availability in the U.S.as of 8-19?


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  1. FortKnox

    FortKnox Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So Google quit selling the N1 a while back. *Sigh*, as my 2-year contract with a G1 is up next month and I was so looking forward to upgrading to the Nexus One. Two sets of microphones to cancel out background noise? Heck yes, that is smart. (are there other phones that have that?) So now I'm left looking around for a "next-best" phone. My G1 was a great introduction to Android, but by now it feels sluggish, I want something snappier. SO, all that to ask if the Nexus One is still available through any carrier in the U.S?
     

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    Anything against getting a used Nexus One?
     
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    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

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    hang in there , there is a few things down the road for tmo.. like the G2 for instance
     
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    FortKnox Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well, which U.S. carriers support it?
     
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    FortKnox Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    How can I stay updated on the G2 actually being sold? I did a quick Google for G2 and got this: "According to Rumors T-mobile G2 Phone will come to store on January 26th of 2009." :mad:
     
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    Well you can read this site or Engadget.com, they will surely post any new info on it. You can also check out this link.

    HSPA + Smartphone | T-Mobile
     
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    FortKnox Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well, I'd forgotten about the G2. Can anyone compare it against the Nexus One?
     
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    cigar3tte Well-Known Member

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    Specs hasn't been released.

    What do you mean which carrier supports the Nexus One? T-Mobile and AT&T depending on the version you get. Used or new, carrier support is the same.
     
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    You can still buy the Nexus One from Google if you register as a developer. It costs $25 to register, and the phone is the standard $529; no subsidy. They sell the T-Mobile version only.
     
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    That is what I was planning to do if I should need to replace my N1. But I need one that works with AT&T so it looks like that option is out.
     
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    it's sold out and backordered right now...
     
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    G2 does look pretty awesome. I'm not a fan of hard keyboards but it really looks like the nexus.

    I hope when it's time for another phone i can find another one w/ color trackball notifications... i really have come to like the trackball. I tried to use a phone the other day w/o one and i just started getting pissed off.
     

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