Verizon version of Nexus One to be available March 23rd?

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Verizon version of Nexus One to be available March 23rd?
On Friday, we reported that the Nexus One had made it past the FCC. As we all know, the next carrier that will have the honor of providing service for the Android 2.1 device is Verizon. According to Neowin, we now have a date when Big Red will start supporting the phone, which is the first CDMA version of the handset. A tipster close to the situation has told the site that March 23rd is the day when Big Red customers can buy the phone from Google's web site and have it activated over Verizon's CDMA Ev-Do network. Currently, only T-Mobile supports the N-One. March 23rd happens to be the opening day of the CTIA show in the U.S. and it is not known if Verizon will be holding a press conference to discuss the Nexus One. Pricing also is an unknown. Currently the handset runs unlocked for $529 and costs $179 with a 2 year T-Mobile contract. The Nexus One is manufactured by HTC and is sold by Google at Right at this moment, it is the only Android phone running the 2.1 OS and Flash 10.1 is expected to be made available as a download to the phone sometime in the first half of the year.

HTC Nexus One CDMA Preliminary Specifications | Review (GSM)

source: Neowin


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