updated 10:15 am EDT, Mon March 15, 2010
Google, Verizon set for Nexus One this month
HTC has already started shipping the Nexus One to Verizon, Taiwan's Economic Daily News paper wrote on Monday. The deliveries of the CDMA version would be timed for Google and Verizon to start selling the Android "superphone" either later this month or in early April. The timing would line up with rumors of a March 23rd release at this year's spring CTIA.
Many expect the phone to just make a network switch and to still use a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, Android 2.1, GPS and Wi-Fi. One internal Verizon document has suggested that it may use the Sense UI from its creator HTC, although this may be an error as Google considers the Nexus One its "pure" Android design.
Alongside the Verizon model, HTC is believed to be shipping the Vodafone model soon, synchronizing with a European release in April. The phone producer is also believed to be launching the Windows Mobile-equipped HD mini this week in the Cantonese-speaking areas of Hong Kong and Taiwan.