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Google: Nexus 5X & Nexus 6P

via PCWorldGoogle releases the Nexus 5X and 6P. The 6P comes in 3 finishes: Aluminium, Graphite, or Frost. And storege models of 32 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB. Sporting a 5.7 high-resolution WQHD AMOLED display that you ahve to see to believe. 

Both models are in the range of $380 to $500. Pitting it well against other preminum android phones on the market.


Non-beta Flash 10.1 Hits Nexus One

HHead on over to Android Market if you haven't and download the Official non-beta Flash 10.1 now.


Android 2.2 Build FRF91 Released for Nexus One


Google just released another Froyo build after the recent build FRF85, the new FRF91. And again, we Nexus One users are getting the VIP treatment to have the update first. It's going out OTA at the moment, or get it from the package below.

Android 2.2 FRF91


Android 2.2 build FRF72 leaked 

The new build, FRF72 of Android 2.2 Froyo has been leaked on the Google's official servers. If you dare to update, check it out at XDA-Dev.

"The changelog that came with the update only mentioned about better Flash support for the browser, and some other browser improvements which will make it faster! FRF72 is of just 1.8MB in size."


Nexus One coming to Korea in June


KT korean cellular network revealed that it would be carrying the Nexus One in late June on its online store and physical stores by July.


Nexus One coming to Physical Stores


Google has announced that they will soon cease to offer the Nexus One in its new online store and start to display and sell the Nexus One in physical locations. Giving potential buyers a chance to experience the phone in person. Going back to the traditional way phones are sold will surely explode Nexus One sales.

We launched Nexus One in January with two goals in mind: to introduce a beacon of innovation among Android handsets, and to make it quick and easy for people to buy an Android phone. We’re very happy with the adoption of Android in general, and the innovation delivered through Nexus One. Already, a lot of the innovation that went into creating Nexus One has found its way into numerous Android handsets, like the HTC Evo 4G from Sprint and the Verizon Droid Incredible by HTC.

But, as with every innovation, some parts worked better than others. While the global adoption of the Android platform has exceeded our expectations, the web store has not. It’s remained a niche channel for early adopters, but it’s clear that many customers like a hands-on experience before buying a phone, and they also want a wide range of service plans to chose from. 

So today we’re announcing the following changes:

More retail availability. As we make Nexus One available in more countries we’ll follow the same model we’ve adopted in Europe, where we're working with partners to offer Nexus One to consumers through existing retail channels. We’ll shift to a similar model globally.

From retail to viewing. Once we have increased the availability of Nexus One devices in stores, we'll stop selling handsets via the web store, and will instead use it as an online store window to showcase a variety of Android phones available globally.

Innovation requires constant iteration. We believe that the changes we're announcing today will help get more phones to more people quicker, which is good for the entire Android ecosystem: users, partners and also Google.


Nexus One to get 450% Faster on Android 2.2

You can check out the full benchmark comparison between Android 2.1 vs Android 2.2 at AndroidPolice


Android 2.2 Confirmed to have Full Flash Support 

It's confirmed, the next Android update, 2.2 will have full flash support built-in!

"In an interview with The New York Times, Google’s Andy Rubin revealed that the upcoming version of the Android mobile operating system will fully support Flash technology.

[via Mashable]


Wireless N coming to Android 2.2?


We knew after the Nexus One launch that it secretly sports hardware that supports wireless 802.11n networks and packs a FM transmitter/receiver. Well, it looks like full wireless N capability will be enabled on the Nexus One in an upcoming update, maybe Android 2.2, according to Androidandme.


Nexus One Car Dock unboxing video

Nexus One Car Dock unboxed on video.