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Since the Android format launched last year with the T-Mobile G1, Google had been rumored to be creating a handset of their own. After months of speculation, leaked photos, and general buzz, Google has finally popped the top off of their Android smartphone, the Nexus One. Today, Google formally unveiled the Nexus One, a new touch screen-enabled handset produced in partnership with HTC. The phone will be based in the same open-source Android format, with its own unique user interface. Software-wise, the Nexus One will come loaded with an array of apps including YouTube, Google Maps with turn-by-turn GPS, web browsing, Gmail service, and direct access to the Android app marketplace.
Google Nexus One hands-on, video, and first images
Specs wise, the Nexus One features a 3.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, 100,000:1 contrast ratio and 1ms response. The phone will also incorporate a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, video recording support at 720 x 480 resolution, and a 2x digital zoom. Under the hood, the Nexus One has a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, 512MB of Flash memory and 4GBs of storage space via SD card, which can be expanded to up to 32GBs. The handset will utilize HSDPA and GSM/Edge networks with data transfers of up to 7.2Mbps, along with full Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) and Bluetooth support. On a 3G network, the Nexus One’s battery will last for 7 hours, while on a 2G network it lasts for 10. Standby time is 290 hours on 2G networks and 250 on 3G networks, while video and audio playback will be 7 hours and 20 hours, respectively. Finally, web browsing battery life is 5 hours on 3G networks and 6.5 hours on Wi-Fi.
What makes Google’s strategy for the Nexus One unique is that they are offering it as an unlocked non-network-specific device or on several existing networks, unlike the iPhone which remains exclusive to AT&T. The unlocked version of the Nexus One will cost $529, while a Nexus One handset on the T-Mobile network will cost $179 with 2-year contract, both of which are available for order now. The Nexus One will also come to Verizon this spring, presumably at the same price as the T-Mobile version. The Nexus One will also arrive in Europe this spring on the Vodafone network.
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