Although it is not exactly an iPhone 4, it does offer more than enough features to satisfy the average user. Beyond the details of the phone itself, which make it attractive to technology buffs, gamers, business users, entertainment users, the Nexus S also comes with a rich market of after market accessories to make the experience of using it more enjoyable, if not more productive. This article will discuss some of these Nexus S accessories as well as chargers to look into when you want to buy new pieces of gear for your phone.
First of all, it’s important to note what the Nexus S already comes with so you have a better idea of what you might need. The phone is perhaps the most advanced smart phone that Google has ever released, and it definitely is one of the more advanced smart phones available. It comes with the latest Android edition from Google, named Gingerbread, and the reports indicate that this is the most fluid Android experience yet.
It may not quite be like using the iOS 4 operating system on Apple’s iPhone 4, but it might come close enough for the differences not to matter to all but the most fervent Apple devotees. You get the same 1 GHz A8 Hummingbird processor in both the iPhone 4 and the Nexus S, and the user interface has been tweaked to make it a far more enjoyable experience to surf the internet and do just about anything with the phone. Clearly, Google has been paying attention to the things people tend to like and tend to hate about Android in particular and smart phones in general.
However, while the Nexus S comes with enough features to satisfy the average user, if you aren’t average, you might want to pick up a string of accessories to complete your smart package. For example, you might want to look into some Nexus S chargers. If you’re looking for must have features in chargers, think about where you want to use your phone and where it would be handy to have a charger. For example, if you are on the road a lot, or if you simply spend a lot of time in your vehicle, it is a no brainer to pick up a car charger that can plug into the DC outlet of your vehicle. This will give you the juice to keep going as long as your car has gas and a working battery.
And speaking of batteries, it might not be a bad idea to pick up an extra Nexus S battery. Although the standard phone battery does last long enough, one will never know when their battery may die, and because of all the great features this device comes with it is a good idea to keep a spare.