Google Nexus One Review
Google has launched their own branded smartphone and gave it a really cool name called the Google Nexus One. The phone also operates off the Android operating system and was designed by HTC. Some of the design similiaraties include the trackball which is similiar to the one seen on the HTC Hero as well as the overall design being comparable to the HTC HD2. The handset itself has a very nice sleek and compact design and has made a good first impression on us.
Also the touchscreen features a 3.7″ AMOLED display and redners in 800 x 480 pixels. The Nexus One also features a decent 5 megapixel camera that comes loaded with the autofocus and flash features and also has video capabilties with a frame rate of 20 frames per second.
The mobile phone itself is powered by a nice 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs on 512 MB of RAM which will easily power your Android based applications. The operating system is the Android 2.1 operating system and is the latest version of Google’s flagship OS.
The Nexus One will also have WiFi, GPS, and Compass capabilities as well as having maximum download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps on the HSPDA network and up to 2 Mbps upload on the HSUPA network.
The battery for the Nexus One is a 1400 MAh battery that will enable Nexus One customers the ability to have 7 hours of talktime on the 3G network.
The price point for the Google Nexus One is expected to be around £425.00 as this is a SIM free phone which will allow you to use the network of your choice. It is possible Google may partner with one of the major UK mobile phone companies which would lower the cost but for right now it is SIM free.
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