Well, what do we have here? It was just a short while ago that Best Buy spilled the beans on the Nexus S and now leaked pictures of the phone have surfaced. The phone, which will apparently be powered by Android Gingerbread, looks very much like Samsung’s Galaxy S, though you may notice that it doesn’t seem to have any physical buttons on the front. A commenter also noticed that there seem to be some inductive back cover charging connectors at the back of the phone, though we’ll have to wait for the official confirmation of this phone to see if that dream becomes a reality. The pictures were taken about a month ago, so we’re hoping that things have been improved over that time period and that we’re closer to getting hold of this phone. Google has been contacted but the company responded that it doesn’t comment on rumors or speculation, pretty much the standard drill.
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