Verizon’s Nexus One Not Happening, Buy Its Cousin Instead
After waiting patiently for the Nexus One to arrive on Verizon’s network, customers have learned today that there will be no such animal. The official Google Phone store has removed the placeholder indicating a spring launch and replaced it with a blurb about buying the “similarly feature-packed cousin”, the Droid Incredible. No word has been been given as to why the Nexus One was scrapped.
Related to 3G issues? Worry over cannibalization of Droid Incredible? Fear that it wouldn’t sell as compared to the latest and greatest? Chime in with your guess below!
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