May 12, 2020

Reviews Google Nexus

All robots are equal, but some robots are more equal than others. Google it. You get the Nexus. There are about 50 tablets and smartphones running Android today. True, all they had with the Open Handset Alliance, Google finally an appeal to the pride of their country.

What does this mean? Well, not that those we have hitherto seen droids are poor, half-breed, but the Nexus is supposed to be the thing. On the one hand, the first Android Snapdragon power and it shows. The Nexus is a wicked fast. WVGA touch screen is a joy to watch and it is only the second AMOLED find an Android device. D1 Video is definitely the deal too sweet to make, and perhaps then the Live screen.

Awash with rumors and before the launch, Google officially unveiled A Nexus in January 2020 and became available just after the ceremony. Naturally, the first units were sold in only a limited number of countries (UK, Singapore and Hong Kong).

Anyway Google is to begin shipping their A Nexus by several operators in Europe, starting with Vodafone this year. That’s about to Verizon subscribers will have a CDMA version of the device to get. Google has a phone to sell, so it’s a fair guess they see what anyone can have. Now everybody wants? Let’s see. Key Facts :

* Quad-band GSM and dual band 3G support * HSDPA 7.2 Mbps and 2 Mbps HSUPA support * 3.7 “WVGA 16 million color AMOLED capacitive touch screen (480x 800 pixels) resolution * Android OS v2.1 with kinetic scrolling and zooming pinch * Slim profile and build some high quality * Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1 GHz QSD8250 * 512 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM * 5 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and geo-tagging * D1 (720 x 480 pixels) @ 24fps video recording * Wi-Fi and GPS with A-GPS * Slot microSD card comes with a 4GB * The accelerometer and proximity sensor * Standard 3.5 mm audio jack * S & microUSB (load) and stereo Bluetooth v2.1 Trackball navigation system *

Major drawbacks :

* Not DivX and XviD video playback * No support for Flash browser (update on the road) * No voice dialing and smart * Interface bit clumsy camera and the camera has limited * No Speed camera dedicated key * Memory card not hot-swappable * No FM radio * The buttons below the screen are a bit insensitive

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