by the main person behind Android, Andy Rubin. Will all the hype translate into a great device? We are yet to see.
source: Engadget via Unwired View