Mar 08 AT 6:46 PM Taylor Wimberly 31 Comments

Could Google’s superphone land in Verizon stores?

Verizon’s version of the Nexus One is coming this spring and could be unveiled as early as March 23rd. The phone will definitely be sold online through Google’s phone store, but BGR is reporting it might also be available in stores. Several Verizon employees have said they already received training on the Nexus One.

This would be a surprise move by Google because they did not do this for T-Mobile (and were heavily criticized). Others have also speculated Google did this intentionally to limit sales since this was their first smartphone they have sold and supported. Google might feel this phone is ready for prime time now that they setup a call center and released several OTA updates (which addressed some 3G issues).

Verizon customers: Would you be more likely to purchase the Nexus One if you could hold it in your hands first?

Source: BGR

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