Google’s revealed the first in a series of videos on the creation of the Google Nexus One. It focuses on the story behind the Google Android smartie’s design but also gives a glimpse of as-yet-unannounced Google Nexus One docks.
Using a similar handmade style as its Google Chrome ads, Google’s Nexus One documentary features Erick Tseng of the Google Android team, HTC’s project manager Tomasz Hasinki and Lloyd Watts of Audience, creators of the phone’s noise reduction tech.
The Google Nexus One film gives some insight into how HTC chose the materials for the phone and goes into a bit of detail about how Audience’s two mic noise reduction system. But the tastiest bit of the 4-minute clip is a glimpse of previously mentioned but not officially announced Google Nexus One docks.
Three docks get a starring role in the Google Nexus One clip. One, the desktop dock, is already available but the other two appear to be a desktop dock with a built-in spare battery charger and a car dock for turning your Nexus One into an in-car sat-nav. Google’s clip doesn’t mention when the docks might be available but outing them publicly suggests it will be soon.
Out now | £varies | Google