Try to Get Yourself a Nexus One Before the Month is Over


If you were planning on buying a Nexus One soon, you’ve probably already heard that Google’s received their last shipment. Thankfully, Google’s been doing some homework and has figured that their remaining stock could be depleted within 10 days. It sounds like more than enough time to grab one straight from Mountain View, but the word “within” should urge you to purchase one ASAP.

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The days of the Nexus One are numbered, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen the last of it. Once stock is out the web store will be closed, but you will be able order the Nexus One through the market dashboard if you’re a developer (market.google.com) and there’s a chance that some retailers and carriers will jump on board to offer this phone themselves. As it stands, though, Google still considers this the Android handset to model after at the moment, so there’s no reason to let out a soulful “Rest In Peace” for this one.

[LA Times via Android Central]

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The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. DEVELOP NEXUS 2 GOOGLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! please!

  2. Inspiron41 Keep your eyes on the HTC Emerald ;)

  3. Any word on Google unlocking the “hidden” features of the phone? I love my Nexus, glad I bought it and sad to see such a great phone be discontinued (way too early!).

  4. I got mine 2 days ago and loving it so far!

  5. I’m not giving mine up anytime soon. :) There will be a Nexus two. Even If we all have to spam google with messages. It’s one of the last phones that runs Vanilla Android.

  6. Phone Only

    $529.00Nexus One Phone

    Buy the phone without service and insert your own SIM card. Includes a Nexus One phone case, wall charger, and USB cable. Free shipping in the continental US.

    Compatible with 3G on T-Mobile (U.S.)

    Supports three 3G/UMTS bands (900/AWS/2100 MHz) and four GSM radio frequencies (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)

    Sorry, this item is temporarily not available.

    Compatible with 3G on AT&T (U.S.) and these wireless providers in Canada.

    Supports three 3G/UMTS bands (850/1900/2100 MHz) and four GSM radio frequencies (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)

    Sorry, this item is temporarily not available.

    It looks like your only option now is to get one with a new T-Mobile account or add a line.

  7. I’ve bought 4 Nexus Ones since they became available (Girlfriend and I switched from T-Mobile to AT&T for coverage reasons).

    It really is a great phone and help urged phone manufacturer’s to go from the standard 330Mhz-550Mhz processors to the 1Ghz. However (as with any technology), the Nexus One isn’t up to spec with some of the new phones like the HTC EVO and Droid X.

    I do wish my Nexus One had a front camera and a physical keyboard (No virtual keyboard, SWYPE, etc. will ever make up for a real keyboard to me).

    I was lucky enough that my girlfriend and me are grandfathered in to the unlimited data plan on AT&T, and being the first phones (and only ones on AT&T ever) with the official untouched 2.2 Froyo, we do enjoy it very much so, especially because we live in the country where only dial-up is an option, so tethering is essential.

    Thank you Google for the short-lived Nexus One. If a Nexus 2 ever came out, I would jump on board with that phone as well. Receiving updates straight from Google is very nice and the ONLY reason I put with AT&T.

  8. The web store says that the phone is “no longer available for purchase”.

    Looks like those projects were a little generous.

  9. *projections

  10. gone already?

  11. it just sold out….

  12. What a shame. I bought one of these when it came out for AT&T for the use as a backup and test phone. It’s the best Android model out there! Too bad that Google messed up their Marketing Plan.

  13. Why bother? I own the Nexus One, and while it’s an interesting gadget, the issues with the screen are just unbearable.

    I advice anybody interested in an Android device to get the Vibrant on T-Mobile, it’s easy as pie to unlock and it’s a hell of a phone.

  14. I have no issues with the screen of my nexus one

  15. @Vegeta Really you don’t like the software keyboards for me it’s Swype > HTC Sense Keyboard > Stock Keyboard > Hardware Keyboard or maybe its because I’m bad like that ;)

  16. @Luca Candela I’ve been there also I had a bad screen 3 months until I got a replacement from HTC and now no problems what so ever. Also don’t be fooled NO software update will fix that screen problem NONE. People who have had their Nexus One since January and who have the touchscreen problem have reported that after update 2.1 update 1 and 2.2 they still see the problem so just get a replacement.

  17. No longer available. Apparently Google sold off the last shipment much quicker than expected and the phone is no longer available on the website. Now a collector’s item.

  18. a collectors item? no a marketing trick, thanks vodafone europe first sell al lot of contracts and then they don’t deliver. for a vodafone customer it was possible to renew your contract and get it the nexus one for free, and now? no phone, silence @ vodafone and other resellers. i am sick of so much disrespect for your customers

  19. nexus one is important for devs so that they can implement features such as apps2sd and there won’t be that many headaches once everyone else gets froyo.

  20. This morning before work the nexus one was no longer available, and that information was already in my Reader. Then I come home to this? Do a little research.

  21. Will the carriers have a back stock for current N1 owners? What happens if our devices are lost or stolen?

  22. @lisa I was thinking the same thing… what happens when my trackball takes a dump like my g1 did 3 times… do they do replacements? what do they replace it with?

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