updated 01:30 pm EST, Mon November 29, 2010
Nexus S nears release as it pops up at FCC site
The upcoming Nexus S smartphone is nearing its release, as indicated by its second appearance at the FCC website. Still carrying the Samsung GT-i9020T model name, the phone in the posting will have different Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antennas than in the original FCC test and a different GPS sensor as well.
Other, unconfirmed specs of the device include an ARM7 variant for the CPU, which could be a dual-core with a minimum of 328MB of RAM. It will either have 1GB or 2GB of internal memory and should have the ability to record 720p HD video. Users will interface using a four-inch Super AMOLED 2, 480x800 touchscreen. The phone is known to run on Android 2.3 and will have near-field communications (NFC) as a selling point. [via Engadget]