Well here you have it, crystal clear photos of Nexus One or Google Phone. As you can see by the photos, the design of the device is largely similar to those we’ve seen, but the graphic on back is slightly different
Android 2.1 OS features new 3D elements to the app tray, as well as an extended amount of homescreens, though it looks like the lock screen / mute is the same as in Android 2.0.1.
Additionally, there’s now a new grid icon at the bottom of the homescreen, which when pressed brings up a webOS card-style preview of all homescreen.
Quite clearly this device is running on T-Mobile, and is also using WiFi, so there’s two other questions you’ve got answers to. The phone also appears to come loaded up with Google Navigation (a bit of a no-brainer) and the brand-spanking-new Google Goggles.
In the packaging there’s a quick start guide which points users to a “questions” page at google.com/phone/support. The page is a dead end right now, if there is a real Google Phone in the offing, that seems a likely landing page for support.