So I was wrong about Google
The Nexus One looks like a great product, clearly sexier than the Samsung model I was drooling over last summer (and which sort of made it to T-Mobile recently with new software and a new name). Powered by a high-end Qualcomm
But that's not the point. Google isn't even trying to market the Nexus One hard, the way Verizon
If the Nexus One becomes a huge success, it would be a testament to the power of online marketing. Google doesn't intend to sell its phones in physical stores where customers can finger the goods. Launch partner T-Mobile isn't even selling the Nexus One in its own online store, and I suppose Verizon Wireless won't do that either when a Verizon-compatible model becomes available later this spring.
This ain't no iPhone killer, folks. Don't sell your Apple stock based on this announcement, and hang onto your Research In Motion
Do you want a Nexus One? How about some Google stock? Discuss your desires in the comments below.
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