With a vibrant 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, the Nexus S 4G comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Google’s latest stock keyboard. As a result, the phone has several keyboard enhancements, such as an improved suggested word area and multitouch key-chording for easier capitalization. Also, long-pressing a special key in the top row allows for number entry and selecting of symbols. The same is true of a dedicated punctuation key. While this phone’s accuracy was almost good enough for second place, the Nexus S 4G offered the second-worst max and average speeds of the group.