z, 06 Mar 2010who needs a radio when we got a freaken internet."Excellent" response! Ever think that some of us actually use the radio feature in the office as a radio, as for the internet, how about if company policies dictates all streaming media is blocked, so you cannot use the internet... Next time think further than your nose.
The screen is amazing compared to the iphone. Its like comparing high def to a regular tv. The colors are vibrant, and just downright amazing.
Need help to get 3G for AT&T. Also, need to know how to save Apps to the SD card. Thanks a mil.
Divx player is not a problem. Just install YXflash player. Also Dolphin web browser supports flash, so after all that this makes it the best phone ever. Overall I installed around 20-25 very useful applications. I`ve had it for 3 weeks now. Oh, and remember to install 2G/3G switcher to preserve batter life on a daily usage.
Before had: SE experia X1, Samsung Omnia, omnia HD.
"- No sync with your local outlook - had to take 3 precious hours to find how to convert, convert and fix all contacts information."
You don't to actually sync Outlook contacts to the phone. All you ever need to so is sync them to Google Apps, GMail, Calendar or Contacts. Once your contacts are in Google---you can access them via GMail account, all you need is login to the phone using your Gmail account, and all your contacts will be synced to the phone automatically.
Once contacts are with Google, you can say bye bye to Outlook, because with Google Sync, you can wireless live and push sync them to any phone besides Android, including Nokia, iPhone and Blackberry. Its so much better than Outlook, because if you upload a change on your contacts via browser or anyone of these phones, all the other phones will reflect that change. Why Google Sync rules if you own more than one phone, even with different platforms.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2010This, and the HTC variants are nice but I still don't see any reason to swap these for my iphone.How about flash player ,this is why.
Had this phone 2 months and i can tell you its great! Even my iphone friends agree that it is better then the iphone.
D-Day, 27 Feb 2010I was the proud owner of the Nokia N900. Got it as replace for the phone I had lost (Vodafone)... moreLike you, I also refused to take an iPhone because of it's popularity. So I took HTC Hero instead. Boy am I regreted? There are a lot of features that I felt incomplete or can do better. I felt that the developer never actually use their own designed OS. If they did, they would see the incovinient in it. For example, select and copy text in browser. Android had user select manually while with iPhone you simply hold the text area, the system will automaticlly hightlight one word or whole sentence depending on your selection. That just one example of many fructrusted I had felt when using an android phone. I'm no apple fan boy, but in the past few month when I used HTC hero I felt unsatisfied. With iPhone, I no longer felt the need to look for new phone in the market because it cater to my need.
Use internet radio instead, i'm pretty sure Android has an app for that!
who would need a FM radio.. unless your a kid that has too much time on hand to listen to the radio. Aside from that, in the working class, people don't have time for these stupid little things.....
Art Vandelay, 27 Feb 2010The Nexus One is the best phone I've ever owned. I was a very loyal Nokia customer, but the qu... moreWow, Godwin's Law manifested itself pretty fast in this one. Anyway, you lose.
N900???, 27 Feb 2010YEAH! Go have fun with your N900. Dude its the worst phone ever made on earth!!!! It got no ... morenokia is nt stupid to put front camera on every nokia smartphone and s40..mybe u dnt c any1 using videocall in ur country coz it incurred high call rates.but on other countries aside fr USA.Ex:japan an korea.videocall is popular and it has same rate as voicecall