Google seems to be in the spirit of giving out free phones again, as the search engine giant has been handing out Motorola Droid or Nexus One phones to attendees of Google’s annual I/O conference, and this is even before the conference, so they won’t have to waste time handing them out during the event. The downside is that you won’t be able to request for a specific model as Google is sending them out based on location, but if you’re getting a free phone, there’s nothing much to complain about, right? Especially since these are probably the top two Android-powered phones at the moment, at least until the HTC EVO 4G hits the market.
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