Final shipment of the Nexus One sold out on Google’s Phone Store
Google has officially sold out their entire inventory of the Nexus One. If you visit Google’s phone store, you’ll be greeted with a message, stating that the Nexus One can no longer be purchased directly from Google. The news is not surprising, given that Google did mention a while back that they would be closing up shop and the fact that last week they received their final shipment of the phone from HTC. Most of us were expecting Google’s inventory of the Nexus One to last a few more week. While Google doesn’t have any phones to ship out to potential customers, those of you still on the market for a new Nexus One will still be able to get your hands on one. Google’s help center points out that the Nexus One is still available from Vodafone in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. And those living in South Korea should still be able to get their hands on the phone through KT.
While the Nexus One reign as the elite Android superphone has been surpassed by nearly a half dozen phones in the past six months, it’s probably still one of the most sought-after phones for Android purists. Google will most likely continue to support the Nexus One with new firmware updates over the next year, bringing a smile to those lucky enough to own the only official “Google Phone” ever to be sold.
Source: Google Phone Store