Regarded as being the flagship smartphone of choice for Google, Korea is the first to officially experience the Nexus One's glory of being packed with the tasty treat of Froyo from the onset. Customers on board with mobile operator KT, the country's second largest carrier, will have the chance of buying the prized handset online first with an eventual availability in retail stores starting next Monday. Going for a no-contract price of 699,600 won ($577), early adopters will feast on all of the neat new stuff accompanying the Froyo packed handset – such as Adobe Flash 10.1 support, quicker web browsing, and enhanced voice recognition. Now that this is out of the bag, it would bode well for Nexus One owners all around the world as it would signal the eventual release of a Froyo update for other markets. For those Nexus One owners who kicked themselves for buying the handset and not waiting for other ones like the Droid Incredible or EVO 4G, you'll have a nice smile on your face knowing that Google is keeping you in mind first.