An unnamed source has leaked pictures of the Nexus S running Gingerbread to XDA-Developers, and some rumored specs to go along with. There's about half a dozen blurrycam shots (aren't they always?) showing the software information, the UI, and the device itself -- check the source link for the gallery.
The rumored specs are:
- ArmV7 CPU
- Open GL ES Supported
- ~328MB Ram
- 1GB Internal Memory
- 800×480 Screen Resolution
- 4″ Screen Size
- SuperAmoled2 – Possibly
- 720P HD Video
I certainly hope (and think) those specs will turn out not quite right, as they are a bit underwhelming. Hopefully Google or Samsung will give us some real information about this one soon. [XDA-Developers via Android and Me]
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