T-Mobile Google HTC Nexus One

  • T-Mobile Google HTC Nexus One
85
Based on 54 scores, 105 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    26
  • Good:
    22
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Beautiful LED screen (high resolution to date), Responsive touch screen, Fast processing speed, Impressive Android 2.1 applications, Easy email access powered by Google, Easy to check messages, Smooth and fast loading of applications, Instant messaging ru
  • Looks trendy; fast; nice display; great camera; lots of free apps available.
  • Looks trendy; fast; nice display; great camera; lots of free apps available.

Cons:

  • Tough if you don’t use Google resources, Trackball doesn’t change colors, Ringtone selection is horrible, Battery life is okay, but you have to charge it every night from moderate use, Flexes between 3G and EDGE, depending on your location, To
  • Soft ringing volume; narrow virtual keyboard layout; pricey and not yet ­available here.

Expert reviews and ratings

By DigitalVersus on 100

Should you get a HTC Desire or a Google (HTC) Nexus One? Apart from a few rare exceptions, the two handsets are pretty similar and end up performing equally well. We still prefer HTC's own phone though, which has a more attractive user interface and...

By PC Authority on 83

Google’s own Google phone looks the part, but it lacks a little polish...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

We're not going to deny it - we're a little late with this one. In fact, Google has all but discontinued the Nexus One. Nonetheless, enough of you have clogged our inboxes and comments sections with requests to give the device a once-over...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Hard to distinguish from HTC's Desire, the Nexus One lacks HTC's Sense software and more practical controls, but shares its awful battery life....

By CoolSmartphone on

So what is it exactly that makes the Nexus One so special as an Android phone, well the obvious reason it it was made by HTC but totally how Google wanted it to be, no customisation, no branding, just a good solid well built phone for developers and...

By Good Gear Guide on 85

The Nexus One smartphone isn’t as revolutionary as Google might have you believe, but it remains an excellent smartphone regardless. The Android platform is only going to get better and the Nexus One’s excellent display and sleek hardware...

By What Mobile on 80

Smartphones are the new black. Every manufacturer wants to get in on the act, coming up with a handset that, with a mix of new features, an innovative operating system and access to an applications store, might just rival or get ahead of the...

By Recombu on 100

Although the Google Nexus One isn’t the revolutionary handset we were half expecting from Google, there’s no doubting that it is a great phone.With Android 2.2 rolling out now for Google Nexus One users, though, the software may well be the...

By AnandTech on

I get inspiration to write from the strangest places. It can be a conversation, an observation or just music. I say it’s from the strangest places because the inspiration doesn’t result in a painting or a photograph, it ends up in the...

By Phones.com on 74

HTC Nexus One by Google has been predicted as the only gadget that can possibly outshine the facets that Apple’s Iphone has. The Nexus One is what techies call a super hyped Android phone for the simple reasons that it is both a hardware and...

By Blogcritics on

It's now been 60 days since I made the transition from a loyal BlackBerry user (I had been using BlackBerry devices exclusively for the past five years) to a Nexus One user. Since I'd grown quite accustomed to the BlackBerry keyboard, I thought...

By Gadling on

We don't take much time here on Gadling to review mobile phones - and rightfully so, as there are plenty of other sites that do a much better job than we can pull off. Still, there is something to be said about a phone review that has a strong focus...

By Mobile88 on

ONE thing’s for sure, having Google’s Nexus One around will surely make you stand out from the crowd for the simple reason that the device is not yet ­available here... officially at least. What’s really special about this particular smartphone...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Google forces the Android issue with Nexus One. Hardware and software issues keep it from besting iPhone and even Palm Pre, but what about Droid? Here at Tom’s Guide, we aren’t easily impressed. Lots of hardware, software and tech makes its...

By TechCentral on

ONE thing’s for sure, having Google’s Nexus One around will surely make you stand out from the crowd for the simple reason that the device is not yet ­available here... officially at least. What’s really special about this...

By 3G UK on 100

on the Google Nexus One The Google Nexus One is a smart phone alright, with an enhanced Android operating system, lots of lovely features and a fast processor, all wrapped up in a lovely looking piece of kit. Related News Google Nexus One...

By BrightHub on 100

The Nexus One, Google's flagship phone is an amazing one just as long as you don't look at it's sales. It is a super fast smartphone running the latest version of Google's Android operating system. The phone is aimed at pretty well...

By InsideHW on

As the mobile device market grows, so does the number of users who use smartphones to search and access Internet. They’ve been using Windows Mobile or Symbian platforms for that most of the time in recent years, and even iPhone since not that long...

By Mobile Choice on 100

So you want a smartphone that looks good and works like a dream (quite a fast-moving dream, at that)? This is perhaps the first phone to really take the iPhone on, and maybe that’s why Google waited until now before it delivered its own hardware...

By AccessoryGeeks on

I have had this phone for a few weeks now and it is by far one of the best smartphones I have ever had! I am usually a blackberry person myself but the Nexus One incorporates business and pleasure into one sleek device that fits well in the palm of...