Posts Tagged ‘Unboxing the Google Nexus One Phone’

We have finally got our hands on the iPad the other day. The experience so far has been nothing short of spectacular. I won’t go as far as saying that iPad has replaced my netbook or desktop PC for that matter. But it has certainly created a new category among all the portable gadgets I own, and I now use it for some light gaming, web browsing, Youtubing and social networking (facebook app for iPhone on iPad sucks though) on the go.

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Most of you who are either following me on twitter, or are subscribed to our facebook fanpage may already know that I bought Nexus One today and just to make it a bit different, I decided to unbox it side by side with another similarly spec’ed phone – the HTC HD2. Both Nexus One and HTC HD2 are powered by 1Ghz Snapdragon processor.

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Folks over at Engadget have got their hands on the Google Nexus One and their first impression of the device is “Nexus One thus far is .. not very different than the Droid in any substantial way.”. Yes, the phone does feel a tad faster to work with when compared to Droid, thanks to its 1Ghz Snapdragon processor. But the difference there is not by much.

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After two weeks of all the drama, we finally have got a hands-on video walkthrough of the Google Nexus One phone. The video, which is of five minutes in length walks you through the Android 2.1 experience on the upcoming Google Nexus One phone. Everything from widgets on the multiple home screens, to the new Android Market, to the improved web browsing experience and Youtube app has been demonstrated for your viewing pleasure.

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Unboxing Google Nexus One Phone

By | December 22nd, 2009

The first unboxing pictures of the upcoming Google Nexus One phone has been leaked via djrobrob on twitter. The design of the box is very Google-like with white background color, and “Nexus One” and “Google” branding in black to go on top of it. Though the design of the box may not be the final thing, it leaves little to no doubt that this phone is indeed going to be a Google branded phone.

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