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GOOGLE Nexus One

by HTC

Price: £200.01
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  • 3.7-inch (diagonal) widescreen WVGA AMOLED touchscreen
  • Camera with 5 megapixels and LED Flash
  • Talk Time Up to 7 hours on 3G
  • Internet Use Up to 5 hours on 3G & Up to 6.5 hours on Wi-Fi
  • Phone Unlocked and Sim Free
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 1.1 x 6 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • Item model number: Nexus One
  • ASIN: B00332YPHQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Jan 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 83,452 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Device comes neverlocked with sealed box, can be used with any sim card on all GSM networks. Manufacturer warranty from 12 to 24 months.

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Alex K-W P. on 12 Feb 2010
I was lucky enough to order one of these after release and have been in possesion of the N1 for nearly a month. Those who own a iPhone like myself the packaging is very nice, well you won't be disappointed with the Nexus Ones packaging equal or better depends on ones taste.
The phone straight out of the box looks gorgeous with the 3.7inch AMOLED screen and as soon as you turn on the phone you get a idea of how rich the screens colours are it made me think why on earth the iPhone 3GS hasn't implemented such a screen? If you are a HTC Android user you'll notice how fast the phone is with the Qualcomm QSD 8250 1 GHz processor, I haven't noticed any difference in speed after installing over 25 applications from the Android Market which required updates and they have addressed the issues now as they were not displaying chargable applications and only the free apps previously.
One feature I am having a lot of fun with is the voice recognition, you can talk and it'll type the message for you (one sentence at a time), open applications, call contacts and find places "Navigate to *****" I love this I have been playing with it whenever I am out and about and it never fails to please me.
Impress your friends with your pattern lockscreen.
The phone has many positives and I feel I maybe passing my iPhone down to my siblings as the Nexus One feels nicer in the hand, screen is more responsive, colours are richer, processor is faster, camera is 5mp which takes good photos along with good video recording, AGPS works a treat and the live wallpaper along with the widgets really do add to a great experience..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SP SOILLEUX on 23 May 2010
I decided to treat myself to a nexus one (unlocked, imported from the US, and on o2) a few months ago- upgrading from my outdated first generation iPhone.
While it's taken some getting used to, I have to say I've not stopped being impressed with this phone at every turn. The keyboard for typing is a lot worse than the iPhone, unfortunately, and from what I've seen it's like typing on a poorly designed blackbarry. However, the phone works great- the software is amazing, and the call quality is perfect. I've only had a maximum of say...3 minutes of 3G reception since I got it but I think this may just be bad luck (on 'edge' or '2G' it is impressively fast). The apps are excellent, and the customizable home screen went down a treat. I've not got much love for the often touted "live wallpapers", though.
Comfortable to hold, easy to work with a laptop (so much so that I accidental ran my laptop as a blue tooth head set)- but you might want to buy a bigger micro SD card!
Battery is average for a phone of this type. I've been running 'flash' on it for the last few hours, and over wi-fi it is crystal clear, responsive- but some things are not supported ("does not support this device" or, just crashing) but it is in beta, to be fair- and a lot of flash based applications could prove difficult to use as you can not right click, or use the keyboard.
The music player is good, facebook app is a little useless, but with lots of free apps you can't go wrong!

I'd recommend it to anyone.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By R. E. Hayward on 17 Mar 2010
I decided to import this phone from the US Google site back in February as I decided that I couldn't wait any longer for it. When it arrived I was very impressed with the build quality of the unit as well as the huge screen and that was before I even turned it on! I have never used an Android handset before so I was pleased to see how easy it was to set up my mail and import my contacts onto it. The screen is superbly sharp and the colours vivid and a joy to look at, it's easy to use and the voice search system is brilliant. Once the software update had done its thing you also have multi-touch on most apps, this was one thing that it got marked down on in a series of reviews I read before I purchased it so alls good there However.....
After a couple of days of having it I noticed that I would start to type out a text message and instead of the screen recognising where I was pressing it would register about an inch below. initially I thought it was me doing something wrong but as the days rolled on it would start happening more and more often, and not just to typing in text but also navigating around the menus etc, to the extent where writing out an e-mail or text became practically impossible. I had a look on the support forum and there are a LOT of other people with the same problem, some of which are on their second or third replacement handsets and it's still happening. This really put me off the phone and in the end I decided to play it safe and get a refund from Google.
Summing it up I'd say that if you buy one and are lucky enough to get a handset without the screen fault you will have bought yourself a superb phone that does it all. Dare I say it but some of the friends of mine with iPhones were quite jealous of it! BUT please be aware of the problem that I and hundreds of other people have had. I suggest you check out the Google Nexus help forum to see what other people are saying before plunging in the deep end.
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