Techcrunch writer and twitter extraordinaire, Jason Kincaid got a chance to play with the world’s largst Nexus S while at the Best Buy in San Carlos California which is a suburb to San Francisco.
On Wednesday Google was busy setting up the world’s largest Nexus S at Best Buy in San Carlos. As you know, in the United States, Best Buy is the only place you can pick up the sequel to the Nexus One, the Samsung Nexus S. Google engineers installed a working touch screen and even a working camera. This whole contraption is powered by a smaller Nexus S with special video out capabilities. In this new version of the Nexus S there is still no external memory and the processor is the same as the Galaxy S line of phones.
Tech Crunch writer and Twitterer Jason Kincaid went to the store when it opened and did the hands on video below.
While in New York City for Internet Week last summer thedroidguy got his hands on the world’s largest working iPhone, presumably set up in the same way. Google may decide to use more of these units if they don’t get broken and improve the sales of the Samsung Nexus S.