all of the droids equate but some droids are more match than others. google it. you’ll get the nexus one. there are around 50 smartphones and pills operation android nowadays. that’s right, out of all the offspring they fathered with the open handset alliance, google lastly have one proudly to call their own.
what exactly does it mean? welllll.. not that the ones we’ve seen so far are some destitute half-blood droids but the nexus one is invented to be the thing. for one, it’s the first snapdragon-powered android and it shows. the nexus one is wickedly firmly. the wvga touchscreen is a pleasure to look at, and it’s only the moment amoled pose to find on an android handset. d1 cartridge is convinced to enhance the agreement too, and perhaps so will the live wallpapers.
awash in rumors well before launch, the google nexus one was officially revealed in january 2010 and it became existing right after the unveiling aftermath. of course, the first units were too retail only in a very partial number of countries (uk, singapore and hong kong).
anyway google are to gain shipping their nexus one through different carriers across europe, starting with vodafone this spiral. that’s about the time when verizon subscribers will be receiving a cdma edition of the symbol. google have a telephone to sell, so it’s a just guess they’ll be since to it that everyone can have it. now, will everyone want to? let’s see.
key advantages over other
* quad-gang gsm and dual-stripe 3g bracket
* 3.7" 16m-flush capacitive amoled touchscreen of wvga (480x 800 pixel) resolution
* 7.2 mbps hsdpa and 2 mbps hsupa endorse
* android os v2.1 with kinetic scrolling and pinch zooming
* qualcomm snapdragon qsd8250 1 ghz mainframe
* slim profile and some great make worth
* 512 mb ram and 512 mb rom
* d1 (720 x 480 pixels) cassette record @ 24fps
* 5 mp autofocus camera with led glint and geo-category
* wi-fi and gps with a-gps
* accelerometer and proximity feeler
* microsd slot, bundled with a 4gb license
* standard 3.5 mm audio jack
* trackball navigation
* microusb seaport (charging) and stereo bluetooth v2.1
main bad things :(
* no flash funding for the web browser (renew is on the way)
* no divx and xvid video playback
* no smart and influence dialing
* no fanatical camera close key
* somewhat clumsy camera edge and partial camera features
* non hot-swappable recall license
* the soft keys below the display are fairly unresponsive
* no fm radio
the google buzz has htc fingerprints all over it. we just had the pleasure of the htc desire at the wmc and we somewhat liked what we saw. there’s no wisdom to demand minus of the nexus one – somewhat the reverse in fact, a little bit of bias only seems right.
the google nexus one won’t come with the htc sense of course, but who would’ve expected so! the android 2.1 novelties will keep you occupied enough well, but the first thing on everyone’s brain will be: is there any unusual google handling the nexus one is getting?
the hottest of the androids is in a way the firstborn, for all the good and the bad of it. it’s all in the name truly: a name that will open doors but that carries a certain obligation too.