Engadget gets its very own Nexus One
Besides the obvious bragging, they don’t mention how they got the deviceÂ whichÂ shouldÂ probablyÂ hint atÂ GoogleÂ distributingÂ a few actual units to the media, before and probably during the launch event.
The good news here is that we’ll FINALLY have plenty of high resolution pictures and video of our favorite device, at least for this three agonizing days before theÂ device becomesÂ available to the general public.
Go ahead an indulge yourself with Engadget’sÂ first impressions article.
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