IAH, 15 Jan 2010I find it disappointing that you cannot export outlook contacts to this phone. I called Google... moreu can export your contacts from outlook as a .csv file and then import it on your Gmail's account address book. After that, u just need to synchronize your phone with your Gmail account. If u also have a Facebook profile, your Facebook contacts will be also synchronized with your phone.
NvS, 15 Jan 2010Eat this android fans..!!! Complaints rolling in about Google Nexus One http://www.cnn.com... morei just read it... WOW those are "COMPLAINT" amazing.....it just bunch of people complaining about they cant buy it or 3g signal lose.....
Just received my Nexus One yesterday. So far I'm liking this a lot as compared to my old HTC Touch Pro. It has a simple UI and it's comfortable on the eyes. The speed of this phone is awesome. Still exploring the phone and android market.
I dont understand why some people post thing like HTC this or HTC that, if it sell or not... No one gives a sh*t about it... If you have the fone and used it for a week then just tell us what you think that's all dudes. I have this phone and I love it! For the battery time, its a 1GHz core man, compared to the 400Mhz core on the E71/E72!
If I am a "crazy" Google-Android fan, I would definitely wait for the successor of the nexus one, at least. WHY? hTC is always trying to fool us with a "dummy" phone and then later they add some more features & upgrades and decides to call it later device no.2. Like Diamond2, TouchPRO2, Touch2 and HD2. WTF, hTC? Get straight to the point and release from the very beginning the ultimate final phone. hTC, don't waste mobile user's money. U have already earned a lot.
I find it disappointing that you cannot export outlook contacts to this phone. I called Google's tech support and they confirmed this. Also, if you are a blackberry addict you will be disappointed with this phone. I have had it for 1 week now and am not impressed by touch screen tech. Maybe i am old school but i need my buttons!
Droid more valuable than Nexus One or iPhone 3GS according to iSuppli
Ah, here we go again: another report from iSuppli breaking down the bill of materials (BOM) for one of our favorite smartphones. This time it's the Droid / Milestone under scrutiny, Motorola's beefcake slider that currently sells for $560 month-to-month on Verizon ($199 on contract). According to iSuppli's analysis, Droid brings a $187.75 bill of materials that breaks down into $179.11 worth of components and $8.64 in manufacturing costs. Naturally, the BOM does not include licensing fees, software costs, accessories, or the massive outlay this device has received in advertising support. Nevertheless, it makes for interesting apples-to-apples fodder when comparing costs with the Nexus One ($174.15 in materials only), iPhone 3GS ($178.96 materials and manufacturing), and original Palm Pre ($138 materials and manufacturing). The single most expensive component on the Droid is the 16GB removable microSD card ($35) bundled with the Droid. And after a controversial MOTO report that demonstrated a lackluster capacitive touchscreen on the Droid, it's interesting to compare the Droid's 3.7-inch TFT LCD ($17.75) and capacitive touchscreen overlay ($17.50) with that of the iPhone 3GS ($19.25 spent on a smaller 3.5-inch LCD and cheaper $16 touchscreen overlay) and Nexus One (whopping $23.50 for 3.7-inch AM-OLED display and $17.50 for the touchscreen assembly). Rounding out the top-end costs are the Droid's 5 megapixel autofocus CMOS sensor ($14.25), Qualcomm baseband processor / RF chip ($14.04), and TI application processor ($12.90).
does anyone know the amount of colours this screen can display? 256k? 16m?
Eat this android fans..!!!
Complaints rolling in about Google Nexus One
GsmArena Team please review this phone sooon. What are you guys waiting for ?
i find that it's stupid to make an unlocked version with only 900/2100 3g. there's a version of 1700mhz 3g heading to t-mobile. where is 850 mhz 3g for ATT in the US?
I'm a real nexus owner I understand someone below got an imitation when they Google searched phone
I got Nexus One a week ago. This phone is phenomenal. Voice to text, google maps, display and easy UI are just great. Google rocks!
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2010Just because they have a higher capacity battery doesn't mean they have better battery life.I bet that Nokia E72, E55, E52 have better battery than Nexus One
at last 3 times better
Kintoun, 14 Jan 2010HTC HD2 + Android 2.1 + Trackball = Nexus One..+Amoled display.