First hands-on of Google Nexus One

Google has planned to unveil its new phone on January 10th. As mentioned many times previously, the Nexus One of Google is built by HTC and sold by Google. The device is powered by the latest mobile operating system of Google, the Android 2.1 with a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU inside. Besides, in terms of specification, the phone also goes with a 3.7-inch, 480 x 800 display, 512MB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB microSD card (expandable to 32GB). As Nexus One is T-Mobile phone, there is no 3G, however, it includes the standard modern additions of a light sensor, proximity sensor, and accelerometer. Google has boasted that customers will love the phone so much as it has got a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, so the pictures taken will look rather decent. More than that, Google also adds that the camera software of the phone is much faster than that of the Droid.
From the appearance, the phone is quite thinner and sleeker than an iPhone with a similar design to an HTC phone.




The following are images of Google Nexus One unboxing and hands-on.




















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