Google Ads on Youtube has once again leaked info on an upcoming product. This time its about Nexus One Dock, which was first spotted back in December via a FCC filing last year. The ad reveals the price of the dock along with other capabilities for the Google Nexus One phone which is manufactured by HTC.
Like the Motorola Droid on Verizon, US version of Nexus One which was launched by Google earlier this month didn’t ship with a multitouch capable web browser even though the hardware and Android 2.1 OS is fully capable of doing it. This surely was a set back considering the fact that iPhone can do it since 2007. But now folks over at XDA-Developers have released a Nexus One add-on, which enables full multitouch functionality, including gestures like pinch-to-zoom in Nexus One’s native web browser.
The first unboxing pictures of the upcoming Google Nexus One phone has been leaked via djrobrob on twitter. The design of the box is very Google-like with white background color, and “Nexus One” and “Google” branding in black to go on top of it. Though the design of the box may not be the final thing, it leaves little to no doubt that this phone is indeed going to be a Google branded phone.
The upcoming Google Nexus One phone with Android 2.1 has this built-in feature with which you can set animated wallpaper as your background just like how you can do on HTC HD2 with HTC Sense. Since Android 2.1 has now been ported over to Droid, it is now possible to run animated wallpapers. Thanks to the folks over at DroidForums who have posted a hack to enable this feature on Motorola Droid, running Android 2.1 ROM.
Hers is a compilation of all the 25 beautiful wallpapers which are included in the pre-release Android 2.1 Rom of Google Nexus One Phone. Google is expected to announce the availability of Nexus One phone soon, with the rumored launch data of January 5th and a price tag of US $199 for the subsidized version. All the wallpapers can be seen in the screenshot attached below.
We have been hearing all about the upcoming Google Nexus One phone, including pictures, specs and price, but its hard to believe that not even a single video of the phone existed, until now. Folks over at The Nexus One, who seems to have the phone have managed to capture the device in action, showing the now-famous “X” boot up sequence of Android 2.1 on Nexus One.
The latest round of rumors regarding the Google branded Nexus One suggests that Google is going to sell a subsidized version of Nexus One for a mere US $199 on contract free T-Mobile. If the rumor turns out to be true, then this is going to be the first time that a handset manufacturer has subsidized its device, rather than a carrier. Rumor also has it that the handset in question would be available for purchase online through Google as early as January 5th.
Engadget has got hold of exclusive pictures of the upcoming Google Phone for your viewing pleasure. Nexus One is the name of the Google branded phone which has been designed by the folks at Google, and the hardware is manufactured by HTC. It will be powered by the latest Android 2.1 OS and will be sold online by Google through T-Mobile, fully unlocked so that you can use it with any carrier you like.
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.