Verizon’s Google Nexus One may finally be available starting April – and this is, of course, in line with the official “spring 2010” launch date.
But the real piece of news here is the fact that, according to jkOnTheRun and some “multiple sources”, Verizon’s Nexus One will come with a surprise, meaning that it might be different than the smartphone’s versions for T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint.
Maybe it will have another color? Or maybe it has better specs and Verizon will call it Nexus One Plus? (the Plus part is some sort of a joke, of course, since the smartphone will not be sold directly by Verizon, but only by Google, and I doubt Google wants to change its name).
There’s still no official word on the price of the Verizon Nexus One, but it’s likely not different than the current price ($529 without contract).
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