The Internet has been awash with news about it, and now live pictures of the phone with its home screen displayed have surfaced online! When we say pictures, we’re talking about clear pictures with legible next, not those blurry cam shots. According to the latest beef on this device, there will be some rather interesting features included. First off it seems that there will be 3D elements in the app tray, not to mention an extended amount of home screens. If you click on the grid icon at the bottom of the home screen, it’ll launch a preview of all the home screen pages, similar to the way webOS multitasks with cards. Other noteworthy things include:
- System info page lists the device as Nexus One
- Running on T-Mobile’s network
- Has Wi-Fi
- Bundled with Google Navigation and Google Goggles
- No sign of any HTC logos on the phone
More pictures of the Nexus One can be found here.
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- 2012-07-20: Nexus One receives pre-alpha Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM
- 2011-12-01: Nexus One receives Ice Cream Sandwich with CM9
- 2011-11-23: Unlocked Galaxy Nexus available in the US via gray market imports
- 2011-10-26: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One
- 2011-08-25: Nexus Prime Confirmed by Accident?
- 2009-12-13: Beyond the Google Phone hype, it comes down to: be cheap enough or die
- 2010-01-25: Google Nexus One censors swear words
- 2010-11-23: Google Nexus One first to receive Android 2.3 Gingerbread?