Google phone Nexus One

What, thought we'd go the rest of the night without more Google phone rumors? Nahhhh. The Wall Street Journal — Apple's Google's PR company — says the fabled phone, now in the hands of a good number of Google employees, will be dubbed Nexus One and sold unlocked sometime next year. HTC again is said to be the manufacturer. Other than that, not a lot of meat there. You may now go about your Saturday evening. [WSJ (pay site) via Phonescoop]

There are 12 comments

NoleBerry says:

When do we get pics?????????

peetee says:

I must say people are happy for the google phone release a.k.a Nexus one. Although the leaked pictures isn't that impressive. Hopefully the specs can compensate with less-mediocre HTC design.
Nexus One Leaked Photo Not Impressive

Anonymous says:

i am sure it will be better then iphone

Anonymous says:

I do hope they are wrong about the carriers. And it will be able to be used on Verizon also.

cj100570 says:


easily deceived or cheated.
Also, gul⋅la⋅ble.

1815–25; gull 2 + -ible

Related forms:
gul⋅li⋅bil⋅i⋅ty, noun
gul⋅li⋅bly, adverb

credulous, trusting, naive, innocent, simple, green.

tallbruva says:


Love it!

Wayne says:

The G1 will always be the Google Phone to me...The Original.

cj100570 says:

It's nothing more than their developer phone just like the G1

tallbruva says:, if HTC is making it but Google is selling it, is it an HTC phone or a "Google" phone?

Me-sa think HTC will have it's branding all over it. That would make it an HTC phone, right? But if Google's name is on it, would that make it a "Google phone"? Then again, the G1 was called a "Google phone" because "with Google" was on the back cover.

(for further explanation, see definition of gullible above)

lisandro says:

If this phone is unlocked, so that means that if you have sprint you wont be able to buy this phone?

NQ Logic says:

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Anonymous says:

Here’s a couple links I found about the Nexus One:

Everything we know about the Nexus One so far:

Google Double Confirms Nexus One:

Nexus One Camera Quality: