First Photos of the “Nexus One” Google Phone

google-phone-coryobrien-twitter

The first picture of one of the phones given out by Google, this past weekend, has finally been leaked. If I’m not mistaking, it looks eerily similar to the HTC Passion and somewhat like the Bravo. Rumored to launch in early 2010, the device now goes by Nexus One.  Get used to hearing that name!

nexus_one_01

Source: Engadget

About author

AndroidGuys
AndroidGuys 4627 posts

Founded on November 5, 2007, we've enjoyed bringing you the latest in Android news and rumors. Updated daily, we strive to deliver reviews, opinions, and updates on all things related to Android.

You might also like

News and Rumors

You Tell Us: Favorite Sports App

As we begin putting together tonight’s podcast agenda, we’re looking to you guys for your feedback.  As is the tradition, we’re curious to hear what your favorite apps are as

News and Rumors

Swiftkey Keyboard Exits Beta, Enters Android Market as Full Application

Swiftkey has exited beta and is now available as a full application in the Android Market.  They keyboard, which combines some seriously good auto-predicting and multi-touch goodness, will be available

News and Rumors

OnePlus OxygenOS now available for One smartphones

OnePlus OxygenOS is now officially available for the One smartphone after a long wait. OnePlus made the announcement on their blog that One users can download the OxygenOS ROM and

23 Comments

  1. fathom614
    December 13, 18:09 Reply

    Oh boy I can't wait for this one. Lets hope that some of the rumors are true with the available chipset to run on all 4 carriers. Pick the phone then pick your carrier. Don't disapoint google.

  2. Rhettigan
    December 13, 18:12 Reply

    No hardware keyboard?

    What's the white spot? Is that a touchpad instead of a rollerball? That might be kinda cool.

    • AndyH
      December 13, 20:13 Reply

      No hardware keyboard, and the white spot is a trackball.

    • Demi Adejuyigbe
      December 13, 23:06 Reply

      White spot actually appears to be a touchpad-type system that would work similar to the rollerball. It looks flat on the HTC Passion photos from a while ago.

  3. kurt.hewett
    December 13, 19:39 Reply

    is that defective or something (the upper left corner of the screen in the second image)? or is it a glare of some sort?

  4. roy
    December 13, 19:41 Reply

    I hope this would be some sort of developer phone that will make it easier for developers to test their apps, because the current system is a nightmare to developers and will eventually be androids downfall…

    • Mike dg
      December 13, 23:10 Reply

      What are you talking about? Sideloading with no effort, on device debugging with no effort, a free SDK that runs on Windows, Linux, and OSX. What is the nightmare?

  5. Jeroen
    December 13, 19:47 Reply

    I get so tired of people complaining or whining about physical keyboard in every frikkin article about a new phone.

  6. Dusty
    December 14, 02:05 Reply

    Using iPhone to take the photo…..priceless…..

  7. NQ Logic
    December 14, 03:45 Reply

    Google is moving down in the stack to challenge B2C opponents with an open architecture and new sets of standards. In creating a post-revenue business model, Google can only manage success if consumers accept a co-branding and outsourced manufactured device … NQ Logic recommends reading the rest of the new Google's mobile strategy at http://www.nqlogic.com

  8. Mutia
    June 15, 04:48 Reply

    i just notice that nexus build phones.. nice move..

  9. rio
    July 20, 10:43 Reply

    No hardware keyboard, and the white spot is a trackball.

  10. Tania Autriz
    October 05, 00:14 Reply

    Is this gadget tested? It is better if they had given a review because the review is very helpful in determining the features of the gadget.

  11. SEO
    May 16, 04:50 Reply

     What are you talking about? Sideloading with no effort, on device debugging with no effort, a free SDK that runs on Windows, Linux, and OSX. What is the nightmare..What are you talking about? Sideloading with no effort, on device debugging with no effort, a free SDK that runs on Windows, Linux, and OSX. What is the nightmare..

Leave a Reply