As promised, Google is continuing their rollout of the Nexus One with service providers across the globe. Korea’s KT has just announced that the Nexus One will be available on their network, starting June 21. The initial handset launch will be limited to only 4,000 units, but KT is promising that they will have enough Nexus One handsets in July to stock all their store shelves across the country.
KT customers who are willing to sign a two year contract will be able to snatch up Google’s Nexus One for 150,000 won ($125) or they could opt for a contract free purchase of 699,600 won ($576). While KT’s Nexus One will feature the same specs as the U.S. and European versions, the Korean version will be loaded up with Froyo right from the start. Google hasn’t announced when Android 2.2 would be officially pushed out to the Nexus One, but I’m sure they wouldn’t let their U.S. and European customers wait too long after its launch in Korea next week.