Aug 5th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 10th, 2021, 4:49 pm

Google’s halted the sale of the Google Nexus one on their once-vibrant Phone site, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped selling the phone. If you’re a developer with a Google account with access to the market dashboard, the Nexus One is now officially available for order as Google’s new official developer phone (ADP3) for $529.


The Nexus One succeeds the T-Mobile G1/HTC Dream (ADP1) and the Google ION/HTC Magic (ADP2). You can sign in to your account now and find the “Development Phones” link to get started. Note that the device ships with Android 2.1, but will upgrade to 2.2 after you’ve had it on for a while.

[Update]: Google’s updated their original post to address the question regarding accessories. For now, the accessories for the Nexus One are only available directly from HTC Europe’s online store. They said they’d update everyone with more details soon, so hopefully an option opens up soon here in the states.

[via Google]

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