Looking for an AT&T-branded Nexus S? Well, you won't find this exact handset subsidized on AT&T, but you can easily get an unlocked Nexus S in its black or white version for nearly $600. Unlike previous GSM versions, which came with EDGE support only, this one fully supports the carrier's 850/1900MHz 3G bands and if you're sold on the idea, you can skip back to the Negri Electronics' offer in the link below.
The Nexus S was Google's flagship
handset for Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which should translate in timely
software updates in the future. The handset comes with refined
vanilla Gingerbread, a snappy 1GHz Hummingbird chipset and 16 gigs of
memory. It also features a slightly curved 4-inch screen, which
improves on the viewing experience and naturally protects your screen
from scratches when you place the phone with the display looking
down. But you'd never know about the real performance of the Nexus S, if you didn't check out an in-depth review like this one, would you?