At the other end of the scale is the Nexus One. On the carrier's web site is a listing for the 1GHz Snapdragon powered phone with a 3.7 inch AMOLED display, which is being offered unsubsidized for $529. Click on the N-One's listing and you are redirected to Google's web page to buy the so-called "Google phone" featuring "3G compatible with T-Mobile." As we've reported, Google has started to put the Nexus One inside some retail stores after giving up its dream to change the way cellphones are sold in the country. The Mountain View based firm had the idea to offer the N-One online via a Google web page and let the buyer choose which carrier he/she wanted. Unfortunately, Americans were not ready for changes and certain issues-like the program's inability for prospective buyers to hold the phone and see it up close and in action-were obstacles that in the end, were too high to clear.
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