Samsung Nexus S Pros And Cons Review
Here is our Samsung Nexus S review of the pros and cons. It is based on the tech specs gathered by our team of phone profilers for the Samsung Nexus S. This review is not a conventional live review.
If Samsung's claim is accurate, the Nexus S and its (1500 mAH) battery should yield 840 minutes of talk time, a lot of talk time!
Weighing only 129 grams, the Samsung Nexus S is lighter than the iPhone 4S.
Latest Samsung Phones In Pictures
Of course, it doesn't offer as many features as the iPhone 4s (the latest model), but since it only weighs 129 grams, it is more lightweight than the iPhone 4S (which weighs in at 140 grams).
- Also read: Photo gallery of the latest slim phones
Its 10.9 mm body makes it quite thinner than average for a bar phone.
The Samsung Nexus S claims a SAR rating of only 0.58 w/kg, on a scale of 0 to 1.60 w/kg.
- More on this: Top-rated low-SAR phones
It records video clips at 30 frames per second, which is among the highest fps rating among video phones.
Cons or Not-so-great Features:
- We recommend: The latest HDMI phone models
- We recommend: Photo gallery of the latest touch phones
It's all well and good that the Samsung Nexus S can record high-resolution 1280 x 720 videos, but we were disappointed not to find any evidence of the Nexus S featuring an HDMI port (which is convenient to watch HD videos on your shiny HDTV.)
A large touch screen is nice, but we are not extremely impressed that it is just a capacitive model. Of course, capacitive screens are okay, but according to Wikipedia and many other expert sources, resistive touch screens are much better.
** This phone is also known as: Samsung GT-I9020T, Samsung I9020T, Google Nexus S
*** These pros and cons are spotted automatically based on our analysis formula and the specifications we have in our database for this item. If you see a mistake, please let us know.
You Should Also Check These Out:
New 2013 Phones In Pictures: