Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by solidkevin, Jul 24, 2010.
What you guys think?
Depends on what you want to do with the phone. The Galaxy S and Droid X are the new power houses, so if you really want to game then they might be a better choice (all though their specs aren't a significant leap over the N1s). The N1s spec are still very respectable and you will find that everyone on this subform loves vanilla android (one of the big reasons to get it).
What phone do you have now? Why do you want to switch?
Dont even think about it. I love my phones and always have. This is the best most sexiest phone ive ever had.....
Just noticed im on probation......feel like a criminal
id still recomend the N1 for:
garaunteed updates to the latest andoid operating system.
FREE mobile hotspot now. i dont know any other phones that do this and dont charge extra.
these numbers are via hotspt, for free to nexus owners... need i say more
N1 hotspots?? from who? from where?
You can turn the N1 into a hotspot. Settings->Wireless & Networks->Tethering & portable hotspot.
your playing, you have to have known that
i actually didnt know that either. i read stories that tmobile was taking those features out. im glad i found this thread!
If I had to make this decision today I would probably wait until T-mo got the iphone. The N1/andriod has really grown on me but its still plauged by a horrible touch senor/calibration issue.
I know this is the N1 forum, but the Galaxy S touchscreen has a faster response time than even the iPhone and none of the tracking issues the N1 has.
The wifi hotspot feature is epic. I use it in the car and when I'm at far-flung airports with no wifi. It's awesome
Also, HTC is supposedly going to give N1's a new LCD screen that is better than the AMOLED screen, and friendlier on the battery too.
i have no touch issues with my n1. wait for the iphone, no thanks. Ive had them all except the 4g and i think my n1 with all its features is just a better all arond featured phone
I've had the tmo nexus one since jan 6 and I finally just got rid of it this past weekend.....for the at&t version. Honestly can't think of another phone would rather have than this. I love android so I'm sticking with that. And it just seems that this phone is the phone Google and other developers are targetting their efforts at. To me (at least for now) that means if it was designed to work for android, it was designed with the nexus one in mind.