Nexus One Makes First Appearance at Retail Stores
A small company called i wireless has announced that it is selling the Google Nexus One Android phone at its 250 locations in Iowa, western Illinois, and eastern Nebraska. i wireless is a T-Mobile affiliate, and is offering the Nexus One for $300 after rebate with a new contract. i wireless noted that is also selling other Android handsets, including the Motorola Milestone, HTC Hero, and Samsung Behold II. The Nexus One is still available via Google's online store for $180 on contract.
Nexus 6 Vanishes from Play Store, While Nexus 5X Enjoys a Price Cut
Google is no longer selling the Motorola-made Nexus 6 handset via the Google Play Store. The company is now selling only the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones, though the Nexus 6 remains available from other retailers, including Amazon.com.
Nexus Camera App Update Tweaks Design
Google is pushing an updated version of its camera application to Nexus handsets. The new Google Camera app makes changes to the user interface to improve usability.
Google Reveals When Nexus Phones Will Cease Receiving Android Updates
Google revised its Nexus support page and provided more information on how long Nexus-branded phones will receive future software updates. Google says Nexus devices will get Android version updates (Lollipop, Marshmallow, etc.) for at least two years from when the device became available on the Google Store.
Motorola Nexus 6 Finally Lands On Verizon's Network
Verizon Wireless today said the Motorola Nexus 6 will be available for preorder March 12 and should reach stores March 19. It will cost $250 with a contract or $27 per month with a Verizon Edge plan.
This is hardly new, Union Wireless has been selling this device for 3 weeks now in Wyoming/Colorado/Utah.
On the subject of the Nexus one, the price isn't a...
Your Article is WRONG!
I Wireless has had the Nexus One at select retail locations since early April. As well, I Wireless doesn't sell T-Mobile, I Wireless is its own carrier separate from T-Mobile. They have a network partnership, and non-comp agreement with T-Mobile, much like MANY other local owned and operated T-Mobile affiliates in the US.
What is hilarious, it SAYS this at the bottom of the press release that is being quoted, and if you CHECKED their web site, as I did, it is easy to see this.
We are the tech media, and we don't care about doing our job.
According to i wireless, "Customers will be able to purchase Android devices, including models that are 3G capable, at over 250 retail locations or at the i wireless website beginning May 18, 2010." Nothing published by i wireless...
Either Google tread softly before or they need to definately market these phones.
Its all about looks and apps. The nexus one has both. I've also been on many phone calls where the noise reduction was great, blocking ALL wind noise and radio noise. Highly recommended.
If I had the money and didn't carry what I sold I'd have this on at&t in a heartbeat. But unfortunately at&t doesn't like anything other than its halo-iphone, so the dell/htc/motorola/other android phones will always be crippled.
Wait a second...