The final price plan for Google Nexus One which was leaked last week reveled that the unlocked version of the said phone will go on sale for US $529.99, and the one locked with T-Mobile for 2 years contract will cost US $179.99. So as it turned out, these prices are only good as long as you are getting the phone from US, either from Google itself or from T-Mobile because internationally, Nexus One is going to cost a lot more.
Google is set to announce its plans for the upcoming Google Nexus One phone in an Android press gathering to be held at its Headquarters in Mountain View, California. Engadget has grabbed a screenshot of what looks like an invitational card for the said event. This is what it reads.
After two weeks of all the drama, we finally have got a hands-on video walkthrough of the Google Nexus One phone. The video, which is of five minutes in length walks you through the Android 2.1 experience on the upcoming Google Nexus One phone. Everything from widgets on the multiple home screens, to the new Android Market, to the improved web browsing experience and Youtube app has been demonstrated for your viewing pleasure.
More details have emerged regarding the upcoming Google phone called Nexus One. Tnkgrl Mobile who has had a hands on with the device has confirmed that Nexus One, like Motorola Droid on Verizon wont support multitouch, out of the box. Not atleast in the two apps (Browser and Google Maps) that she tried out.
Here is a head to head comparison between the iPhone 3GS and the upcoming Google phone named as Nexus One. For those of you who don't know, Nexus One been designed by the folks at Google, and the hardware is manufactured by HTC. Nexus One will be powered by the latest version of Android OS and will be sold online by Google, fully unlocked so that you can use it with any carrier you like. It will look alot like HTC Passion/Bravo which is also slated for early 2010 release.
It has now been confirmed that the Google Phone has been named as “Nexus One”. It has been designed by the folks at Google, and the hardware is manufactured by HTC. Nexus One will be sold online by Google, fully unlocked so that you can use it with any carrier you like. It is being reported that Nexus One will look alot like HTC Passion/Bravo which is also slated for 2010 release.