We’ll keep this short and sweet. Google launched the Nexus One phone today. Here’s my review. We have one that we’re going to give away to a TechCrunch reader. You can buy one here for $529 (or $179 with a two year T-Mobile contract).
Or you can get this one from us for free. Hereā€™s how you can get the device. Just do one of two things: either retweet this post, and make sure to include the #techcrunch hashtag, or leave a comment below telling us why this device must be yours. The contest ends at noon California time tomorrow (Wednesday). Please only tweet the message once, anyone tweeting repeatedly will be disqualified. Weā€™ll randomly select a winner tomorrow afternoon and contact you for more details.
This is a fully unlocked GSM phone that will work almost anywhere in the world, although full 3G support will only work in the U.S., Hong Kong, U.K. and Singapore. You’ll have to supply your own SIM card. Anyone is elegible to win, and we’ll pay the shipping. Just comment below or send out that tweet. Let us know your shirt size and we’ll also send you a TechCrunch tshirt.
Update: We have a winner.
The Nexus One is the Google Phone launched on January 5th, 2010. The phone is sold at google.com/phone and it will be soon available at T-Mobile. The phone runs Android software on a Qualcomm 1 GHz Snapdragon chip, has a super high-resolution OLED touchscreen, is thinner than the iPhone, has no keyboard, and two mics. The mic on the back of the phone helps eliminate background noise, and it also has a Ć¢ā‚¬Å“weirdlyĆ¢ā‚¬Ā¯ large camera for a phone. And if...