Nexus One Phone

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Yo dood! So what do you think, is it the iphone killer, or what? Ya know, I'm happy to see some serious competition on the Star Trek communicator front, this time Nexus One looks like it could be a step in the right direction. I can't wait to see if it can stop spam, and telemarketers. If not I'm su...more


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  • Three

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    Yo dood! So what do you think, is it the iphone killer, or what? Ya know, I'm happy to see some serious competition on the Star Trek communicator front, this time Nexus One looks like it could be a step in the right direction. I can't wait to see if it can stop spam, and telemarketers. If not I'm sure it will one day. Still it's really great, there's so many things you can do with it depending on the apps, I imagine that one day I can get a universal translator app that lets me speak in any language and have it translate my words into another language or languages as I speak. I would love to speak with animals as well and ask them what they think of intellectual property questions and the questions of privacy. Yeah I wonder if there is a button or app that will let me keep all my calls, texting, emails, and browsing to myself so that it can't be used by others, cause I hate to sign away my rights just because I want to use a new piece of technology.

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  • 212robert

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    The Nexus One is way cool! I've had an iPhone for a few years and I was fed up with AT&T's constant dropped calls and low signals so I decided to give this phone a try. I love it! You can talk into any text box (web site, text message, etc) and the phone will translate your speech into text. You can connect your phone to your Google Voice account, effectively being able to use two phone numbers on the 1 phone concurrently. With Google Voice voicemail, you don't even have to listen to your voicemail, it will interpret the words and you can read text of what it said. The down-side is that since Android is so new, you won't find as many great apps (yet) as you can find for the iPhone. Also the behavior is a little buggy at times. Since the phone is only a month old though I guess this is to be expected, and I'm sure it will be fixed. All in all, I'm really happy that I switched!!! And now that I have T-Mobile, I have no more dropped calls or patchy cellular service!!!!

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  • quantazelle

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    Yay, a very cool Android phone with a better display --OLED-- and faster processor than the G1 or iPhone

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