Nexus S has been revealed to be a classy phone with exquisite looks, and a smooth surface. It has made a huge impact on users outside India. The main problem arises with the price tag, which reads Rs. 27,999, and experts believe it would be wise in opting for other smartphones which offer the same functions at a lesser price.
Nexus S does have an advantage with its Gingerbread OS which smartphone’s from HTC lack, but HTC is expected to launch phone's running on Gingerbread in the near future.
Google's Nexus S was never meant for India, and Google has no plans of launching this model in India for now, but customers who have waited long for Nexus S can avail of this phone by the first week of April via pre order. Do keep in mind that other phones similar to Nexus S are being launched in India, including the Xperia Arc, Neo and Play.