Verizon Nexus One to have HTC Sense ; may release on March 23rd

March 12, 2010, By Thomas Antony

The upcoming Verizon version of the Google Nexus One will have HTC’s proprietory ‘Sense’ UI enhancement applied on it.  This comes from the online equipment guide at Verizon. It says that the phone along with switching to CDMA, will also use HTC’s own custom interface and not the plain Android 2.1 . Sense UI for Android 2.1 brings in a lot of enhancements such as an all-at-once view of the homescreens, new widgets, multitouch inputs and more.

MobileMag says the phone will be releasing on March 23rd, but this is not confirmed.

According to Android Central, the new Nexus One also will only be sold online via Google.  In Google’s phone sales model, the carrier’s only responsibility is supporting the network and nothing else.

Other than the above stated changes, the new Nexus One will be exactly the same as the one on sale right now, with 512MB Ram, 1GHz Qualcomm processor, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Nothing is known about the pricing of the Verizon version of the Nexus One.

Via Electronista

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