Nexus One FRF72 software update has started rolling out! Google has just started pushing the software update OTA internally, and will be followed by a public release real soon. And no, it’s not Android 2.3 ;)
Not much is known about what new changes and features have been added in this FRF72 software update for Nexus One, but it looks nothing more than bug fix and improvement release.
Android 2.2 (Froyo) is now available to most of the Nexus One users, ofcourse, except the users have rooted their N1 will have to wait for an officialFroyo dump for their devices to update.
This update comes with an interesting feature which was never highlighted at the Google I/O 2010, trackball colours! This feature was rumoured months ago to be included in the next Android update, and it really is, but was never mentioned anywhere by Google. Or may be, it’s only for the N1 trackball?
Nexus One finally gets the most-wanted feature, multitouch, in an OTA software update a few minutes ago.
Google has started rolling out the Nexus One software update which brings some great new features, and fixes a few problems that some users might have experienced. More changes after the jump.
Google Nexus One – one of the most hyped and rumoured phone of all time was finally revealed and launched today a couple of hours ago at the Android Press Conference which was updated live online along with live video streaming.
Not just the phone, the software demo along with some history lessons about the Android and its development and the Google Earth for Android app was also announced!
A few weeks ago, a rumour broke out of HTC working on a flagship product which will be powered by Android. Later it was confirmed that, yes indeed, HTC is working on something with 1GHz SnapDragon processor.
HTC Bravo will have a 1GHz CPU and will be powered by Android. The same phone will go in the UK by the name of HTC Passion.
Every tech and gadget blog you see now has news and photos of the upcoming Google Phone that Google announced a couple of days ago.
We even got a leaked photo of the Google Phone aka Nexus One. And here we have another one by a San Francisco based blogger, Cory Oâ€™Brien.
For God knows, how many years this rumour has been going on of Google working on its own phone. Even when the rumours were high at peak last year, Google announced G1.
Today they confirmed, that Google is indeed working on a new Google Phone and well, according to the specifications known so far, is a very cool phone!