While the pictures are nothing to rave about, clicking on them gives out the information that they were taken with a camera called "google" with a model number of "Nexus S". The three have a 2560 x 1920 resolution which corresponds to a 5MP camera. And wouldn't you know it, the Samsung Nexus S, the GT-i9020, is expected to come with a 5MP camera on the back.
As we reported the other day, the Google Nexus Two has been delayed allegedly because of a serious hardware problem. But as we pointed out, the speculation is that Samsung has decided that it had to launch the model with a dual-core processor to catch up to the Tegra 2 powered models that the competition will rollout early in 2011. And because Android 2.3 is not yet optimized for a dual-core processor, the Korean based manufacturer needs to wait for Google to deliver a revised Gingerbread version of the Android OS.
While we have no idea when this handset will be released-Samsung would like to see it come out in time for holiday sales-at least we know that the camera is being tested.