Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Mobile phone from Google - Nexus One

Google has launched its first mobile phone, the Nexus One, as well as its own web store to market the device. It would cost online around USD 529. 

Google said it's looking to change the way consumers buy phones, and the company plans to expand the web store with more Android phones as well as a range of operator service plans. Made by HTC, the Nexus One features a Qualcomm 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and a 3.7-inch Amoled touch screen. The 130g, 11.5mm phone comes with a 5 megapixel camera with auto zoom, GPS, accelerometer, light and proximity sensors, a 4GB memory card expandable to 32 GB, trackball navigation, HSPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. 

The phone runs on the Android 2.1 operating system with the full range of Google services installed, access to the Google Market, speech recognition for voice commands and integrated messaging and contacts list. 

Service Providers and packaging:

  • T-Mobile USA will offer a subsidised version for USD 179 with a two-year service plan. 
  • Google is also developing a CDMA version for Verizone US. 
  • Vodafone said it will soon introduce the handset in the UK, followed by other markets in Europe in 2010

Want to know whether Nexus One is available in your country? You can also take a 3D tour.

Google said it will initially take online orders from the US, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore, and it plans to expand its web store to more countries in future 

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