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Google's first self-branded smartphone will soon be available on each of the four major cellular networks in the U.S.
Sprint just officially announced the impending arrival of Google Nexus One, though it neglected to reveal pricing or a release date. Details will likely become somewhat clearer at next week's CTIA conference.
Google's attempt to sell the Nexus One directly to consumers has been a bust so far. With versions covering all four carriers however, the sleek smartphone has a much better chance of being noticed. Even still, a bit of advertising certainly wouldn't hurt.
The Google Nexus One features a 3.7-inch touchscreen, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and Android 2.1, and is already available for T-Mobile and AT&T. A Verizon Wireless-compatible version will become available sometime this spring.
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