Eric Schmidt from Google’s Andoid just showed off the Nexus S, and revealed it has NFC features, a technology he thinks will eventually replace credit cards. Eric called the Nexus S an “unannounced phone” from an “announced manufacturer,” and the logo had tape over it, so no release dates there.
When asked about the Google Phone Store and a new Nexus, before they could even finish asking him, Schmidt clearly states: “I said there’d never be a Nexus ‘2′,” with extra focus on the ’2′. He also stated that Gingerbread –and most likely the Nexus S that’ll be the first phone to don it –will be out within the next few weeks.
Check out the pics courtesy of Engadget.
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