Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by PetiePal, Jan 5, 2010.
Gizmodo's Everything You Need To Know About The Nexus One
Kool can't wait for it to come to Verizon, definitely gonna get one
Droid seems a better option, unless a keyboard is not an issue for you. I used Droid for two weeks and thought it was a good device. Prefer my N900, but the Droid is way better than my G1.
I would have stayed withthe Droid, but had contract obligations still with Tmo.
I just wish i could understand why HTC produce phones that dont have all the features people want on a single handset, instead of putting some but not all on one, then producing another that has some extra features but then doesnt haveall the ones that the first one had - Just make one fcuking phone that does it all instead of pissing around !!!!!!!
cuz if they made one that does it all you would stop buying there phone
Surely if they made it then everyone would want it, instead of just some, so more people would buy it
But when everyone gets it the next phone wont sell because everyone's current phone does everything...
What are all the features that people want? Since this is supposed to be the quintessential Google phone, it won't have their Sense UI on it. HTC will come out with an HTC flagship Android phone with Sense sometime during this year. Other than that, what features are you looking for?
Pinch-Zoom, I bet...
It's the simple rule of cell phones...why come out with the superphone (lulz) when you can release small features at a time that will make users want to keep upgrading.
In Apple's case most Verizon users wouldn't leave their great carrier for crappy AT&T service, so when the iPhone DOES come to Verizon they will likely add a few new features too to entice users who still are wary.
HTC has announced that they have "3 core user experiences" that people like. I'm sure one is touch only, and another is touch + physical keyboard....third I have no idea what they might mean lol. However I'm pretty torn now because I'm up for contract soon and it's between the Droid, the HTC Bravo, (if they ever annnnnnnnounce it, unless the Bravo is indeed the Nexus One), or waiting for the Verizon Nexus One.
I'm so wary to make a touchscreen only jump...but the keyboard on the Droid just is not impressive or tactile enough y'know?