Google’s Nexus S went on sale last Thursday, via Best Buy, but there’s also a British retailer selling the device. Now, Carphone Warehouse took down the price of the handset down to £430 from £550. This Android 2.3 device was initially available for pre-order for £550, translating to $855, much more than Best Buy’s $530.


The Carphone Warehouse reduction of almost $200 is possibly an answer to US price and if you’re looking for reasons to purchase the smartphone, NFC support could be a reason, as well as the 512MB of RAM, 4 inch Super AMOLED display, 16GB of storage and the 1GHz Hummingbird CPU.

If you’re looking for a more potent device, a dual core smartphone, maybe, keeps your pants on till next month, when CES 2011 kicks in with very appealing mobile devices, including Tegra 2 tablets and handsets.

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