Most of us have seen this phone already for the past week, and especially when Engadget got its hands on the phone today. The Nexus One does not differ much from other form factors of Android equipped phones we have seen up to this point. While there is no HTC mark on it, the phone appears to be from HTC and matches the form factor and build quality of their other handsets. The hardware remains a mystery as to the exact specs, but the Android 2.1 equipped Nexus One adds some tasty treats to the OS itself. The app tray now benefits from 3D elements while there is a new added "Grid view" that allows you to see all home screen elements at once. You also get more home screens for your shortcuts and widgets.
Overall the phone is a very nice, yet is a normal Android form factor. If the actual OS is smooth and fluid unlike the many other phones currently available, it will be a serious competitor to the overall design and usability of the iPhone.