Google’s highly anticipated smart phone, Nexus One, is already being sold many different locations around the world. But what really comes as a big surprise is that Google is planning to launch a ‘scaled down’ version of Nexus One in India which will have fewer features compared to original Nexus One, says a report.

Although there is no word about the pricing as Google is trying to target a bigger mobile phone Market in India which is dominated by Nokia and Blackberry. However, according to some sources, the price will be much lower than the original one.

The original Nexus One features 5 megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash, 3.7 inch AMOLED touch screen, 512MB Flash along with a 4GB microSD slot, video recording at 20 frames per second and numerous Google services such as Gmail, Google Search etc.

For all that's in the air for now, a report suggests that the new Nexus One for India will have a 3.7 inch AMOLED touch screen and Snapdragon processor but with a downgraded memory and Camera. Now, let's wait and watch if Google really makes a hit on this one.



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