Nexus One going globally via retail channels and existing web store will transform into online showcase window

Android, Google's mobile operating system is no longer an experiment, and is now a popular software, “Eric Schmidt, said that "65,000 mobile phones powered by Google's Android are being shipped every day" and that "Android is now being used on 34 mobile devices in 49 countries". And NPD reports that Andriod is the second most […]

Android, Google's mobile operating system is no longer an experiment, and is now a popular software, “Eric Schmidt, said that "65,000 mobile phones powered by Google's Android are being shipped every day" and that "Android is now being used on 34 mobile devices in 49 countries". And NPD reports that Andriod is the second most poupular smartphone OS in the US.”

“As the adoption of Android delivered through Nexus One has found its way into numerous Android handsets, like Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G and Verizon Droid Incredible by HTC has exceeded our expectations, the web store hasn’t. So, we’re announcing following changes: “» More retail availability. Nexus One will be available in more countries, the “same model” adopted in Europe » From retail to viewing. we'll stop selling handsets via web store, and will instead use it as an online store window to showcase a variety of Android phones,” writes Google.

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