For those unable to wait on the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung's Nexus S can still hold up against the competition in many ways. It may only pack a single-core processor, but it's a Nexus phone, meaning it is still one of Google's flagship Android devices, and will have active development and timely updates for a while yet. If you've been patiently waiting for your shot at a bargain on the Nexus S, now's your chance - Mobile Daily Steals is offering this beauty (unlocked) for just $299.99 with an international warranty, about $60 lower than Amazon's lowest price (without warranty).


For those who may be out of the loop, here are some of the Nexus S's specs:

  • 4" 480x800 Super AMOLED display
  • 1GHz Hummingbird processor
  • 512 RAM
  • 16GB on-board storage
  • 5MP rear camera,  and a VGA front-shooter
  • Stock Android 2.3.5

It may not pack the latest-and-greatest technology under the hood, but as far as unlocked Android phones that pack a nice punch, the Nexus S is a great option, and it can be yours for just $299.99, if you act in the next 22 hours. To get your hands on one at this low price, check out Mobile Daily Steals as soon as you can!

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • ionite

    i9023 is the S-LCD version not the SAMOLED version.

    • JAlexoid

      In addition the discount is hardly a discount. I got it in Germany for a regular price of 300 EUR 6 months ago and Amazon.de lists it at 265 EUR now.

      To convert it to USD:
      300 EUR = 252.10 + 47.90(VAT) EUR = 353 USD + 67.02(VAT)

      265 EUR = 222.70 EUR + 42.30(VAT) = 310.62 USD + 59.18(VAT)

  • http://unforgivendevelopment.com/ Gerad Munsch

    Screenshot says i9023, which is NOT Super AMOLED. It's SC-LCD. :/

  • http://tantrajnaan.com Uday

    It is not the super Amoled version. Its the SLCD thingy.

  • http://gplus.to/velazcod Daniel Velazco

    Also, either the specs they listed are wrong, or it's the i9023 with AWS frequencies.

  • Jason Rossicoe

    Great deal for a device that already has a fully functional ICS port

    • Tom

      lol, "fully functional"? Tell that to my i9023, which I flashed the port to just to see my cellular data disappear.

      • Zack

        Its an emulator thats why you don't have data why flash ICS now???