Nearly a dozen photos of the Google Phone, or as it’s formally known as, the Nexus One, has been posted online.
The photos, posted on Engadget, show that the Smartphone comes with only four buttons which are touch sensitive. The phone has a new grid icon at the bottom of the home screen, which when pressed brings up a webOS card-style preview of all home screen pages, according to the post.
Earlier today, the Federal Communications Commission approved HTC Corp's (the Google phone manufacturer's) request for the Nexus One phone. According to the filing - the Nexus One, under model number PB99100 - features Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and expandable storage through a microSD memory card, as well as fast web access.
Other features of the Google phone include quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and comes with UMTS/HSUPA, the frequencies used for this is 850/1700/1900. This means that the Nexus One is capable of 7.2Mbps download speeds and 2MBps upload.
View Engadget's Google Phone / Nexus One photo gallery here.
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