Google displayed a gigantic Nexus S with a 42-inch display, fully functional handset at a Best Buy store in San Carlos, California to give customers a first-hand view into the recently launched Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
TechCrunch reported that the monster phone is powered by an actual smaller Nexus S phone with video-out capacity. The phone has a working touchscreen, a camera and internet connectivity. The UI is an Android 2.3 or Gingerbread, a large screen rendition of its faster Android version.
Google launched its Nexus S phone on Dec. 6 powered by Android 2.3 codenamed Gingerbread. The phone was co-developed with Samsung. The most distinguishing feature of the phone was that it carried Near Field Communication (NFC) hardware.