Editors Liked

  • 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
  • Luxurious screen, super-fast processor, cool extra features
  • Great OLED screen; replaceable battery; good call quality; infinitely customizable
  • Fast processor, Nice display, Customization
  • Android software update makes it easier to navigate UI. Hardware feels light and solid in our hands
  • Superb design and build, excellent display quality, Android 2.1 OS with Android Market, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, great interface design, excellent web browser, good connectivity features, voice to text converter
  • Speech control and visual search. Support for Exchange email. Crisp screen
  • Ease of docking and undocking the Nexus One Variety of options to output music and audio Tight integration with the Nexus One including auto-launch of clock application
  • Superb hardware specification, runs Android
  • Dazzling OLED display, Snappy performance, Sleek, ultraslim design
  • Great display, clear call audio, crazy fast CPU, many apps available
  • AMOLED improves color, contrast ratio, lowlight performance, Attractive design, Solid but light and compact, Snappy 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, Android 2.1 refined from v2.0 Voice input works well, Removable battery, microSD slot
  • Fastest Android phone yet. Beautiful hardware. Super-bright screen
  • Worldbeating 3.7” AMOLED display, Lightning quick 1GHz Snapdragon processor, The most visually pleasing Android build yet, Speech to text, Seamless Google integration
  • Attractive, fast, large AMOLED display, latest Android OS straight from the source
  • Brilliant, 3.7-inch AMOLED display, Fast and responsive, Slim, lightweight design, Android 2.1 OS is more attractive than previous versions
  • You can buy a Nexus One unlocked. Spiffy design. Bright screen. Runs Usain Bolt fast. The voice recognition works in virtually any text field
  • Dazzling OLED display, Snappy performance, Sleek, ultraslim design

Editors Didn't Like

  • 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
  • Soft ringing volume; narrow virtual keyboard layout; pricey and not yet ­available here
  • Virtual buttons that take pixel-perfect presses to workLook and Feel
  • Keyboard wigs out; weird softkey placement; Android Marketplace sucks; TMobile
  • Touchscreen not accurate, 3rd party apps not as polished, Only 512mb app storage, Battery life low
  • Voice recognition still gives somewhat wonky results. Navigation buttons too close to touchscreen. Android Market is still a mess. Notification reading is still a multipleswipe process. Trackball is imprecise
  • Display has poor sunlight visibility and slightly over-saturated colors, interface is occasionally jittery, no DivX/XviD playback, inadequate loudspeaker volume, keys under display are a bit frustrating to use
  • Same battery woes as the iPhone. Unresponsive shortcut buttons. Lack of internal storage
  • From a hardware perspective, nothing. Would like a software option to choose to answer the phone by removing the phone from the dock Would like to see more options for different faces or themes on the clock screen saver instead of just simple green te
  • Application incompatibilities between Android devices
  • Software keyboard is far from perfect, No multitouch support
  • Mediocre text input, poor 3G reception, short battery life
  • AMOLED panel not as bright as LCDs, App storage limited to onboard memory, Package only includes 4GB microSD card, Tinny sound from integrated speaker, Calendar does not accommodate time zones
  • No phone or in-person support. Confusing pricing and service options. No voice dialing or transcription over Bluetooth
  • The topheavy design makes the Nexus One slippery, No multitouch, No Bluetooth voice dialing, The enhanced UI is nice, but we still want Sense
  • Sorry AT&T users, no 3G version for you
  • No multitouch capabilities, Mediocre call quality, Voice search needs work, Lackluster battery life
  • Idering its central placement, the trackball is rather underwhelming
  • Software keyboard is far from perfect, No multitouch support