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Amidst the certainty slash uncertainty of how the google phone will be unveil towards the market, a new rumor stands out and look what we got here? Google Nexus One will be open for that deadlast carrier of 2009 AT&T too? BGR got the leaked details:
We’ve heard from a source that there will be an AT&T 3G-compatible version of the Google Nexus One. Our connect described it as being a “second” unlocked model, with the T-Mobile-subsidized unit being locked to T-Mobile
So all the while Goog lead users to believe that they will only support Red V for android devices, in particular the Moto-Droid – Then just after 2 months, we can see that they shift to GSM type as well and lucky for T-mo they were the chosen carrier. And now, Google will try to have a bargain with AT&T too? Despite of all the criticism that happened to AT&T and their losing battle with Veriz, BIG G still want to play their cards on that carrier. Strange…
As I said it’s still a rumor and all we can do now is just wait for January 5 as the CES and Google salvo will try to answer all our questions with their latest android devices.
For your eyes to feast on, Engadget manage to have their own unboxing as well of the Nexus One Phone – And yep! this one has sounds unlike the FR unboxing we presented a few days ago, not to mention some juicy pictures to share too.
There’s nothing new here if we’ll only talk about the predicted specs – Although Mister Josh pointed out these marvelous statements about his first look and feel about the said smartphone.
Is Google Phone the be-all-end-all Android phone / iPhone eviscerator? In two words: not really.
Paraphrased: Other is the smoothness and the speed of Nexus is a bit faster than what we have on moto droid but not the ZOMG type of flash speed (if that’s what you’re thinking)
Yep, as reported earlier, no multitouch.
And a lot of graphic enhancers and UI tweaks to make this one suited to be called Google’s Phone.
Video speaks louder than pictures.
There’s still some questions raised here and that’s why we will have a Google Phone Review. Stay put!
January 5 Updates: It seems the the AT&T bubble theory didn’t materialize or at least, it was not mentioned during the Google presscon @ Mountainview today. See the official statement.
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