T-Mobile is still the only operator out there to offer subsidized Nexus Ones. However, this is going to change soon. Really soon. Reportedly, Vodafone UK are getting Google's first very own Android-based device in April.
Previous rumors hinted of a launch in March but alas Vodafone customers will have to wait another month.
Again, to place an order, you'll have to go to google.com/phone. However at this stage there is still no word on subsidized pricing and available contracts.
We are now expecting to see Google do something about the regional availability of the Nexus one. Currently, if you want to have a brand new Google Nexus One (like the one we reviewed the other day), you have to live in the USA, Hong Kong, Singapore or in the UK. Yeap, the list is still that short.
I tell you what. There is very noticeable difference between 3G and 3Gs versions of iPhone. Android got its first lossless music player. Nexus One now can play FLAC, APE, WV files. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=575923
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