Courtesy of Engadget, the first clear pictures of the Google Phone/Nexus One are hitting the internet. As John noted in his post over at DroidDog, Android 2.0.1 (found on the Nexus One) features a new "grid" icon, which brings up images of all home screens (reminiscent of webOS' cards feature). The device includes Google Maps and Google Goggles, and features four touch sensitive buttons at the bottom (back, menu, home, and search). Engadget reports that there's a manual in the box that points users to google.com/phone/support, but the link is dead at the moment.
Check below for more pictures, and let me know what you think! Worthy of excitement, or just another Android device coming to market?
Via: Engadget Mobile