April launch for Google's mobile phone
1 March 2010 — 11:43 AM
Consumers in the UK could soon find it simpler to get their hands on the Google Nexus One as it due to be officially launched in April, it has been revealed.
The search engine giant's first official partner in this country is Vodafone and the mobile network has been in discussions about offering the handset to its customers on contract tariffs, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Google's device has stirred up a great deal of interest since its worldwide unveiling and has been touted by some sources as a potential challenger to the Apple iPhone.
The handset is currently only available through Google's website, meaning that many potential customers could at present find it an expensive option.
However, a link up with Vodafone could see people able to get the handset far more easily and at a price comparable to other similar smartphones.
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