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10 Minute Nexus One Video

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shyguymw, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. shyguymw

    shyguymw Lurker
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  2. craigrn16

    craigrn16 Android Enthusiast

    Unless they make a version compatible with Verizon network I don't care
  3. So why are you on this thread if you don't care?
  4. ManMythLegend

    ManMythLegend Well-Known Member

    Either that guy has the most frigid calloused fingers in the world or that screen isnt nearly as responsive as it could be.

    Far too many times it seems like hes tapping multiple times to get the N1 to respond.

    Card view should be for open Tasks not "screens".

    Earlier videos showed a 3d effect to the Gallery. Im guessing you have to have more than one pic in it ?
  5. The video looks like it was sped up a bit. I like the gallery though. The media player is still fugly.

    Jury still out on the nexus one. Hopefully we all get pleasantly surprised
  6. kgronseth

    kgronseth Newbie

    I agree, so I followed the clock on the phone and the clock goes from 18:16 to 18:26 and it's a 10 minute video. Towards the end you can follow the clock without any apps covering it and time it from like 18:25 to 18:26....it goes from 8:09 to 9:09 of the youtube timer, exactly a minute. Seems legit.
  7. arunjr

    arunjr Lurker

    havent seen someone using the trackball in N1 in any of the leaked videos.
    Is it really useful? or did they wasted some area there? :thinking: pardon me I dont have any exp using a trackball in a dev wid touchscreen.
  8. LansdowneMike

    LansdowneMike Member

    Can't talk about the N1 (obviously) but on the G1 with both, I use both. For me it isn't a systematic choice; sometimes I prefer one, sometimes another. Can depend on the software; the standard browser seems to work better with touch; on the Opera browser, the trackball is the way to go.
  9. 3rd-Geer

    3rd-Geer Android Enthusiast

    I don't really see any serious point in it. I don't use it on my N1 at all, unless I'm playing video games.

    It's cool to have the option if you want.

Nexus One Forum

The Nexus One release date was January 2010. Features and Specs include a 1400mAh battery, 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, and Snapdragon S1 processor.

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