Verizon Nexus One may get HTC’s own custom interface Sense UI, rather than Google’s Android 2.1. Apart from switching to CDMA, reports say that the phone will be only available for sale online, through Google. Verizon’s Nexus One boasts of features like multi-touch inputs, an all-at-once look of the phone’s home screen, and new widgets.
Both the versions of the Nexus One have almost the same specs like 512 MB of RAM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 5.0 megapixel camera and 1 GHz Qualcomm processor.
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