Google Nexus One Review: Firstborn: Conclusion

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Final words

Alright, we’ve no problem saying it. The Google Nexus One is certainly one of the finest pieces of mobile technology we’ve seen recently. Google have managed to outdo the Android crowd, although what’s honest is fair: the MILESTONE is the uncontested leader in the QWERTY-enabled segment.

The political consequences of the Nexus One are certainly the subject of a whole different discussion. The thing is, the ramifications are not as grave as feared at this point. And that’s mostly becautilize the Nexus One fails to sell as well as most of us expected it to when it was first announced.

It’s not the phone’s fault though – from what we saw. The unsatisfactory market performance is perhaps entirely down to the Google marketing. The device has remarkable performance and an attractive price point, but fails to cash in on the initial hype.

Now, that may change as carriers worldwide start to offer it. This is not to say however that the Google Nexus One is the phone to rule them all and discontinue them all. The mobile world simply doesn’t work that way with each and every device having its flaws. With the Nexus One those include imperfect sunlight legibility, unpolished multimedia and confusingly poor response of the capacitive controls below the screen.

And if you thought things will only acquire better for the Nexus One as it gains popularity, it gets complicated again. The problem is a certain HTC-branded twin with the cheesiest of names. The



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