Well, that didn't take long. The Nexus One hasn't existed in the public consciousness for more than a few weeks, yet it's already been fully specced by Engadget. A tipster has given them a full run-down of every single bit of hardware stuffed inside the Nexus One. First off, the Google Phone has a healthy 512 MB of RAM and 512 MBN of ROM. It comes with a 4GB microSD card and can handle up to 32 GB. The camera is 5 MP with AF and an LED flash. The screen is a 3.7" AMOLED display, and this device has HSPA 900/1700/2100. The processor has been confirmed as a Qualcomm 1 GHz Snapdragon, and the launch OS will be Android 2.0. So, the good news is that the Nexus One kicks as much butt as we all hoped it would. The bad news is that it might be harder to come by than we'd thought. While the phone will apparently be launched on January 5, it will initially be available only by invitation. We don't know what criteria these invites will be based on, or how long sales will be kept invite-only. Probably until the devs have a couple of months to play around with their new toys.
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