As promised last month, Google has just launched the Nexus One in Korea, via KT (the country’s second largest mobile carrier).
The Korean Nexus One is loaded with Android 2.2 Froyo from the beginning, allowing users to enjoy the latest features, including: Adobe Flash 10.1 support, faster web browser, and enhanced voice recognition (available in lots of languages, including Korean).
4,000 Nexus Ones will be available from KT online starting today (June 17), while retail stores will have more units starting next Monday. KT offers the Nexus One for 699,600 won ($577) without contract.
Meanwhile, Google has still not announced when it plans to provide official Android 2.2 Froyo updates to Nexus One users in other countries – it shouldn’t be long until this happens, though.
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