So I have been following this whole mess of Android devices for a while now. I patiently watched the Droid and Eris be released in hopes of the famed Passion. Now with the release of the T-Mo spec sheet and the "Google" NexusOne, it has thrown quite a curve ball. So I am here to speculate a little more on what I think will come out of this whole mess. First, I must say that my post is ENTIRELY my thoughts and opinions and is based on no facts at all other than what has been read from our good friends at Phandroid/BGR/Engadget/Insert Smartphone Blog Here. Secondly, this all may be boring, old news to you but I just really wanted to put it all down on "paper". Maybe that will help reduce the amount it consumes me on a day-to-day basis, I don't know. Based on all of this, this is what I believe: 1) HTC manufactured the NexusOne, which was largely directed by Google, under the code name "Passion". This phone will be released early in Q1 2010 for GSM. 2) When codenames were released, it also mentioned the "PassionC", which I believe is essentially a CDMA version of the phone (OPTOMISTICALLY!). Although reports say that Verizon didn't want to work with Google on the phone, I believe there is still a CDMA version in development. I can't comment on whether it will be Verizon or Sprint (not likely), but I feel like they wouldn't want to miss out on a 100+ million base of subscribers/potential customers IF the original NexusOne takes to a good liking. 3) HTC is manufacturing the "Bravo" completely separate from anything Passion or NexusOne related. I could go back and forth about when, for whom, and where it will be released, but I just don't have any idea yet. Obviously it will be released GSM in Europe in April, but whether or not it will make it stateside to CDMA prior to that, I'm just not sure (BUT AM STILL OPTOMISTIC). With all that being said, that is basically just a rant to get everything off my chest. I am just a current and continued Verizon customer who is looking for the newest, fastest, thinnest, biggest screened, most top of the line, best in class Smartphone (aren't we all---we'll maybe not all Verizon based at least).