HTC Lover, 14 Feb 2010hi, Dose it support muilty languge... like Arabic? thank you =)doese it support arabic language
does it alright to play with the trackball ??
as i knew, many Blackberry's users complain about their trackball..
is it possible to transfer data via bluetooth just like music, photos etc.
ausum handset sleek design which gives royalty n a cool experience m gonna buy dis 4 me soon
I got this phone 4 days back and its awesome. I am an iPhone user and I always felt that there are no phones that come close to the iPhone yet. I also owned an HTC HD2. I got rid of it and got the google nexus and im in love with this phone. Its simply awesome!!! The processor is very very fast compared to the WinMo 6.5 in HD2. The display is brilliantly bright and vibrant. The best thing about Android is the marketplace where majority of the apps are available for free. This is a superb phone overall.
navsk25, 13 Feb 2010Hey Guys at GSMarena, when is the review coming on this phone. I am using an IPhone 2G right n... moredefinitely Nexus One. Cost wise, usage, freedom. Screen size. Also dont forget that N1 now has multitouch.
navsk25, 13 Feb 2010Hey Guys at GSMarena, when is the review coming on this phone. I am using an IPhone 2G right n... moreIf you want a phone with apps get iPhone. If you want mini PC with a phone app get Nexus.
I got my yesterday. very good Superb design and build, excellent display quality, Android 2.1 OS with Android Market, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, great interface design, excellent web browser, good connectivity features, voice to text converter
Hello Nexus one fan
The iPhone 3GS and Nexus One are both offered in contract and contract-free variations. The Nexus One is currently available in the United States through T-Mobile for a price of $179.00 with a 2-year service contract. The iPhone 3GS is currently exclusive to AT&T in the United States and costs $199 for the 16GB variation and $299 for the 32GB variation with a 2-year service agreement. AT&T offers the iPhone 3GS out of contract for $599 and $699 for the 16GB and 32GB variations respectively. The Nexus One comes unlocked direct from Google for $529.00. In either case, the Nexus One comes in below the price of the iPhone 3GS.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Hey Waseem check out www.20north.com you can buy it from here in india. Other option is go to ebay india and select to buy from ebay usa directly. Hope this helps
Hey Guys at GSMarena, when is the review coming on this phone. I am using an IPhone 2G right now, I am trying to select between the IPhone 3GS & Google N1 for my next upgrade.
google nexus or moto xt800 ???
however xt800 is gr8 phone with beter design and looking
and nexus just has beter cpu .
are there any app that can open some microsoft office ??
could we edit the text with them ??
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2010Long press on the short cut and a rubbish bin will appear at the bottom of the screen for you ... moreHey ... sorry ... but i m stll not getting it .... which shortcut key r u talking about ????
The Nexus One, by contrast, has a one-gigahertz processor--more than 60 percent faster than the processors in the iPhone 3GS, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry Bold 9700, according to several benchmarks. In my testing, it took 2.5 seconds, on average, to click from one Wikipedia page to the next using T-Mobile's 3G network--and half that long when using a Wi-Fi connection. You can open applications, zoom in on photos, and search your phone's databases instantly. The faster processor dramatically improves the phone's enjoyability.
The Nexus One also has a beautiful high-resolution screen--800 by 480 pixels crammed into 3.7 diagonal inches for a display that's roughly 250 dots per inch, making even tiny text quite legible. (Apple's new iPad, in comparison, is 1,024 by 768 pixels on a screen that's 9.7 inches, for just 132 dots per inch.) The Nexus's five-megapixel camera can autofocus and takes detailed photos at six centimeters, and it has a surprisingly bright LED flash. The phone also has a standard 3.5-millimeter headphone jack, which means you don't need those bulky adapters to use high-end earbuds.
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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.