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Nexus One || iPhone 3gs || Droid || Palm pre = Nexus One (Coolest “superphone” till date)


Google launched its long awaited Nexus One on 5th January 2010 and was lucky enough to order one on the 6th . I really dont have words to describe the coolest gadget , it is simply the best .

The only way, You can buy it is through Google webstore with or without contract with T-mobile and comes unlocked. Now thats what I call freedom . The one with contract is for 179 USD (T-Mobile only ) and without contract is for 529 USD .

At the moment Nexus One is only shipped to The United States , UK ,  Hong Kong and Singapore for all other countries , sorry you’ll need wait for sometime.

Before purchasing  the “superphone” , I had three phones to compete with the winner

1.  Pre 2010 gadget , the much hyped i-phone .

2. Motorolla Droid.

3. Palm pre.

but each one had its own limitations and the obvious winner was Nexus One .

The hardware of the superphone makes it the fastest and the most powerful phone till date . Qualcomm QSD 8250 1 GHz processor makes multitasking very smooth , it has additional 512 MB flash memory , 512 MB of RAM and 4GB microSD card, expandable upto 32GB, though Apple is rumoured to come up with  Dual Core processor in the 4th generation iPhone coming soon in April this year.

The superphone has a sleek and sexy design , and fits well in the palm though it has  3.7-inch (diagonal) widescreen WVGA AMOLED touchscreen , it still gives a feel of being sleek unlike i-phone . The 5 megapixel camera with auto flash adds extra points to the superphone.

Assisted global positioning system (AGPS) receiver, Cell tower and Wi-Fi positioning, Digital compass, Accelerometer
are the coolest apps provided with the superphone. Some more  cool features introduced include Live Wallpapers , Google Maps  , Google Listen, Google Translate and more. Due to the patent , Google have not added the multitouch feature in the software but the Nexus One hardware definitely supports multitouch. So the pinch zooming, much popular among iPhone users is lacking here , but dont need to worry you can have multitouch feature just by installing a free third party app “dolphin” browser from Android Market . 

Tech specs for Nexus One can be found  here.  Have a feel of  the phone  here.

Now lets see what i-Phone users have to say about Nexus One, check this out iPhone User Reviews .

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  1. Mirek
    January 14, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    1. The iPhone 3GS has up to 32 GB of storage.
    2. None of the phones above will support other providers, so they are really limited. The US is somewhat unique that it has 4 major cell phone networks, in some cases totally incompatible with each other.
    Nexus will not run 3G from ATT so I could say the Web access is really slow and can not compete on ATT network. Interestingly enough rewievers usually omit these things. In all Nexus is just a new T-Mobile phone with the positives and negatives the provider has.

  2. nirajsk
    January 14, 2010 at 9:43 pm

    1. iPhone 3GS has 600MHz CPU (up from 412MHz) and 256MB of RAM , which when compared with Nexus One is very slow (1 Ghz Snapdragon Processor , 512 MB RAM, 512 MB additional flash memory) , Nexus One comes with 4GB storage but is expandable upto 32GB

    2. At the moment N1 dont work with ATT but Google is trying to solve the issue. Though I can’t say the web access will be slow , as I have also tried it with 2G and other 3G networks it is pretty fast .

    Nexus One infact combines the features of Blackberry and iPhone with an added advantage of the most powerful hardware for a phone till date ..

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