Google Music Launch Event, No Galaxy Nexus Mention by T-Mobile


Earlier today we learned about Google Music and all the cool new features it will be bringing to not only listeners, but artists as well.

Equally as interesting was the fact that T-Mobile is one of their launch partners — again. As you may recall, back in 2008 T-Mobile was Google’s partner with the G1, the first Android-powered smartphone. Now they’re teaming up to allow purchases of tracks and albums billed directly to your T-Mobile bill.

According to one sharp-eyed pocketnow reader, the demo was performed on a Galaxy Nexus.

Disappointingly, no mention was made by T-Mobile’s Andrew Sherrard about the availability of Google’s next flagship phone, the Galaxy Nexus, coming to Big Magenta. The only picture of a phone T-Mobile showed us was clearly a Samsung phone, just not the Galaxy Nexus.

If you didn’t get to watch the event live, you can watch the recorded version below.

Thanks: Rawat XDA

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