The mobile operator Vodafone is not willing to affirm speculations that Google's Nexus One mobile phone will be supported by its network in April. This leads to one to conjecture that the device may have lead to further delays.
Nexus One was released in January as the flagship Android OS smartphone. However, recurring delays imply that the phone may be further delayed in the UK.
Vodafone spokesperson declined to comment on the issue and only evinced that the device will be available in “spring”.
It is believed that Vodafone’s procrastination may result in negative consequences for the smartphone. Nexus One may fall far behind in the race of smartphones. At present, the phone is receiving competition by HTC’s Desire and Sony’s Xperia.
In the mean time, there have been reports of a video release of a Nexus One handset with 802.11n WiFi capability. It is reported that the Broadcom chipset inherent in the device backs the wireless networking standard; however, the drivers have still to enable WiFi. This video increases the chances of a possible update in the impending future, which would enable Google smartphone to support WiFi.
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