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General DInc vs Google Nexus One (GSM)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JoeSchmoe007, May 11, 2011.

  1. JoeSchmoe007

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    Yes, you read the title right.

    I currently own DInc as my main phone.

    I've been thinking about getting some kind of Quad-Band GSM Android phone (new or slightly used, prefer new) to use for my infrequent travel to Europe.

    I'd like this phone to have OS 2.2 or higher.

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    as far as i know, the nexus has a 5 mp camera, only one flash and different style track pad. are these 'major' features? IDK, guess it depends on you.
     
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    To me these are not major features.

    Answering my own question: DInc and N1 are very similar. Same CPU, GPU, RAM. Almost the same hardware specs otherwise.
     
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    The Multitouch sensor on the N1 is wonky. And I'm not sure the 3g connectivity issue was every completely fixed. I think there are a few other improvements/fixes the incredible has that the N1 doesn't, but overall they are very comparable.
     
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    The other major difference is the internal storage—the N1 lacks the ~6GB of internal flash (mounted at /emmc/ in Android), and I believe it has a much smaller partition for apps as well.

    Otherwise, though, the phones have very similar guts.
     
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