Google Nexus One last batch arrives at Google HQ

Yesterday's 'iPhone Killer' reaches the end of the line

The days are numbered for Google's own smartphone.

The last batch of Google's once proud rival to the iPhone, the Google Nexus One, has arrived at Google HQ, and after they're gone, it's curtains for the smartphone.

Google annouced earlier in May that it was halting production on the Nexus One, and that it had no plans for a follow up (the Nexus Two, presumably).

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The launch of the Nexus One was faced with a slew of problems including shipping delays, poor customer support in the US, original lack of multi-touch and disappointingly low early sales, which scuppered its chances at making serious waves in the Sea of Apple, beyond those of Google's Android OS.