The rumors are over and the sources have confirmed, the Google Phone that has been talked about for some time now, is going to be released with the name Nexus One. The story that confirmed this was posted on WSJ a couple hours ago. It turns out that the phone will be developed by HTC for Google.
The Nexus One will be featured with the Google Android OS 2.1, and, unlike the other Android phones on the market, the user experience was ENTIRELY designed by Google. The phone will be unlocked, available for purchase through Google online and you’ll have to provide cellular service of your own.
Now the rumors are swirling as to when the phone will be launched, but there is speculation that it will be available in January 2010.
Update! Some minor specs according to other reports:
– Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz ARM CPU
– High resolution OLED display
– Around $500 USD
– GSM with possibility of UMTS (3G) on AT&T and T-Mobile
– Voice-to-text dictate feature
– Capacitive touch screen & on-screen keyboard
Another Update: More pictures from Engadget on the phone. Like the current style? Hate it? Looks just like any other HTC android phone? Share your comments below.