Posted by Dradon Haystorm on 27th September 2011

HTC Google Nexus One review

The HTC Google Nexus One Smart Phone is a slightly older model of smart phone but that doesn’t mean its popularity has fallen.  It is one of the prettiest smart phones that you are likely to get your hands on.  You get practically all the technology you can get your hands on with this phone, and it will not be going out of fashion for a good while yet.

Google Nexus One

The first thing that you notice when you look at the HTC Google Nexus One is the glorious design.  It is very slim to fit in those tight jeans pockets, and has sleek, rounded edges.  Even the flat surfaces of this phone look curvy, with the grey-sliver surround.

At 130g this is a lightweight phone.  It is slightly over a centimeter in thickness, and about 12 centimeters tall and 6 centimeters wide.  The screen is a trendy amoled capacitive touch screen with 16 million colors and multi touch input can be achieved with a simple firmware upgrade.  Unusually, the phone has a trackball at the bottom to enable easy navigation, although this does seem a little more like a gimmick than a truly useful feature.

To store plenty of data, the HTC Google Nexus One is bundled with a 4gb micro SD card, although you could use a micro SD card of up to 32GB if you would prefer.  The USB connection allows you to simply add data to your phone whenever you need to.

The HTC Google Nexus One supports EDGE and GPRS, and you have 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth so that you are never out of options when it comes to connection choices.

You will also be able to make use of the whopping 2560 x 1920 pixel camera that operates at 5 megapixels.  You can use the LED flash in dark lights, and with the right app, this doubles up as a torch.

This is a great phone that looks to be sticking around for a while.

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