The Nexus One is live! But, there’s a catch. Google’s own-branded Android “superphone” (a term that Google termed to describe their Nexus One) is so far only compatible with GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile USA. If you’re looking for 3D data speeds, you’re only bet is T-Mobile – the Nexus One will only do EDGE data on AT&T’s network. But fret not, Verizon subscriber, your day will soon come. Google confirmed today that the Nexus One will be available from Verizon (as well as Vodafone) in the Spring of 2010.
For the being, however, you’ll have to make due with the Verizon Motorola Droid. Google’s Nexus One online store states that the Nexus One is “coming soon” to Verizon, and offers a link to the Motorola Droid website for those of you who just can’t stand to wait a few months for Google’s first superphone to go live your carrier of choice.
So, what are you going to do? Wait for the Nexus One to launch on Verizon? Grab a Nexus One for T-Mobile or AT&T? Just grab a Motorola Droid and be done with it? Let us know in the comments below!