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Nexus S will drop Super AMOLED in favor of Super Clear LCD in Russia, maybe other territories too

Vlad Savov
December 8, 2010
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The US and UK may be the only officially official markets for the Samsung-built Nexus S from Google, however Sammy's Russian team has already dished out a few extra details on overseas availability. Penciling in a February 2011 launch for the Gingerbread flagship, the Russki guys point out that their version of the Nexus S will come with a 4-inch Super Clear LCD instead of the Super AMOLED panel adorning the English-speaking variants. This is most likely motivated by the still limited supply of S-AMOLED displays, though we wouldn't fret too much -- the Super Clear stuff has shown that it's no slouch either. If anything, it'll be the February release that has us grumbling our way through winter.

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