muj, 29 Jan 2010Yes it does support multitouch.
The only thing is the preloaded apps dont support multitouch ... moreHi,
you mentioned "The only thing is the preloaded apps dont support multitouch but new ones downloaded from th market do"
For the ones downloaded from market is developed by google also? how much is it?
design so good, but i too hate and very bad with no secondary camera for video call. The android os cannot make secondary camera??? If cannot i think it the bad os, i am waiting htc nexus two with secondary camera.
Why there is no review for this lovely phone on gsmarena.com ? I've seen so many reviews on other sites but honestly I can't trust nobody but gsmarena.
What about tv-out? Does it have a Mediaplayer that pays divx or xvid?
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970i have the same dilemma . google is soon going to launch the keypad version of the nexus one . wait for it . it should be out in a month .
milestone will become less appealing when that comes out
Yes, the hardware and OS both support multi-touch, the Google provided programs, however, do not. Many programs in the marketplace are capable of multi-touch, though.
I am using this phone from 12th jan. Previously I was using Apple i phone. Most of it's features are common with some additional and not the ones which Apple i phone having. The additional features such as voice text, voice search are pretty good. One need to get used to it with your assents of speaking being Indian. The clock feature in i phone is excellent as you could feed various countries timings on one screen display. Overall the phone is money value and cheaper than i phone.Looks pretty good, easy to use with lot of shortcuts on front screen itself which are very convenient rather than to follow to open various steps. Can anyone advise me how to buy the applications on this in India. Ofcourse one could do unload free applications without any problem.
This phone is far superior to the iPhone. It has the same features, but you aren't locked in to Apple. Control freak Steve Jobs doesn't decide what you can do with it. Call clarity and quality is vastly superior to iPhone. The Android OS is snappier and more responsive than iPhone. The Nexus One is a far better value.
the n900 does not meet all the specifications of this phone, n900 does not run on android
phone lover, 28 Jan 2010does the phone support multi touch, like iphone which can drag screen with 2 fingers?Yes it does support multitouch.
The only thing is the preloaded apps dont support multitouch but new ones downloaded from th market do.
Simple question here:
When are we expecting to see GSMArena review on this cool phone?
does the phone support multi touch, like iphone which can drag screen with 2 fingers?
Had mine for a couple of day now and it really is very impressive. As a SE user i was going to wait for the X10 to replace my X1 but decided to switch to the Nexus after seeing some of the coverage about it....
This handset is lightning quick with a lovely screen, very responsive and not unpleasant on the eye. Feel really good in the hand and is very light yet sturdy.
A lot of very good apps on the market to play with, and the flash update on the way....all we need now is divx support (please!)
2 words: absolutely amazing!!! very fast, very responseive, beautiful screen, big screen but yet thin and light, very sturdy feel, and full of features.
I own it for a couple of days but I had to reset it. If someone wants hard reset google nexus one
here how you can do it