While the Nexus One was a pretty highly-specced phone when it was released back in January, its features are not as impressive as they once were. It's still a powerful phone, but newer devices like the EVO 4G are now able to go toe-to-toe with the Nexus. One feature that the EVO has that the Nexus One has been missing is 720p video recording. Thanks to a hack from the people over at xda-developers, now the Nexus One can shoot HD video, as well. An xda user by the name of charnsingh_online put together a patch for the latest version of CyanogenMod to enable 720p video recording. The hack requires CyanogenMod version CM5.0.8test3 and requires your Nexus One to be rooted. The process doesn't work with Froyo yet, but support for Android 2.2 should be coming soon. While the Nexus One has been the Google Phone, Google will eventually stop pushing new features to the device. The company said in the past that the Nexus One won't be getting FM radio support in Froyo, so it's been up to the community to patch in new features. While Google's lack of support is somewhat disappointing, the Android hacking community has always been strong, and we're sure that we'll continue to see them enable new features on the Nexus One for quite a while. You can check out an example of the Nexus One's 720p video recording below and get all the information and download links you'll need at the xda link.