Google Nexus One smart phone to debut at Android Press Gathering, this Tuesday

January 3, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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The much-awaited Android Press Gathering is just hours away from now. Google’s press conference to announce the advent of its most anticipated Nexus One phone is expected to be held on January 5, Tuesday. So, finally, it is time to lay your hands on the new innovation from the Google line.  

Conceived and designed by Google, and assembled by HTC in Taiwan, the Nexus One will run Google’s Android 2.1 and would hop on to the T-Mobile network as soon as it debuts. Expected to be available online in a matter of hours for a price of around $500, the Google  Nexus One has turned out to be one device that has made the technology world open 2010 on a very optimistic note.

Among the many features the Nexus One would bring along with it would be the ‘proximity sensor’, which would help you hold the phone to your ear to enable the sensor automatically deactivate the keys so that you will never disconnect the call with your jaw! Among the other luring aspects of the phone is that it would boast of a 5 megapixel camera with auto focus and a LED flash. The camera has been built to click photographs and video with a speed of 27 frames per second.  These are just a few charmer additions. The Nexus One phone, the first new device as far as 2010 is concerned, is expected to make a new wave in the sales circles. We are waiting for the Android Press Gathering to get underway to write more on that.

(Via Tech Jackal)

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