The Nexus One successor Google phone briefly appeared on the Best Buy website this morning for T-Mobile's network.
UPDATE: It looks like Best Buy accidentally pictured it as well, below.
The Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)-powered Google phone briefly appeared on the Best Buy website today, all but confirming its existence and hopeful availability for the holidays. Best Buy quickly pulled the references to the Nexus S but not before it could be scooped up by Google's Cache. Best Buy also has a picture of an un unidentified Galaxy S-like phone running a 'greener' version of the Android OS at right below:
The Nexus S has been described as a Galaxy S variant without a Samsung TouchWiz Skin and with a more rounded back. It will likely include Samsung's famous 4 -inch Super AMOLED display.
If Google is indeed selling the phone exclusively at Best Buy(BBY), it will be a significant departure from the highly-criticized Nexus One model, which was only available online through Google's website.
Samsung had a big event for a fairly insignificant phone last week and rumors were that there were some production delays with the new phone. Samsung CSO Omar Khan told me that there was no other reason for the big event in NYC, where Samsung rung the NASDAQ bell. Suspicious! More
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