Google Nexus One

Today (well according to all the rumours it is today) Google will announce the Google Nexus One.

Unlike other Google phones such as the G1, this is Google’s very own phone, built for Google. As opposed to phones that feature the Google Android Phone OS.

The HTC-built device runs Android 2.1 atop a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, a 3.7-inch, 480 x 800 display, has 512MB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB microSD card, can use up to 32GB.

When I had a chance to try out the G1 I did quite like it, however it did not have the power and the oomph to be a fantastic phone, just a good phone.

I am tempted by the Nexus One, but will replace my Nokia N95 rather than my iPhone 3GS.

2 thoughts on “Google Nexus One”

  1. Interested to hear the first hands on reports from it being used in the real world as the devil is in the detail with mobile devices and they only tend to come to light in use. I’ve had some great phones that became abysmal due to a slight design flaw that only niggled after a week or so of use. This LOOKs like it has the oomph and design to work – time will tell if google has the designers who can focus on details like Apple managed with the iPhone 🙂

    1. I know what you mean. I got an LG Viewty on one contract, used it for about a month before deciding that it was awful and replaced it with the Nokia N95.


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