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Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread

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Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread


  • The NFC stack will be fully integrated and validated on Gingerbread, the latest version of the AndroidTM platform.
  • NXP Semiconductors N.V. announced a strategic collaboration with Google to provide a complete open source software stack for Near Field Communications (NFC).
  • With more then 1 lak applications and an extensive community of developers Android is fast growing player in the smartphone and mobile device world.
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Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • Google also integrated NXP’s NFC controller (PN544) into its newly launched Google Nexus S phone, co-developed by Samsung and Google, offering users access to compelling NFC based services and applications.
  • These advances  works  immediately bring the richness of NFC to the consumer and developer and device manufacturing communities around the world.
  • With developers now able to access an open source NFC implementation,
  • pen source also enables manufacturers to develop NFC enabled mobile devices with a faster time to market and lower implementation and development costs.
  • NXP will help drive the development of new open source, exciting and creative applications that extend the touch interface of mobile applications beyond the devices screen.
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said by Eric Chu, Mobile Platforms Program Manager, Google.

“Android’s openness has provided a great platform for accelerated innovations,”

  • “We are always looking for creative ways to enhance and extend the utilities of mobile devices with new technologies.
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Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread

Android will be the number two mobile platform by 2014.

  • With NXP’s contribution, the introduction of NFC in Android provides developers, service providers, and device manufacturers a good  opportunity to deliver new services while enabling users to interact with each other and the physical world in ways previously not possible.” “Although only two years old, industry analysts are already suggesting that Android will be the number two mobile platform by 2014.
  • Google’s adoption of the technology will be a catalyst for the industry to drive the further adoption of NFC at both the handset and application levels,” said Ruediger Stroh, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Identification Business, NXP Semiconductors.
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Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread

“Open source development environments will push the boundaries of innovation and drive revolutionary new services and applications for mobile devices.”

Google Nexus S SmartPhone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread
  • Using natural touch gestures NFC devices can easily pair with accessories, interact on a peer-to-peer level to exchange data, and connect to a huge installed base of reader and tag infrastructures.
  • Today, NFC offers consumers a high level of convenience, interactivity and security with their mobile devices, and further enhances their smartphone experiences by linking the virtual world of applications with the physical environment.
  • Nexus S will offer consumers immediate access to read NFC tags.
  • NFC technology evolved from a combination of contactless identification (RFID) and interconnection technologies.
  • NFC is a market proven technology co-invented by NXP in 2002. In 2004 NXP co-founded the NFC Forum to lead the collaboration with all industry stakeholders and help standardize the technology.
  • Ranked as the number one contactless IC vendor by ABI Research for three years in a row, NXP is the global leader in NFC solutions, field proven in over 150 NFC trials and landmark commercial deployments worldwide.