Friday, 16 April 2010

Google Nexus One Specifications & Features Now Official Nexus One Videos & Full Low Down – A True iPhone Beater

Unless you ve had your head firmly implanted in a bucket of sand over
the last few months you ll already be well aware of the new Google Nexus
One Android smartphone which, after having already been the focus of
considerable speculation and hype, has at last been officially announced.
You ll no doubt want to cut straight to the chase and run through the
videos offered up below showing the Google Nexus One in action (we have
quite a few lined up for you) but for those that want to get an insight
as to its specifications and features, here s what the Nexus One brings
to the table.
Powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD 8250 processor, the Nexus One, which runs
the Android 2.1 (ร�clair) OS, sports a 3.7 � WVGA (800 x 480) widescreen
AMOLED touchscreen display (which, alas, does not support mulittouch), a
5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash offering 2x digital zoom
with geotagging functionality courtesy of the Nexus One s integrated
AGPS capabilities, an accelerometer, digital compass, 512MB Flash and
512MB RAM " with the latter being expandable thanks to an in-built
microSD card slot (up to 32GB " a 4GB card being bundled). You can also
factor in Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and WiFi b/g/n wireless connectivity. There
s also animated wallpapers, of course, which respond to user taps and
the full level of integration with Google apps that you d expect
including Google Earth whilst will allow users to navigate to well known
landmarks via voice command.
In terms of dimensions, the Google Nexus One measures in at 119mm (H) x
59.8mm (W) x 11.5mm (D) whilst weighing in at 130 grams inclusive of
battery whilst, as far as battery life is concerned you re looking at up
to 7hrs (3G) or 10hrs (2G) talktime, up to 250hrs (3G) or 290hrs (2G)
So now that you re familiar with what the Google Nexus One brings to the
table in terms of specifications and features, how about actually
witnessing the Nexus One in action?
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