Mobile phone carrier Verizon is reportedly getting ready for the launch of Nexus One on its airwaves, at least this is what the latest reports on the matter suggest. It seems that the Verizon-bound Nexus One units are already being shipped to Google's warehouse, and that the launch should be made either before the end of this month or in April. Previously, the Nexus One was rumored to be on its way to become available with Verizon Wireless connectivity on March 23, and it seems that those rumors might actually prove true in the end.
Some documents regarding the CDMA version of Nexus One
already emerged into the wild, showing that the device will be sold exclusively via Google's web portal, just as the model available with T-Mobile connectivity does. All in all, it seems that Google will remain faithful to the marketing strategy it introduced at the beginning of the year, which includes the selling of Android-based mobile phones with or without contracts with various carriers.
Among the rumors that surrounded the launch of Nexus One with support for Verizon Wireless' network, we spotted one suggesting that the device might also come with HTC's Sense solution on board, but it all proved false in the end. Considering the fact that Nexus One
is being sold exclusively via Google, it makes sense that the company does not allow for third-party user interfaces to be pre-loaded on the handset.
However, it seems that those who are fond of HTC Sense will also have the opportunity to enjoy the software solution on a future HTC Android device, the HTC Incredible
. This device is said to be Verizon's own version of the Nexus One. European carriers will soon launch a similar device, the HTC Desire, which is a Nexus One model with HTC Sense and a series of other small tweaks. Nexus One is also expected to soon become available in Europe on Vodafone's airwaves
, yet no specific details on the matter emerged at the moment.