Anonymous, 14 Dec 2009Ugh finally a phone that supports Tmobile and AT&T 3g. This should be standard on all phones t... moreNo wonder you can't find any devices. I don't know any devices that support "Amarican" 3G. However, I do know bunches that support American 3G frequencies. Anyway, the "next gen" (and I use that term loosely) iPhone will probably be in the same league as the N95 if done correctly.
looks like HTC bravo.....
This could be my next phone replacing my iphone, but it all depends on what the next gen iphone would be. I also have to consider the tons of apps that I have installed on my iphone, coz some of them I purchased and I will lose all of them if I switch, which would be tough coz I like all of them. Oh well, I'll have to wait and see till I see more of this device and hear more about the next gen iphone.
Ugh finally a phone that supports Tmobile and AT&T 3g. This should be standard on all phones that have "Amarican" 3G
OMG, AMOLED screen... weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Dunno which manufacturer HTC gets their AMOLED screen. This phone stole my heart...
i can't wait for this phone to replace my 1st gen iphone. =)
Only thing missing is a secondary camera (I may be wrong on that though - Need Full spec sheet) and a Physical Qwerty keypad. Other than that, it's a nice device.
google also announced that they will sell the phone unlocked and only online
I am just missing the HTC widgets
it is made by HTC, so it is HTC's phone, you can call it GooglePhone or ShmooglePhone OR NexusOne phone, it is HTC running google's Android, just like HTC HERO
Engadget has changed their stance regarding the quadband UMTS status of this phone: