To further validate this assumption, the Nexus One has appeared in the first (ever) video preview.
Unfortunately, there’s not much to see in the video, save for a nice start-up boot sequence, the Android logo and a “Welcome to Nexus One” message. But it’s more than enough to confirm (not that it was actually needed) the existence of the handset.
There’s still no official word from Google regarding the launch of Nexus One, but it’s said that the smartphone may be available as soon as January 5, 2010, first unlocked and then via T-Mobile USA.
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