Google Phone is called the Nexus One


Nexus One Concept


It’s just about confirmed now: Google will sell its own phone, built by HTC and named the Nexus One.

It will sell the Google Phone online and unlocked, so you’ll need to buy your cellular service separately. The entire user experience is designed by Google, according to the WSJ. It may resemble the HTC Passion, pictured.

Here are the details so far:
Software: Android 2.1

– Hardware: HTC

– Specs (according to Jason Howell): Capactive touch screen, on screen keyboard only, thin, scroll ball, and animated desktop wallpaper

– Launch date: Rumored January 2010

– Tweets describe it as “an iPhone on beautifying steroids.”

– Google designed the entire user experience

– Google will sell the phone online, unlocked

– Google is “dogfooding” the Google Phone and has given it to employees all over the world to test it.

Final release of Nexus One

Will you have interest in buying a Nexus One? Let me know in the comments.

From Mashable.com

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7 responses to “Google Phone is called the Nexus One”

  1. Will says :

    I think Google are slowly ta(l)king over the world !
    Cheers
    Will
    P.S: Don’t forget to enter the BRIANWAVE contest !
    http://whatawebsite.org/2009/12/11/brainwave-alexa-ranking-contest/

  2. Robert Bravery says :

    Don’t have much need for Nexus phone at the moment.

    Seems like HTC and Google tackling Apple and the iPhone.

    You posted on mu blog that Google is taking over the world (in jest) but when you see things like this. You have to wonder

  3. ileaneb says :

    Hi Tech Guia,
    Do you have any idea when the phone will be available? It will be interesting to see how many people will migrate from iPhone because I hear that AT&T’s service is not the greatest.
    @Ileane

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