With the Google Nexus S launching December 16 in the United States, it is important potential customers have all their questions answered about the latest Android device before pulling the string and inking a new contract. Since Best Buy is the exclusive seller of the Google Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung, it is no surprise that they have already posted a FAQs section for the Nexus S on their website. The FAQs cover everything from The Basics, to Buying the Nexus S, to Plans, Contracts and Networks, and Shipping and Support. After quickly browsing through the list of FAQs, while it does answer some pretty obvious questions (such as “If I purchase a full-price $529 Nexus S, will I be locked in to a 2-year contract? No. Outright device purchases won’t require a contract.”) it also asks legitimate questions (such as “If I recently purchased another phone at Best Buy and want to exchange it for the Google Nexus S, can I? Yes, but only within our standard return and exchange period of 30 days. We regret that we cannot make exceptions to this policy, even if the Nexus S is not available within the 30 day limit.”) Hopefully these questions and answers will clear up any confusion for customers, but in case you still have questions, feel free to post them below and we will try to answer them.