HTC and Google launched the "Google phone" yesterday called the Nexus One. Mine came overnight and is up and running on T-Mobile at this time. The hardware is sleek and the internals are the best we have seen on an Android device. Check out a few unboxing and orientation photos in this preview of the Nexus One.
There was literally no protection for my Nexus One other than the retail box itself.
This sleek white box with primary colors is solid and helped protect my new device.
After taking off the top cover you see the Nexus One in a form fitting spot.
This cool slip case has the Android guy on it.
Follow these steps to start using your Nexus One.
You will find the Nexus One, case, battery, charger, stereo headset, and USB cable in the box.
This is a decent sized battery that will hopefully keep this new Android device powered up for at least a day.
The trackpad is here, but the other buttons are touch sensitive areas for back, menu, home, and search.
It fits very well in my hand and has nice curves and a solid build.
Google and HTC have logos on the back with the top part removable for the battery, SIM card, and microSD card.
The camera has a LED flash to go along with it. The small opening to the right is for the speakerphone.
A look at where the battery goes.
The battery needs to be removed to place these cards into their slots.
The lower half is covered in soft touch material and is not removable.
A microUSB port is used for charging and connecting to a PC. A mic and three leads for noise cancellation are present on the bottom.
A 3.5mm headset jack and power button are found on the top.
The volume controls are on the left side.
A slight modification to my shirt is needed for the Nexus One.
That OLED looks great on the Nexus One with Live Wallpapers.