Google Nexus One: Outstanding in Some Ways, but Missing Key Features

At a Glance

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  • Google Nexus One

    The Google Nexus One impresses with a stunning AMOLED display, speedy performance, and cool tweaks to the Android OS; but some network issues prevent it from being a superphone.

At a Glance

The Google Nexus One impresses with a stunning AMOLED display, speedy performance, and cool tweaks to the Android OS; but some network issues prevent it from being a superphone.

Price when rated: $180 with a two-year contract with T-Mobile, or $530 unlocked

Pros

  • Dazzling OLED display
  • Dazzling OLED display
  • Snappy performance
  • Snappy performance
  • Sleek, ultraslim design
  • Sleek, ultraslim design

Cons

  • Software keyboard is far from perfect
  • Software keyboard is far from perfect
  • No multitouch support
  • Average multimedia player
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