Nexus One Shows up in Sprint CelleBrite Unit
The excitement continues to mount as I “patiently” await what will most likely be my next phone. We’ve known for a good month that Sprint will support the Nexus One. But, we have yet to get any solid leads regarding a release date.
AndroidCentral is now reporting a tweet from a Sprint employee named Eric, who goes by the Twitter account RedWhiteAndJew. The tweet contains a link to a picture of a Sprint CelleBrite machine with the Nexus One clearly legible. CelleBrite machines are used to transfer phonebook data between devices. If a phone shows up on one, it could be a sign that it’s nearing release.
So now I ask you… Nexus One, or EVO 4G? Soon enough, you’ll have to make up your mind.
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