Google’s Nexus One to be Sold in India in a Stripped Down Variant

March 8, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The highly anticipated Nexus One by Google is already being sold in various selected countries around the world, and now it’s possible that Indians may get to enjoy it as well in the foreseeable future. This will certainly come as great news to anyone living there, but there’s also something to be considered.

It appears that the device will be a scaled down version of the original Nexus One, which has been created for developing markets – however, there’s always the possibility of just importing a normal one.

The Indian version will be slimmer than the original, and will come with less features – but this will also be reflected in its price, which will be cut down. According to sources, the new price is much lower than the original one.

What remains unanswered is whether we this will actually be a new, modified phone, or simply a stripped down version of the current Nexus One. We hope that at least the 3.7″ screen and the Snapdragon processor will be preserved, and expect to see downgrades primarily in the memory and camera departments.

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