While I’m doing a topic search for my blogs, I checked Technology News and saw this article about Nexus One. The mobile image caught my attention and I immediately decided to create an article about it.
Nexus One is thinner than Apple's Iphone and runs in Android 2.1, Google’s mobile OS. It uses Qualcomm 1 GHz Snapdragon chip therefore it is expected to provide real-time ubiquitous communication, high-performance multimedia, location-aware content, Internet browsing and productivity applications, all with the lowest levels of power consumption for all-day battery life and always-on connectivity.
Browsing and use of applications is much easier because of the phone's high resolution OLED touchscreen and Wi-fi feature. It also has this 5 megapixel large camera for taking videos and pictures.
Keyboard and display supports multiple languages. And talking about touchscreen keyboard, another option that Google provided is the voice-to-text feature that serves as voice command in creating your emails and notes. Whoah! I would love to try that! Imagine speaking to your phone and it will right down everything you said. Oopps.. What if I have this accent or new terms? I hope Nexus can understand it. Hey Nexus just answer back if you can't. Maybe a buzz or you can say "Hey! What are you talking about?". LOL. If the phone answered back, Google will spend bucks for fixing broke Nexus because I might throw it away. LOL.
However, the number of unhappy customers keeps on rising. Nexus has been plagued by complaints including spotty 3G connectivity, problems with touchscreen, very high termination fee and poor customer support from Google.
Despite this, Google bounced back to deal with the issues. They are working quickly to fix any problems. Keep on visiting Google Mobile Help Forum for information and resolutions. Go Google! Check this page to know more about Nexus: http://www.google.com/phone/support?locale=en_US&s7e=.