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Farewell Google Nexus One

Written by: on 24th July 2010 |
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Google finally bids farewell to the Nexus One. “The Nexus One is no longer available for purchase directly,” says a message in the official Google online store for the phone. Seems like Google drops its bid to venture into the phone development business.

Te life of the Google Nexus One which begins as one of the most publicized buzz that Google would finally create an Android-powered Googlephone. It was a pumped out publicity in which the Nexus One was seen as a phone which will change how we look at phones and wireless plans.

When Google Nexus One was released it features a 3.7-inch AMOLED display, Android 2.1, and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera. Consumer were hyped about the features and the prospects of the phone however the hype died down as Google failed their expectations.

For consumers who will still be interested in the Google Nexus One, you’re going to have to go through Vodafone, KT in South Korea, or hold out for the units that they plan on selling directly to registered developers.

So there goes the venture of Google into the Android phone market. A venture which features a lot of hype, Google Ads and a failure to really make true of its claims. This phone will still be a legacy that once upon a time Google dreamed of venturing this far.

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