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Perhaps one of the worst kept secrets, the HTC built Google Phone, formerly named “Phone 88” and now “Nexus One” – which still might be one of the project names and not its final name – has finally been sussed out and shown to the world… but not fully announced yet. So no release date but all indicators do point to a very likely February release.
Many sites are reporting more about this Android 2.1, HTC sourced phone that promises to have a speedy Snapdragon CPU mated with a 5mp camera and a 3.7″ AMOLED capacitive screen. Yep, I think I’ve found my next phone to replace my Apple iPhone.
More links for information pertaining the oft-rumored Google Phone:
Engadget – “What We Know, What We Don’t Know”
Gizmodo – “The Google Nexus One Phone, In Pictures”
UberGizmo – “Nexus One Has T-Mobile Support”
Neowin – “New Google Phone Pictures Leak“
I’ll update more as I find out more. But this is definitely a phone that might easily replace my iPhone or displace my Nokia N900 lust.
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