Google in a blog post has said that it will continue to make available the first Android phone Nexus One to developers for purchase at $529. Developers will be able to order the phone by signing in to their Android developer account followed by clicking on “Development phones” link. And, well, currently registering as an Android developer requires $25.
However, it appears that only 900/1700/2100 MHz 3G models are available. Making available Nexus One to developers will not only help them to build android apps using either SDK or the NDK, but will also led them to experiment with the modified version of Android platform. Further, it is also important to note that phone will be shipped with it running over Android 2.1 along with upgrading itself automatically to Android 2.2 once the user turns it on. Earlier this month, Google ramped up offering Nexus one from its Google store.
It is also being reported that accessories of Google Nexus One are currently available over HTC’s European online store.