Google CEO Eric Schmidt showed off the Nexus S (a Samsung product) running on T-Mobile in web2.0 summit.
But, he called it an "unannounced phone" from an "announced manufacturer".
And, he revealed it has NFC features, a technology he thinks will eventually replace credit cards. (One year back itself, I have published a post about NFC technology, it seems Ericcson's prediction comes true now.)
And, Schmidt said Gingerbread (Android 2.3) would be out in the "next few weeks".
It seems Gingerbread will come for Christmas.
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