It's the end of the line for the Nexus One in the U.S. as Google sells off the last batch of phones
Was the experiment by Google a success? After all, the handset was more than just the "Google phone". The idea was to offer a handset independently of any carrier and let the buyer pick the operator he/she wanted to use. Right off the bat, there were changes in the plan as the initial launch gave U.S. buyers only one carrier to choose from, which was T-Mobile. Instead of buying the phone and then browsing for service separately, the buyer purchased the phone on Google's web site and at the same time, contracted through the Google page for service from T-Mobile. Just recently, the Mountain View based firm called the Nexus One experiment a success. Even so, as we told you, Google says that a Nexus Two is out of the question.
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