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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BacteriaEP, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. BacteriaEP

    BacteriaEP Newbie
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    I was one of the very first people to get a G1 when it launched. Hell, I waited outside my local T-Mob beginning at 3am to get it. It was my iPhone.

    However, in the last few months with the Hero, Moment, and Droid coming out I've felt a bit left behind in the Android community. Not to say I don't still enjoy my G1, but it's flaws (in software and design) are starting to become more noticeable.

    For a while I was dismayed that T-Mob seemed to only be getting child'splay phones. The myTouch and CLIQ were definitely not for me, so when I heard about this today and with all the good news surrounding a probably T-Mob launch in early January I got really excited.

    This will be my next Android phone. Whose with me? :D

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  2. it was your iPhone? wait, wasn't it your G1?
  3. tydaking

    tydaking Lurker

    I've had the G1 since day 1 also and have been pretty satisfied with it. After I rooted it and started using cyanogen roms, it kinda made me feel like I had a new phone with almost every new rom. This NexusOne device might be enough to cause me to go ahead and change up devices though. I do hope that it's a bit more refined than the existing Android OS since apparently it's a "different" version of Android.
  4. Quasar

    Quasar Lurker

    I have been wanting an Android phone ever since I learned about the G1 but decided to wait for the next version of the phone before buying. Then came the MT3G, and I was all ready to buy it. Once I learned, however, that T-Mo USA was getting the version of the phone with less RAM than nearly all the other companies in the world, I was very annoyed so I waited again. I'm so glad I did too! After all these months of reading about and watching the progression of Android, I have created a list of things I really want in a phone, and the Nexus One looks like it has them all:

    3.5" screen or larger
    256 MB RAM or more
    800 Mhz chip or faster
    No keyboard
    Stock Android

    Custom UI's just slow down the update path for new versions of Android, cause bugs in a lot of apps and use up more resources than necessary so I never wanted Sense or any of those other custom jobs.

    Needless to say, if all that has been said so far is true, this will be my next phone!
  5. Stormin

    Stormin Well-Known Member

    Since it is coming out in GSM and I need the CDMA flavor, I can wait and see what y'all think about this beast. I goota trust your opinions. Lack of a keyboard has me a little apprehensive. I know that a slider is something else to break, but I have been using a Moto Q9c for two years.Gimme speed.
  6. BacteriaEP

    BacteriaEP Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I agree. The Sense UI is nice looking-but IO want the real experience. I've always loved it since the day I got my G1. Google knows how to handle Android best and I trust the stock experience to be the most up-to-date and cutting edge Android technology.
  7. tarusdg

    tarusdg Newbie

    hopefully it will at least have a multitouch keyboard. That will make typing much faster. I really want to reason to dump my iphone. :D

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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