Google Nexus One Video Walkthrough, Sized Next to iPhone, Hero


Since I’ve stated my desire for a Snapdragon-powered Android device for the past few months now, the Google Nexus One (s goog) is definitely on my radar. But it’s not yet available, which means a current Android purchase would be for something like the HTC Hero or Motorola Droid. So just how does the Nexus One stack up in terms of size when compared with the Hero? HTC Nexus One has the goods and shows the physical difference between a Nexus One, a Hero and an Apple iPhone 3GS (s appl), just for good measure.

Even more exciting than the size comparisons is the above silent but telling video walk-through — it demonstrates the speed and fluidity of the user interface when paired with a speedy ARM processor like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon (s qcom). At this rate, I might as well make a 2010 prediction right now — there’s a good chance I’ll be grabbing a Nexus One next year.



So I am thinking about picking a Droid and I am leaning toward the Nexus.
I dont need a pull out keyboard, and i dont even want to spend the $30 / month for Data, I just like the Wifi deal.
I am almost always in a location that has Wifi…..

so, am i nuts for looking at this phone for just phone and wifi?
Is it overkill without purchasing the data ?

I really do not want the additional cost
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I’m a Blackberry user, that might be not the case as soon as I seen one of these up close. I’m just hoping that it isnt a rumor and that it will be available on my TMO carrier, yee ha! My wife is also tired of her unlocked Iphone. I had read a article about 2 years ago that GOOGLE was going to give the Iphone a run in the mobile bussiness….well here it is?

Nunya Bisnas

Is it really that hard to use a tripod? Why not just shoot this walkthrough while jogging or driving, it would be about as useful.

David Schaefer

…and thus signaled the coming department of the Pre.

Yea, please work on Sprint. Actually, I’m starting to hate my Pre so much that it might not matter.

Kevin C. Tofel

Unfortunately, the Nexus One is known to be a GSM phone with support for T-Mobile’s 3G data. I don’t see this device coming to Sprint (or Verizon, for that matter).

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