Two new shots of the Nexus One (Google Phone)
The Boy Genius Report managed to grab a couple of new shots of the Nexus One (a.k.a Google Phone). What’s different about these two new shots from the myriadÂ of shots that areÂ poppingÂ up all over the web is that we can really get a good sense of some of the features everyone is talking about. On this first shot we can reallyÂ appreciateÂ the “crisp, high resolution display” on the device.
That wallpaper looks veryÂ impressiveÂ and the colors really stand out, the 3D icons on the home screen look reallyÂ attractiveÂ and the new grid icon at the bottom of theÂ home screenÂ makes anÂ appearanceÂ on this shot also.Â It’s also pretty obvious that the leaves in the wallpaper will be animated.
On this next shot we can see the Android patriarch, the G1 posing along the Nexus One, giving us a real dimension on how thin the new device really is and why itÂ causedÂ so much rave over at twitter, to quote the original BGR article “Thin is in, folks”.
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