Nexus S gets a Teardown

Partnered with Google, Samsung has released the Nexus S nearly a year after the release of its predecessor, the Nexus One. This new release comes equipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a curved screen, making it different then the other Android phones on the market. Now, the guys over at iFixit have gotten their hands on one, and done what they do best; they tore it apart.

What we found was nothing too terrible special, except for one thing that had been on a lot of minds: the screen itself is not actually curved, but rather, just the glass on top of the screen. Not a big surprise, but nice to have the clarification.

To see the full teardown you can locate it here and see what really makes the Nexus S, well… the Nexus S. Also, to learn more about getting the Nexus S into your hands, click here.

[via ifixit]

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