This landing page for Google’s Webstore prominently features the Nexus One next to a button that takes users to the purchase options.
3Click an App Icon
4Nexus One 3D Tour
Want to see something snazzier? Google offers this 3D tour of the Nexus One features. It takes several seconds to load, but when it does, users can click on the pull cord and click to see the phone’s dimensions, weight, screen, feel and accessories.
5You Can Almost Imagine It in Your Hand …
Google lays out the technical specifications of the Nexus One on one big Web page.
7What Does This Button Do?
Clicking on the Get The Phone button pulls up purchase plans for the Nexus One. Note the buttons preparing consumers for the Nexus One support from Verizon and Vodafone. Users can also click a button to get alerts about when the Nexus One is available from Verizon and Vodafone to their Gmail account.
9SIM Card Check
Read this page to see if your phone’s SIM card will work in the Nexus One.
10Check The Coverage
Google offers this Google Map for T-Mobile customers to see if they’re covered with the Nexus One.
Here is the support page for the Google Nexus One.