If you love Android and love physical keyboards then this may be the phone for you. This deal includes free shipping.
Well guys, here’s part 4 of the 5 part series. This is the manufacturing stage of the phones development.
For now, we can call this a rumor but it is coming from a really creditable source. If the myTouch 1.2 does release with both of these features it will be a phone to keep an eye out for.
But I have to admit, the Nexus One is a winner. I wasn't enthusiastic about buying a phone on the internet sight unseen, but the day it was reported that it finally had the pinch-to-zoom thing enabled, I decided to take the
Part 3 of the 5 part making of the Nexus One has been released. This phase is the testing stage of the flagship Android device.
First there were rumors about Apple using bing as their official search provider. Then there was the rant by Steve Job’s calling Google motto bs. Then Google struck back adding multi touch to the Nexus One, now this.
Now this is more like it. After the initial first week estimated sales figures of only 20,000 units, most reporters was calling this a flop. These new figures tell a very different story.
This is a poplar app currently available for the iPone and your home Computer. This will be a welcome addition to Android and may be a must have for most Android users.
Verizon is on an all out Android assault and there is no slowdown in sight. They are not planning on bringing a Voyager/Envy Touch like Android Device to the masses.
By the end of the week Google plans on rolling out the long awaited OTA for the Nexus One. Multi-touch will be included in this OTA.