Here's another episode of the "the story" nexus one promotional videos, this video features the Nexus One going through variety stress tests that stimulates 'life time' usage of the phone. All we can say is Solid.
I noticed when watching the evolution of the Nexus One video, you catch a small glimpse of what appears to be the Car Dock and a spare battery charger/dock. Seems like these things have been prototyped and they are just most likely trying to get enough of them produced to fulfill demand for the products. There has been no news of pricing or a release date for either items we can only hope its soon.
Awesome news, folks! The Nexus One got a new software update today that brings some pretty significant changes and improvements. One, update for Google Goggles and Google Maps. And the other, multitouch enabled in Browser, Gallery, and Maps! Lastly, the 3G issue fix that will improve the 3g conenctivity for some users is also packed in this OTA update. Google is hoping to send the update to all Nexus One Users by weeks end.
"In order to access the update, you will receive a message on your phone's notification bar. Just download the update, wait for it to install, and you should be all set. This update will be rolled out gradually to phones - and most users might not receive the notification until the end of the week. We hope you enjoy these new features and look forward to your feedback."
So in the past few days there have been quite a few rumors floating around that the Nexus One will be coming to Sprint in the near future. The only thing we can ask our selves is if this is really a fact or just some sort of miscomunication? Since the only leak of it was from an automated reply to Gizmodo via email from Sprint. Just say it is not released as of yet. I guess all you Sprint users out there will have to just wait and see what happens in the coming days and keep your fingers crossed that it comes out when the Verizon version hits shelves.
Enjoy the video unboxing and review of the Nexus One Desktop Dock by reader, Dan.
Earlier today Engadget leaked a picture of a Nexus One (shown above) that has a FCC label stating it will be operating on the AT&T 3G band. This band is WCDMA I, II, and V meaning that for all the Canadians out there it will also work on Rogers, Bell, and Telus. The original FCC label ID number was 'NM899100' the new number is NM899110, with this number being only one digit off it will most likely be the same phone just with the updated 3G bands for AT&T, most of Europe, and Canada. Google announced this phone as a game changer to get rid of carrier restrictions and it seems like they are finally setting out to do just that, you go Google.
Is your Nexus One working fine?
HTC has reported via their Twitter account that if you reboot your Nexus One it should solve any and all dropped data issues.
The Nexus One Desktop Dock is finally here! The Dock will run you $45 as stated earlier. In the box you'll get the desktop dock itself, charger and 3.4mm to RCA audio cable. You can get the Desktop Dock now at Google.com/Phone. Simply click on 'Get Phone' and scroll down to the Accessories.
Colorware has added the Nexus One to its list of customizable products. For a full color customization: You get a brand new customized Nexus One for $800. And if you already own a Nexus One, you can send in your own for $175.
If anything, this will boast Nexus One sales even more. Walmart has posted up a 'coming soon' page for the Nexus One, mysteriously featuring wireless bands for 3G on Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. Is Walmart hinting at a Nexus One that works on all three networks on 3G or it coming to every network in the US? Whatever the case may be, we'll keep you guys posted on this.
It is also rumored that Walmart is going with a $99 price point. No information on launch date yet.
TechnologyGSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900Voice Frequencies850/900/1800/1900Data Technology850/1900 MHz, 1xRTT + 1xEvDO, integrated Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth® 2.0
Tri Band UMTS/HSDPA (850/1900/2100 MHz)
[Source Walmart Wireless]