The handset, which is the successor to Google's first 'superphone' the Nexus One and is being stocked exclusively by the high-street retailer, is now priced at £429.99 for the SIM-free version - that's a whopping £119 discount.
The Google Nexus S is manufactured by Samsung and is powered by a 1GHz Hummingbird processor with dedicated graphics processing unit (GPU). It is also now available for £30 per month on two-year contracts with O2 or Orange, which is £5 cheaper. Brits will be pleased to know there's no initial outlay for the handset either.
The Nexus S, which was unveiled earlier this month, features a 4in super-AMOLED display and runs Gingerbread, the latest edition of the search engine's mobile platform, Android. Version 2.3 of the OS offers a number of improvements, including an improved copy and paste function, a new keyboard, a gyroscope sensor support - which is useful for games - and support for VoIP.
The Google Nexus S also features a 16GB memory and front- and rear-facing cameras.