ill pm you wen i buy mine then and you can send me it
Dos_Box (18th January 2010)
Got mine today, and it's just finished it's charge!
Off to have some fun!
And the battery life does sound great!
Has anyone mirgated from an Apple iPhone to one of these yet?
Nexus One users: how are you finding the on-screen keyboard? Quick enough to type accurately?
One day all unboxing videos will be done like this
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_ETSvTAo4A&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube- NINJA'S UNBOXING[/ame]
My 1st touch screen phone in all honesty and I haven't had any major problems with the keyboard, just the odd missed key when typing a text but actually the Nexus One picked up the mistake and corrected it anyway. (spent 2 hours updating contacts on it first night before I realised once I had sync'd it with gmail I could have done it all through the webpage, oops)
I'm impressed and very happy!
I seriously considered this phone! (before it was publicly known as the Nexus One). However, it's still not a good enough upgrade from the G1 I had and adopted as an early user. So went for the Crackberry 9700. Does what I want without the app gimmicks. I'm a serious Google whore though; but I'll wait until T-Mobile/Orange merge in 18 months time and cash in either a better Android phone (if they've bothered to improve it as a communication device) or newer iPhone (which I hope I get get on my half-price line rental for life ).
By the way guys; anyone who's brave enough to unlock the phone (or any Android phone), you can get apps onto an SD card. Go to XDA-Developers (or ask me if you want ).
ARGH! Google Checkout doesn't support Maestro!
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