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Google may no longer sell the device in the US, but that doesn’t mean that love their baby any less, with a new build for the Nexus One appearing over the weekend.

While not yet officially released, the ever-diligent folks over at XDA Developers have unearthed a spanking-new build for the device that reportedly brings with it some speed improvements (as can bee seen in the benchmarks above), as well as some improvements to WiFi that help establish a connection faster.

As is expected in the fast-moving Android Dev world, you can expect this build to start making its way onto community ROMs for handsets other than the Nexus One very soon.

Keen to get this onto your Nexus One ASAP? MoDaCo have a host of files ready and waiting for you as we speak, or else check the original thread over at XDA for some more info. As is often the case with leaked builds, you will lose access to the Android Market, unless your seasoned enough to know how to fix that problem. Google’s your friend here.

[via Engadget]
[image via MoDaCo]

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