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Review: Google Nexus One

updated 10:15 am EST, Mon January 18, 2010

Google's "superphone" paired with Android 2.1

Although there are already a wide variety of smartphones available on the Android platform, the Nexus One marks Google's first push into the hardware market. The N1 diverges from other smartphones by adding an AMOLED display, 1GHz Snapdragon CPU and the latest Android 2.1 operating system. The search giant touts the device as the first 'superphone,' but our Nexus One review takes a closer look at how it stacks up against the iPhone and other Android offerings.



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  1. dliup

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    NOPE

    Google put their name on HTC phones. That's not "push into the hardware market."

  1. facebook_Kevin

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    Kevin Smith

    Hey mate.

    nice writing. but it doesn't give a lot info about this phone. you should publish some images of that phone.

  1. facebook_Kevin

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    Kevin Smith

    Hey mate.

    nice writing. but it doesn't give a lot info about this phone. you should publish some images of that phone.

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