Google has formally launched the over-hyped smartphone Nexus One at its headquarters in Silcon Valley, The Nexus One is the first phone that will be sold through Google’s online market.
The Nexus One runs on Android 2.1 OS, features a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen 800 x 480 pixels,and a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, Nexus features also a 3.5mm headphone jack, 802.11b/g WiFi, stereo Bluetooth , a 4GB microSD card expandable to 32GB, accelerometer, active noise compression, compass support and GPS chip.
With the voice-to-text capability you can populate any text field by talking (not only text searches) and composing E-mails and SMS. The Nexus One also has live animated wallpapers that you can interact with.
The phone is currently available unlocked for $529 through google.com/phone, or for $179.99 on a two year deal from T-Mobile and will later be launched on other carriers.
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It’s been 18 months since the launch of Apple’s iPhone App Store, and since then we’ve had Google’s Android apps, Nokia’s Ovi apps and Windows Mobile apps, but none of these latter options are yet to reach the sheer choice available on their older rival’s platform. Apps have changed mobile phones from simple call/text functionality to powerful portable tool kits with solutions to a huge amount of needs. There are now 150,000 apps available from Apple, but as yet there’s no easy way to get through the App Store and find what you want unless you know exactly what you are looking for. However, help is at hand, and here’s a quick guide to five of the best apps currently available in the Apple App Store. If you would like to get an iPhone, then take a look at the Vodafone website where you can now find the latest 32 GB 3GS model.
Spotify – Music
There are quite a few different music streaming services available through the App Store, with Pandora and Last.fm regularly being touted as amongst the best. However, few have been quite so hyped as Spotify, which was anticipated as a ‘killer app’ before its launched. Details and Download…
The LG GW520 handset is a touchscreen phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. With this simple description, one would assume that the mobile is a high-end smartphone. Well, it isn’t. It only looks like one but uts actually one of the best slide mobiles currently on the market. This made doing this LG GW520 review very interesting.
LG made a lot of money with their LG Cookie. The latter was a touchscreen handset that was very popular for its competitive price. LG added the slide-out QWERTY factor to the equation and we got ourselves the LG GW520 handset. Smart of the manufacturer to add another cool thing to an already famously cool handset, we feel qwerty phones are on the rise as emailing and texting is so much easier. Details and Download…