The waiting has come to an end. The Google Phone a.k.a Nexus one has been finally released. Official webpage of the phone at www.google.com/phone has also gone live.
Technical specifications of the phone can be found here. The device designed by Google and built by HTC is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 512MB of ROM & 512MB of RAM. It includes features like GPS, accelerometer, proximity sensor, a 5 mega pix camera with LED flash and an additional microphone for noise cancellation. With a weight of 130 gms and a thickness of 11.5mm, Google boasted that the handset is no thicker than a number two pencil, and no heavier than a Swiss Army knife.
Unfortunately, the phone is not available in India. I see the following message when visiting the official webpage
Sorry, the Nexus One phone is not available in your country.
According to the sales page of the phone, Nexus One is currently available only in the U.S. The phone is available for a contract free price of $529 or a subsidized rate of $179 on a two year contract with T-Mobile. The page says that the Google phone will be available in US from Verizon wireless and in Europe from Vodafone in spring 2010.
The phone can be personalized with a two line engraving at the back of the phone.