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[Q] Codename For The Nexus One Before Release???

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By jm5503, Senior Member on 7th May 2011, 08:53 PM
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Hey guys i wanted to know what was the codename for the nexus one before release.....if im not mistaken it was the HTC Dragon right???? I just wanted to know that i was correct......
 
 
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Anyone??? Just a yes or no would do
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Pretty sure it was the HTC Passion.
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Yes HTC Passion
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Thx.........
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It was both the HTC Dragon and Passion. It was released as the Passion though.
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Heres a little background on the codename
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its a bit of gud ol info... cheers...


ans in the phandroid link it says "a whooping 1ghz processor"... how funny...
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