By: t-marco April 7th, 2010
T-Mobile is not offering the Nexus One in the stores yet, but yes, started to offering cases and other accessories for the Google Phone. We believe that if T-Mobile starts selling accessories, that is a good indication that it will start selling also the phone. You don’t want to buy the phone on the web then run to the store to get a case or protector.
We just hope that T-Mobile will sell the Nexus One with a better price.
By: t-marco February 26th, 2010
The Nexus One is introduced by Google as the next step in Android evolution and the hardware found on is really impressive to say the least. As it was rumored, it packs a giant 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 480×800 pixels. The handset is also featuring the Snapdragon chipset with a processor, clocked at 1GHz. It runs on the Android 2.1 operating system.
Just today, FCC passed the new Nexus One possible hitting to Verizon Wireless and/or Sprint. HTC PB99300 is the ID model for the Nexus One CDMA version.
By: t-marco January 26th, 2010
Google and T-Mobile have been working on fixing the 3G problem on the Nexus One. As you know, the Nexus One has some issues trying to connect to T-Mobile’s 3G network, jumping from 3G to EDGE like crazy.
Google has completed its research into the issue and is laying the blame at the feet of the weak 3G network ran by T-Mobile. A bug was also found in the software of the handset during the investigation and a fix is incoming to address the issue.
Take a moment about this.. if you have a G1 and a Nexus 1, and both are capable to work on T-Mobile’s 3G network and only one phone (the G1) can connect to it.. do you blame the network or the other phone? ..
Tell us what you think …..
By: t-marco January 15th, 2010
After T-Mobile and Google heard all the complains on 3G reception with the Nexus One and The double ETF, they are giving us some good news to existing T-Mo customers. Starting January 14th, existing T-Mobile customers can upgrade to Google Nexus One for only US$ 279. Customers that previously upgraded to Nexus One paying 379, will receive US$ 100 mail in rebate… that is better compared with Apple when they give iTunes cards as a rebate. Starting to today, Google will notify them if they qualify for that refund. Expect your 100 bucks withing 14 days.
By: t-marco January 13th, 2010
Wow… Getting the new Nexus One is not too pretty. Seams that T-Mobile and Google, if you cancel your contract after 14 days ( 30 in CA ), will charge you ETF, both of them. From Google side, the fee is 350 while from T-Mobile is 200. But wait, also Google will charge you for the device.. 179, making a big total of US$ 729. Gosh..that is outrageous!!
Please note that the Equipment Recovery Fee is imposed by Google and not your chosen carrier and is in addition to any early termination fees that may be charged by your chosen carrier in connection with termination of your wireless plan prior to fulfillment of your chosen carrier’s service agreement term.
I think is a much better idea to buy the phone unlocked without a contract, that will be way cheaper.!
By: t-marco January 10th, 2010
Not happy with the Nexus One, Google is preparing a new edition of its phone. According to Reuters, no less a source than Andy Rubin says that the next model (the Nexus Two?) will be made for business users and will feature a physical QWERTY keyboard. It’s not clear yet if the second Google Nexus handset will be manufactured by HTC (like the Nexus One), or by another company. It will support AWS 3G bands or it will be designed for AT&T or Verizon Wireless.
Such a device could potentially pose a competitive threat to BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, which has a strong position in the enterprise cellphone market.
Now we can just wait for the official word.
By: t-marco January 8th, 2010
Seams like Google is starting his new project Nexus One with the left foot. Some users are reporting already that the Nexus One is running over EDGE where 3G is available. And even over EDGE , the T-Mobile G1 has 3 solid bars while the Nexus has only one. On the other hand, Google Nexus One support page, on the specifications list, said the Nexus was available to use WiFi b/g and N, while the HTC page only said b/g. Now Google has changed its website deleting the letter N from Wireless connectivity.
We don’t know who is right but because HTC built the phone.. we are going to stick with them.
By: t-marco January 6th, 2010
Do you want to know how much will you spend if you sign up with T-Mo and get the new Nexus One for 2 Years? well our friends from BillShrink have taken a look at four of the most popular smartphones, (iPhone 3GS, Palm Pre, Motorola DROID, and Google Nexus One ) to see what their total cost of ownership would be. This is great chart showing the specifications and price. As you can see, the price is not too bad compared with the iPhone 3Gs and the Motorola Droid ( the 2 most expensive ).
Check the chart and tell us what you think..