Another Nexus One Hands On
We made a promise to ourselves to only talk about the Nexus One on days that end in a ‘Y’ so here we go.Â Yet another person has been able to get in front of a Nexus One and live to tell the tale.Â A blogger going by the handle of ‘tnkgrl” had some face time last night and share their findings.Â Like the last one, they weren’t allowed to snap any pics. And like the other reports, the phone definitely leaves a good impression.
Here are a handful of things noted in the original post that we’ve rearranged and paraphrased.Â For the full, original list, head to tnkgrl’s blog.
- Extremely thin
- Much nicer looking in person
- “Super snappy!”
- T-Mobile 3G capable
- Thereâ€™s a 4 GB micro-SD card installed
- AT&T 3G capable (EGDE only)
- VoIP (“Calls are routed the normal way”)
- Battery capacity is 1400 mAh
- Screen appears to be OLED
- No dedicated camera key
- Trackball can be used to focus camera
- “Low-light performance is decent, but the flash is weak”
- Micro-USB connector
- Gold contacts on bottom edge (Possibly for a dock)
- No multitouch in browser or in Google Maps
- Home screen is divided into 5 panes
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