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Evidence is mounting that Google’s smartphone will be called the Nexus One, following the appearance of a video showing the phone’s packaging and OS.

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The video was posted onto a blog called The Nexus One – which doesn’t seem to hold any official links with Google – and appears to show the Google handset hovering over a white cardboard box emblazoned with “nexusone” branding.

It’s widely believed that the handset will run version 2.1 of Google’s Android OS and although the video doesn’t confirm this, it does at least show the OS’ famous green Android lurking on the phone’s screen.

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A “Welcome to Nexus One” message also runs below the Android image.

A second Nexus One video on the website also appears to show the smartphone running a weather application, while red, green, yellow and blue lines dart across the phone’s screen in the background.

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The website has even promised to “upload many more pictures, videos and [a] review” of the Nexus One over the next few hours. ®

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