The smartphone features UMTS 900 / 1700 / 2100 MHz connectivity – alongside quad-band GSM – and thus it’s compatible with T-Mobile’s 3G network and won’t work on AT&T’s 3G frequencies.
According to Engadget, T-Mobile USA may launch the Google Nexus One on January 5, 2010. The trouble is that, for the beginning, the phone will be offered only by invitation – although we don’t know what you have to do (or who you need to be) in order to get an invitation.
Presumably, T-Mobile will sell the Nexus One to everyone sometime later next year, for a price that’s currently not known.
While waiting for more details about the release date of Google’s Nexus One, let’s have a look at the phone’s full specs, also found via Engadget:
- 3.7 inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen display
- Android 2.1
- HSDPA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 2Mbps
- Qualcomm Snapdragon (QSD 8250) processor at 1GHz
- 4 illuminated softkeys (Back, Menu, Home, Search)
- Tri-color charging and notification LED
- Haptic feedback
- Light sensor
- Proximity sensor
- Digital compass
- 3.5mm headset jack
- Active noise cancellation
- 5MP camera with autofocus, LED flash, geotagging and 2x digital zoom
- Stereo Bluetooth 2.1 (A2DP, EDR)
- 512MB Flash memory
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB MicroSD card included (supports cards up to 32GB)
- Height: 119 mm
- Width: 59.8 mm
- Depth: 11.5 mm
- Weight: 130 grams (1400 mAh battery included)
- Teflon-coated back cover
All these specs. plus the phone’s nice look and the Google services that it will offer, make the Nexus One a really nice Android device – perhaps the best yet. Now let’s hope it won’t be too expensive.
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