All of the editors at YourTechReport.com may not agree on everything, but there is one simple fact that we all must acknowledge: Samsung Mobile makes one heck of a phone. Samsung’s Galaxy S series been a favorite of both reviewers and consumers alike; with their Super AMOLED displays, Hummingbird processors and Touchwiz interface, the phones are as fast and powerful as they are easy to use. It should come as no surprise then, that when Google was looking for a manufacturer for their next Nexus phone, Samsung was the obvious choice.

The Nexus name is synonymous with “pure Android;” commissioned by Google, Nexus phones have no proprietary skins, software or widgets–only Android software comes pre-loaded and the Nexus is always first to get the latest Android OS (and in the case of the Nexus S, that would be Android 2.3). So how would the newest Nexus fare? Would we miss the extra Samsung software and apps? How would the powerful Samsung hardware react to the latest and greatest version of Android? For the answers to these questions and more, click after the jump and watch us get handsy with the Nexus S…

 

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