Samsung launches Nexus S in India for INR 30,400

Samsung has officially launched Google phone Nexus S in India. The smartphone is immediately available in the Indian market for an MRP of INR 30,400, but we have already seen online stores like Flipkart offering it for a price of INR 27,000.

The Indian version of Nexus S features a 4 inch Super Clear LCD, Android 2.3, 1 GHz processor, NFC, 5 MP rear camera and VGA front cam.

Manufactured by Samsung  in partnership with Google, Nexus S comes with the plain vanilla build of Gingerbread and will get be the first to get Android updates until the next Nexus device is launched. It is also the first device to feature Near Field Communication hardware, which allow users to read and write NFC Tags. Consumers can also use their NFC enabled phones as wallets to pay bills by just showing their phones in front of payment modules, but it is currently not available in India.

Google Nexus S Specs:


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5 thoughts on “Samsung launches Nexus S in India for INR 30,400

    Jabralto Padmuru

    (September 29, 2011 - 12:06 pm)

    Better go for optimus black…this is not worth + this model is not been discontinued by Samsung so the company is offering it at a very low price…less than 19K…

    Utkarsh Patel

    (August 30, 2011 - 12:04 pm)

    Its price is 19’000 RS in India now…..

    Savmor

    (April 2, 2011 - 9:47 am)

    IMHO 30K is too much for this phone. Really disappointed.

    Asif Khan

    (April 1, 2011 - 10:31 am)

    Price tag of Rs.30,400 does not make sense. People should wait for a few more weeks before Samsung makes a cut in the price.

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