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Google Nexus One Phone Launched

January 5th, 2010 : · 3 Comments ·

Google announced the launch of their ‘Nexus one’ phone today. The Nexus one runs on Google’s Android Mobile Technology Platform which features some cutting edge technology.

The question is, will you buy one?

The Nexus one will be available on two carries here in the United States. Verizon Wireless come spring 2010 and T-Mobile, (available now)

The cost to T-Mobile users is $179 for the phone plus a 2 year contract requirement.

For those of you in the UK it appears Google will work with Vodofone though it will not be an exclusive carrier

You can order the Google Nexus One phone here:
http://www.google.com/phone

You will need to login using your Google account and the only option for checkout is Google checkout.

You can also see a demo of the Nexus One Phone here.
http://www.google.com/googlephone/tour/

So what you think of Google’s venture into the phone world. Will it be an Iphone killer?

What are your thoughts?

- Dave

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3 Comments so far ↓

  • Mark

    Give Google yet another way to monitor my every move? No thanks.

    I’m sticking with my BlackBerry – I’ve used several different models, and they’re all great. In my opinion, they look and work more professionally than touch screens like iPhones and Google’s phones.

  • J-man

    I’ve been following the G-Phone :) for a while on mashable and it seems to be a pretty good phone, they just released an unlocked version as well.

    Google is dipping into every market- true, they are working on getting an electrical company going. Currently it’s just for their own power consumption but they just got a license for selling power to consumers :) I can see the G-Phone being one of the devices that helps you monitor this in real time.

  • Amy

    Give Google yet another way to monitor my every move? No thanks.

    I’m sticking with my BlackBerry – I’ve used several different models, and they’re all great. In my opinion, they look and work more professionally than touch screens like iPhones and Google’s phones.

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