The Google Phone Is Here. Priced Like Any Other Smartphone
Jan 06, 2010 14:06
Google's Nexus One is going to be priced around $180 on contract with T-Mobile, and $530 for an unlocked version through Google's online store. There isn't any word that Maxis, Celcom or Digi has any dips on it just yet. Unless of course, you're willing to get the unlocked version.
The phone is a GSM phone, and is capable of 3G data connectivity, but at the moment it'll only work with T-Mobile or AT&T. So the unlocked version is pretty much just without a contract.
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