Google Nexus One Phone might get T-Mobile tag but non-exclusive
Here is another update to the list growing number news about Google Phone. I seriously doubt authenticity of some of these rumors that are cropping from no where. Just a week ago, everybody was denying the existence of Google Phone and now everybody has a news to share about it.
Anyways, Mediamemo reports via some of its sources that Google Phone might get a carrier in the form of T-Mobile. But the phone won’t be exclusive to T-Mobile and you could even use AT&T sim, as Nexus One would sell unlocked.
T-Mobile might have been roped in to get some deals for the customer who otherwise would have to pay hefty sums in the form of non-subsidized phone price. There is another news to it that Google approached Verizon first but it was only after Verizon declined they got in T-Mobile.
Verizon would have been a better choice as it has already in place ad campaign making Droid a hero.
The Nexus One is poised to launch as early as January but should be relatively expensive due to its unsubsidized price: it’s due to have an OLED touchscreen, 3G, a 5-megapixel camera and a quick 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.