hooray i Got Nexus one. i have written my personal experience about my new phone. Not upto Iphone but second to Iphone. I am also facing some problems with the phone
you can try it.
Realy, 07 Jan 2010I just what different from Nexus One and iPhone 3GS.May be you can see this article: Nexus One vs iPhone 3GS: http://www.aimersoft.com/tutor...3gs.html#161
Ludwik, 04 Jan 2010A lot of rubbish has been written about the upcoming Google phone. Unfortunately, non of yo... moregoogle have made a phone and leave it at apple have also made a phone yes it may be better but its googles first phone. good job google.
i would buy it if i could play itunes songs, thats why i would prefer the iphone
eli, 04 Jan 2010can some one tell me whats the difference between htc bravo and nexus one?Display size, RAM, Sense UI and etc...
i don't get the www.google.com/phone part.
it does not exist. Are they saying that it will exist?
Ludwik, 04 Jan 2010A lot of rubbish has been written about the upcoming Google phone.
Unfortunately, non of yo... moreyeah right iphone guy....
yes apple is selling millions,but then again why are there so many 2nd hand Iphones on the buy and sell rings...
like if you go on any other mall,(in PH)many people ho have Iphones are selling there Iphones and buying other brands??
then again if you are from the US,i wont argue with you,
you guys just like pretty looking phones,bricks...heheheheh
A lot of rubbish has been written about the upcoming Google phone.
Unfortunately, non of you phone "geeks" realise the truth!
And that is, that the Google phone is an act of desperation by Google.
Apple and it's IPhone have won the smart-phone touchscreen war.
Google are giving away their android system to anyone that wants it. And anyone who can afford it, is buying an IPhone, even people who cannot afford it are buying it.
Apple are selling a million phones a month. Google and its allies are selling only a tiny fraction of that, have not seen the figures, probably an embarrassing secret.
The final insult will be when apple rewrite android as an apple app. So if you really want it. You can run it and it's apps on an IPhone!
Google Nexus One is very similar to the upcoming HTC Legend phone. One difference though is that Legend comes with an optical track-pad instead of that track-ball. And thats for a reason. Trackballs are great under optimal conditions. But every now and then something jams up the mechanism temporarily. Or the ball becomes slippery due a sweathy/cold-numb thumb. So partly for this reason Im gonna wait for the HTC Legend instead.
The nexus will be good for Android, because it will lift the profile of Android & hopefully get more programmers to start creating programs/games. For me the nexus does not stand out from any other Android phone, the Android phone.
I am looking forwarded to is the Moto XT701 with Xenon flash & 8 megapixel camera??? Now this will be the ultimate Android phone.
zeus, 04 Jan 2010Bro,if youre in the US,yeah It wouldnt make sense unlocked phones no plans....
But in other c... morehahahaha i agree with you zeus. unlocked phones are most used here in the philippines because its much more cheaper than getting a carrier.
and the good thing about unlocked phones is you have the choice to replace your phone whenever you like it. unlike if you use carrier phone your lock for the rest of your life hahahaha. by the way NEXUSONE is kind of awkward looking design but its ANDROID! so its better to be good.
can some one tell me whats the difference between htc bravo and nexus one?
just a quick question...
why does it say htc nexues one?
it said that google will hold a press confrense and i cant see a htc logo anywhere so is it htc or google that made this phone ?
Anonymous, 30 Dec 2009180 is a great price for this handset to write that off just because of a mandatory data plan ... moreBro,if youre in the US,yeah It wouldnt make sense unlocked phones no plans....
But in other countries like where i am in(ph),majority of phones are unlocked,and we DONT need any plans,we could surf the web on a pay as you go basis,or if you are bright enough you could surf the web for free....hehehehhehehe...
Please Google, get your act together. I am very angry at you and your Android OS.
I have an Android phone running version 1.5
While on the Internet, I noticed in the menu section that there was a "select text" option! I selected some text on the Internet page. And a pop-up box appeared informing me that "text was copied to the clipboard" !
I then tried to paste the contents of the clipboard!
NO paste option ! Anywhere!
Looked for help on the phone, All the settings.
Even looked at the 200 page manual supplied on a CD. Did a search on the word paste and other related phrases such as cut, copy, clipboard. Still none the wiser.
Looked for help on the subject on the Internet.
Found that other people were asking the same question on discussion forums!
Some people were complaining that the IPhone had an upgrade, with a well publicised clipboard feature added.
Where is the Android clipboard ?
After a couple of hours searching, I found the answer!
A LONG PRESS ON A TEXT INPUT BOX, BRINGS UP THE CLIPBOARD MENU!
From there we can cut, copy select and paste text, between and within applications.
The clipboard is at the Android system level and woks whenever text is being altered by the keyboard. In addition we can copy text from web pages and paste them as well.
A very good feature!
So why the B******* H*** isn't it documented ?