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Warning: Do not attempt anything you see here at home. Engaging in a video chat with one's self on a Nexus S and a Motorola Xoom while recording the endeavor with a third camera may will lead to severe confusion, nausea, upset stomach and could well end in the destruction of the universe as we know it. You have been warned.

Oh, and check out the video of video chat on the Nexus S. It works, all right.

Also: How to download Android 2.3.4 on the Nexus S

 

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Face-on with video chat on the Nexus S

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LOL really good hands-on video. :D Just updated my Nexus S too. Video chat works here in the Philippines. I'll test if it works on 3G later. :D

Nice. Quality looks good.

One question I have... can it use a bluetooth headset or is it like all of the other apps and locked into a speakerphone-only mode?

Was this over wifi or 3G connection? Quality looks really good!

edit: upon closer inspection i noticed wifi was turned on on the nexus s. Someone should test it over 3G.

"One question I have... can it use a bluetooth headset or is it like all of the other apps and locked into a speakerphone-only mode?"

Although I've found that some of my video chat apps, such as Yahoo! Messenger with video and voice, work with earbuds for privacy, I think this is a good question.

Quick question - does it allow multiple accounts? I have both a Google account and a Google Apps account, and I really like how I can be signed in to both on Honeycomb on my Xoom. Can you do this now on the Nexus S?