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Nexus One Slows And Woes

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by phandroid, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. phandroid

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    The first week of sales and the first month of sales are usually a pretty good determinant of how a phone will perform overall, and for the Nexus One things aren’t looking as wonderful as many thought/hoped. According to Flurry, who have have analytics tracking in more than 80% of iPhone and Android applications, [...]

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    Well Im not surprised. Google did that to themselves.
    1. They try to change the way people buy their phone over night but while a good idea people dont just change habbits on a dime like that.
    2. Double termination fees? Come on now Google!
    3. Really its just a slight upgrade over the Droid. Nothing really breath taking or super innovative about it.
    4. Only online. People still like to touch and feel it in a store before they buy it.
    5. Currently only on T-mobile. The nations 4th place holder in the wireless network subscribers.
    6. The 3g connection problems the phone has been having
    7. The bad customer service that has plagued the buyers on the Nexus One since lauch.

    It seems like Google should have planned this out better. Hopefully its a lesson welled learned and that they improve this with thier Verizon launch.
     
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    So 20,000 people purchased the Nexus One without every holding one (most anyway) and went with a small time carrier just to have one.

    Would LG, Sony, etc be able to sell that many units in the same way? I don't think they could. Only Apple could pull it off due to the kool-aide drinking fanboi's.
     

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