Saturday, January 09, 2010

Google Nexus One Review Round Up

Google certainly made a splash with their launch of the newest Android phone, the Google Nexus One. Google made the phone available for sale unlocked directly from them, at Google explained their different approach to selling the phone on their own blog, saying that they “want to make the overall user experience simple: a simple purchasing process, simple service plans from operators, simple and worry-free delivery and start-up.”

Let’s have a look at what people are saying about the new Google Nexus One phone.

Google Nexus One: The TechCrunch Review

“It’s Google’s vision of the perfect Android device, from the huge and beautiful screen and massively fast Snapdragon processor to the software elegance of Google Navigation, Live Wallpaper and the Voice Keyboard. When combined with Google Voice there is no phone on the market today that can touch the Nexus One … the Nexus One has no obvious flaws or compromises. The phone is the state of the art in mobile”.

Engadget : Nexus One review

“This is precisely the right phone at the right time: class-leading processor, vibrant display, sexy shell, and just a sprinkling of geekiness that only Google could pull off this effortlessly.” However, (while) “it’s a good Android phone, but not the last word”. Engadget says that the Motorola Droid is probably the better phone.

Gizmodo : Nexus One Review

“The Nexus One is an over-hyped Android phone. But that doesn’t stop it from being the best Android phone”

Nexus One Blog : Nexus One Review
On a 3G network, there is no reason to stray to any other device … because of its hi-res display, speed, and it’s extremely attractive UI … it makes browsing the web a truly unique and visually stimulating experience.”

Android Central : Google Nexus One Hands On (Video)

Google Nexus One Specifications

Physical Dimensions:

* Height: 119mm
* Width: 59.8mm
* Depth: 11.5mm
* Weight: 130g with battery; 100g without battery


* Flash: 512MB
* RAM: 512MB
* SD card: 4GB Micro SD card included (expandable to 32 GB)

Camera, photos, videos:

* 5 MP camera
* Mechanical autofocus
* 2x digital zoom
* LED flash
* Geotagging capable

Cellular & wireless:

* 3G T-Mobile and EDGE on AT&T
* Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)
* Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
* A2DP stereo Bluetooth

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