Google’s Nexus One Smartphone is Officially Dead

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Google Nexus One SmartphoneToday Google says goodbye to its Nexus One Smartphone. The Nexus One was first introduced in January of 2010 and quickly became the “the word” on Gadget and Technology Blogs. However the Android-Powered handset didn’t become a sales chart topper, in its first 74 days of availability, it was predicted that Google managed to sell only 135,000 units of the Smartphone. I guess they really tired to get the handset more appealing to customers by giving it the Android Froyo 2.2 Update, but evidently that didn’t work.

The handset boasted a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 480×800 AMOLED display, and runs the Android 2.1 Eclair OS. Sometime last week Google announced that they have received the last shipment of Nexus Ones and this week they say Goodbye.

However don’t cry about this lost, because there are many new Android Powered Handsets coming such as the upcoming Motorola Droid 2 or go an order the Android Phone that is in high demand, the Motorola Droid X.

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