Android Phone Tips

Android Phone Tips
Australian Nexus S owners have begun receiving the Android 2.3.4 update promised by Google just two weeks ago, which brings native video chat to Google’s Android operating system. The Nexus S, available exclusively through Vodafone Australia locally, is Google’s latest “developer” phone designed in partnership with Samsung because it runs a “vanilla” — or clean — edition of Android, allowing users to experience the operating system the way Google designed it to be. 

Sure enough yesterday many Australian Nexus S owners began receiving the message that an Over-The-Air (OTA) update was available, promising as expected support for native video calling using the in-built Google Talk application, as well as a number of bug fixes and security fixes for both the Nexus S and Nexus One. The update was announced earlier this week. 

AMOLED display and 4″ touch screen. The phone has been assembled in a Samsung shell and has officially made all the stores of Sprint. The phone will have Sprint’s 4G WiMAX data connectivity, really fast stuff. It’s now available for $199 with a two-year contract at Sprint, or for $549 without a contract if you want to avoid the hassle. The phone is also available for $150 at Best Buy (on contract) with free shipping and financing upto 18 months.

You get the latest version of Android (that'd be Android 2.3.4, with the new Google Talk video chat), the promise of the latest updates, the "Pure Google" experience, all in a sleek, lightweight Samsung shell. Oh, and Sprint's 4G Wimax data.

It's available today for $199 if you sign a two-year contract, or $549 if you want to skip such formalities. And remember that it's subject to Sprint's $10-a-month "premium data add-on" tax. But that's that price you've gotta pay. 
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