We have been covering the Google Conference about Android and Nexus One quite extensively today. If you missed any of our previous posts, you can take a look at them below.
- Key Announcements From Google Android/Nexus One Event
- Nexus One vs Motorola Droid vs iPhone 3GS Detailed Comparison
- Nexus One Google Phone, From Rumor to Reality: The Complete Coverage
However, now that the phone is out and users can buy it for either $179 with a contract or $599 unlocked at google.com/phone, is it really worth buying?
BillShrink has the answer to that question in the form of a cost of ownership comparison between the Nexus One, iPhone 3GS, Motorola Droid and Palm Pre.
From the comparison done, Palm Pre is the cheapest phone to own over 2 years. However, Nexus One is cheaper than both the Motorola Droid and iPhone 3GS, thanks to the network it will be available on, T-Mobile.
Take a look at the chart below, courtesy BillShrink.