Nexus One OTA upgrade out today, brings multi-touch

Nexus One OTA upgrade out today, brings multi-touch
A OTA upgrade for the Nexus One has been released today and among the things it brings to the device is a can of Raid to kill off some of the bugs on the phone, multi-touch support for pinch-to-zoom in the browser, gallery and apps, and Google Goggles. The latter can be found in the All Apps section and uses the device's camera to search the web. Google Maps is upgraded to version 3.4 which automatically changes your screen at night, and allows you to search for places from your history making it easier to find locations you've been to before. 3G connectivity is improved. The update will be rolled out during the week and you will receive a notification when it is your turn. Let us know when you get your upgrade and if you're diggin' the pinch-to-zoom on the browser. We're sure that DROID owners are now wondering when it will be their turn to get multi-touch in the browser.

HTC Nexus One Specifications | Review

source: GoogleEngadget via BGR


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