Gallery of Nexus One Pics Arrives


Engadget scored themselves a nice bounty this morning with nearly a dozen photos of the Nexus One standing still.  Nothing too super new here, just more confirmation of what we’ve already heard.  You’ll see that the background appears to be dynamic with moving colors that move around.  A button at the bottom of the screen brings previews of all (5) home screens in a look that mimics Palm’s webOS cards. The app tray also picks up a 3D effect which is definitely the attention to detail that we like! 

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. ernandes13
    December 14, 15:07 Reply

    I really like to change my iphone 3g for this mobile!

    • @migeeman
      December 14, 16:22 Reply

      Why do you need a qwerty keyboard, they are so overrated!! On screen keyboard are the way to go.

      • Person
        December 16, 04:52 Reply

        qwerty is definitely not overrated. It's so much easier to type, and you get physical feedback when pushing the buttons, whereas touch screen is just touch.

  2. Matt Gaunt
    December 14, 15:29 Reply

    Am I the only one wondering why they've taped over whatever the Android robot is holding onto or holding up?

    • AndyH
      December 14, 15:33 Reply

      Probably the Google employee's name, or some sort of identifying ID number that Google could then trace back to the employee who received the phone.

      • WootRoot
        December 14, 16:30 Reply

        its a qr code thats on the back actually

        • @OrganizedFellow
          December 15, 07:30 Reply

          How do you know it's a QR code?!
          Unless your've actually seen it yourself?!

  3. Bernie
    December 14, 10:32 Reply

    Matt, it’s covering a QR code (that probably identifies the phone, perhaps a #sn). Read that from Engadget.

  4. arvidbux
    December 14, 15:36 Reply

    It is looking great!! Just announce it so we can make our purchase plans :)

  5. DMAGIC448
    December 14, 15:58 Reply

    Why are other sites reporting that this phone is going to AT&T when it clearly says Tmobile on the phone screen and why does evryone think that every top of the line android handset is going to a carrier other than Tmobile? How quickly people forget that Tmobile helped make Android what it is today & prior to October or November they were the ONLY carrier to offer Andriod. Whatever the creme of the crop Android handset is, it will always be on Tmible, just as it should. You cant forget the people who got you where you are today

  6. Facilities
    January 06, 09:36 Reply

    It was always known that Nexus One will be an unlocked GSM phone. There were no surprises there. It is already available with Tmobile. Verizon will follow suite soon too. AT&T though might just stay away until their exclusivity deal with Apple runs out. It will be interesting to see where things go from here.
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