IT Business Edge blogger Carl Weinschenk may not have all his questions answered concerning the Nexus One, but at least he knows the beginnings of what Google is up to after it rolled out the touchscreen smartphone at its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
An unlocked version of the HTC-manufactured "superphone" is available from Google's Web store for $529. A subsidized model from T-Mobile will cost $179 with a two-year plan. Verizon and Vodafone are expected to offer the handset in the spring, says AppleInsider.
The device features a 3.7-inch screen and runs Google's latest version of its Android operating system. Nexus One weighs in at 130 grams and is no thicker than a No. 2 pencil, reports The New York Times.