Nexus One coming to AT&T? Exclusive

Nexus One coming to AT&T?


Android Despite Google's attempt to work with the unlocked market by offering an unsubsidized Nexus One for $529, there's one glaring problem: if you want 3G, you're forced to sign with T-Mobile. Needless to say, AT&T customers are less than...







CES Devices: Google Nexus One Exclusive

CES Devices: Google Nexus One


Android Okay, so officially the Nexus One launched the day before the day before CES started (i.e. the day before Press Day). But Google had a booth at the Pepcom press event in Vegas, and it happened close enough together to fold N1's launch into...





The Nexus One promo vid Exclusive

The Nexus One promo vid


Android This morning, Noah covered Google’s press conference unveiling (and launching) the Nexus One, live Twitter rhyme stream style. (That’s one talented dude! Not an easy feat, I tell ya.) And if you want the write-up, his blog post has all the...










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Anonymous Anonymous
"Awesome phone"
Overall
4.4
The good: pretty screen large screen one of the best physical designs for a phone The bad: soft keys seem to only function on the upper half of the buttons Summary: Overall, this is the best phone I've had. The phone has lots of features and you can add a lot more through the market place. And if you update it to Android 2.2, it feels more polished. For a phone, the camera is great. The battery life is optimal if you know how to manage your phone. The screen is very pretty, except in direct... more...

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Aaron Baker

Aaron's Google Nexus One review


Aaron's Google Nexus One...
Overview What's Good: Fantastic call quality; battery life surprisingly decent given phone's capabilities; gorgeous AMOLED display; Android 2.1.  What's Bad: Erratic at times. Introduction Though Google has provided Android to several OEMs over the past few years, they hesitated to enter the phone space themselves - until now. Enter the Nexus One, Google's revolutionary new device featuring the nation's first direct-to-consumer ordering option. Though it's quite popular in... more...

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