Nexus One v Xperia X10 v Droid v Acer Liquid

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  2. JackTheMan18

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    Please see the following for a scientific comparison and real test results:
    htc/google: nexus one
    YouTube - Nexus One Google Phone HTC Android 2.1 Preview 2 FR - HD - 3D Benchmark
    acer liquid:
    YouTube - Re: Nexus One Google Phone HTC Android 2.1 Preview 2 FR - HD
     
  3. JackTheMan18

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    Another point to note is that the HTC/Google Nexus One does not have 802.11N.

    as per the following:
    Google: Nexus One not supporting 802.11n (for the time being) -- Engadget
     
  4. Markiz

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  5. sedaine

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    straight slangin yo
    Thanks for the detailed review. I got the liquid arriving in a few days & I still stand by decision
     
  7. sedaine

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    Great value for money I think. Tell me how it goes.
     
  8. n1tro

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    woohoo! Acer Liquid reigns supreme! Now lets pray for a 2.0 or 2.1 update :eek:

     
  9. sedaine

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    It's coming for the Acer Liquid.
     
  10. Esquire1

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    Sometimes I wonder if I made a mistake by not waiting for the X10. Then I look at Sony's history with hardware and assure myself in my decision. Once the X10 gets an upgrade to Android 2.x, and depending on its timeliness, I'll probably pick one up. It is a fantastic looking piece of hardware.
     
  11. sedaine

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    I like the position Sony is in hardware wise. They can't afford to make another mistake! So expect this phone to be solid.

    They'd rather delay it than have another dud.

    By the way, I'm waiting for the X10... love the camera and large screen.
     

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