Do you think Jellybean will run well on this hardware?
Just wondering if there are any other fun loving nerds out there that might want to get together grab some drinks and talk for hours about tech and Android (phones more specifically) in the LA area?
@Vladikoff(http://vladfilippov.com/) shared his images of B2G running on his Nexus S.
Needless to say I'm super excited to see where this goes.
Download it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1354263
This is soooo exciting!
Is getting the Nexus S still worth it? I am literally about to pick one up from someone on craigslist for $275. Thanks ;)
There are tons of possible choices in the smartphone industry. I want to know, if you were forced to give up whatever phone you currently use and switch to another phone, which phone would you want to switch to? I'm especially interested to see what iPhone users say. For me, I currently have a Droid Incredible, and would most likely switch to a Nexus S. It's extremely appealing to me, with a thinner build, both front-facing and rear cameras, and having Gingerbread preinstalled.
Hopefully they push out some speed fixes sometime soon. https://market.android.com/details?id=com.netflix....
Google is releasing a new OTA update to the Nexus S that will add this functionality and will work over wifi, 3g, and 4g. Voice/video chat should be coming to other devices in the future aka when carriers feel like it. If any of you Nexus S owners out there get the update, let us know how it works! Head over to the Google Mobile blog for screenshots and a video: http://googlemobile.blogspot.com/2011/04/video-cha...