By Susan Ellery December 12, 2009 0 0 0 198 Google phone to be called the Nexus One ANother little tidbit of information on the Google phone popped up on the Wall Street Journal this evening. According to the WSJ, the Google phone will be called the Nexus One, will be manufactured by HTC, and sold online through Google. Google reportedly tweaked the Android OS, customizing everything down to the look and feel of each screen. The floodgates have opened and all the salient information on the Google phone have popped up on the Wall Street Journal and TechCrunch today. According to the WSJ, the Google phone will be called the Nexus One, will be manufactured by HTC, and sold online as an unlocked handset directly through Google starting early next year. Google reportedly tweaked the Android 2.1 OS, customizing everything from the applications on the phone to the look and feel of each screen. Hardware-wise, the Nexus One is reportedly a modified HTC Passion, sporting a high resolution AMOLED display, a Snapdragon processor, dual mics, unusually large camera, and advanced voice-to-text features. And yes, all the Google employees with that hot, new handset are rocking the Nexus One and it is supposedly the long-rumored Google phone. [via WSJ and TechCrunch]Advertisement 0 0 0 previous postWith more than fifty new phones predicted, will 2010 be the year of Android?next postIs this the new Google Nexus One?