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  • The Google Nexus One Review
    Posted on January 12, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    With the Google Nexus One, everything that a person loves about the World Wide Web becomes conveniently available on a smart phone.


    This diminutive device weighs in at only 130 grams and is slim, sleek and sophisticated. It has a 3.7 inch widescreen display however, and with 800 x 480 pixels, it is remarkably clear. A 100,000 to 1 contrast ratio proves that clarity is possible on a cellular phone screen.


    The Google Nexus One also contains an on board 5-megapixel camera with 2X digital zoom capabilities. It will auto focus from a mere 6 cm to infinity. Not only that, this phone can pinpoint the location of each photo taken by using the phones own AGPS receiver. Video can be shot on the Nexus One on at least 20 frames per second at 720 x 480 pixels.


    Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are part of the plan, and the phone offers A2DP stereo Bluetooth as well. To ensure that the user does not get lost, the phone also contains an assisted global positioning system receiver as well as cell phone tower and Wi-Fi positioning. It also has an on board accelerometer and digital compass.



    With the Qualcomm QSD processor operating at 1 GHz, this phone runs smoothly on its Android operating system. The battery is impressive as well, with a removable 1400 mAH battery with USB charging capabilities that allow the user up to 20 hours of audio playback, up to 7 hours of video playback, and up to 5 hours Internet use on 3G or 6.5 hours on Wi-Fi. Talk time is up to 10 hours worth on 2G, and up to 7 on 3G.


    They keyboard offers language support for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese in the locations where these languages are most frequently used.


    There is a lot to love about the new Google Nexus One phone, both as a cell phone, and as an Internet accessible computer.



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  • It is almost time. The discussion that has been running rampant in regard to the arrival of the much anticipated The Google Nexus One by Google will be answered shortly, early 2010 when the product actually becomes available. When this finally happens people will get some answers to a lot of questions and concerns they have expressed over recent months of speculation. Probably as with any event that is so over discussed and speculated about, some will be extremely pleased and thrilled while others will be totally disappointed. Of course as always there will be that group who could care less either way. Some things just never change. However, here are some of the things that people have been discussing and pondering and waiting to see what will happen.


    Many people are wondering if the premiere of the Google Nexus One will also be the first step in Google becoming the next phone company. A lot of folks are speculating this might be the overall plan.


    Still a lot of others are expressing concern that the Nexus One might be limited to only T-Mobile and/or AT&T and if this becomes fact, it will severely hinder the choices available to the consumer to pick from. People are never thrilled at being placed in this position.


    Still others are worrying that Google may be looking for ways to subsidize customers phones or wire services and the fact that this could open a wide variety of issues and problems down the road, perhaps even the possibility of anti-trust action considered by the government. Of course, this is a place no one wants to go.


    Some people also feel and are concerned that Google may be ostracized by the rest of the wireless industry and isolated and left on its own. Finally, there are those who are just excited about progressive thinking companies and their new products. Well at least we will not have to wait much longer for the results.



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  • With one purchasing decision, Google has initiated forecasts for big changes in the world of the typical handset maker. Google has announced a new software platform. Google has accompanied that announcement with revelations about a new cooperation with top wireless companies.


    Technology companies such as HTC and Motorola, in combination with chipmakers such as Qualcomm are working with Google on the roll out of new offerings for cell phone users. That roll out should provide handset makers with a green light for the development of innovative new applications.


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    The announced cooperation between Google and some of the big names in wireless technology frees handset makers from the restrictions imposed by any single type of device. Google’s latest business move gives each handset maker the freedom to introduce all manner of adaptations. Now, none of those adaptations needs to require software that is tied one specific hand held device.


    In order to fully appreciate how the world has changed for the average handset maker, one might want to think of a world in which each handset had been designed for predicting one type of precipitation—either snow, hail, sleet or rain. That was the sort of world that handset makers lived in prior to this latest Google announcement.


    In that “old world” hand set makers had to pay attention to the restrictions that went with the single type of precipitation that each of that maker’s gadgets had been designed to predict. In the “new world” that Google has ushered in, today’s handset makers have the ability to work on a device that can “predict any type of precipitation.” In other words, those hand set makers can introduce innovations that work with a new network of software, and thus work with any type of hand held device.


    Google has given handset makers a bright and sunny forecast.



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  • Google Phone
    Posted on October 27, 2008 by Pure Mobile

    So this week brings a new phone at PureMobile for us to test out and give our opinion on what we think.  The phone we get to test is Google’s G1 Android Phone.  It’s been a long time coming and the wait has been worth it.



    The phone is sleek and slim weighing in at around 5.6 ounces and measuring approximately 4.6 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches.  The good thing about this small package is that it packs a 3.2 inch touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard that slides out for easier typing.  The screen is bright and easy to see which is definitely a good thing.  The G1 also supports the 3G network for high speed downloads on your phone and can be connected to a local Wi-Fi network also.


    Coming with a 3MP camera the photos look nice but we were disappointed with the lack of options they gave us.  We couldn’t figure out how to lower the quality of the images or resolution so we could save on space.  The phone comes with 60MB of internal memory and a microSD slot to put a card into.  We had no problem using a 16GB card microSD memory card for storage space.



    You also get all the standard things like the ability to use Gmail, Yahoo Messenger and MSN Messenger, which means that we at PureMobile will be able to continue our excellent customer service.


    As for a few downsides we have to say the lack of A2DP or Stereo Bluetooth and a standard 3.5mm head phone jack (why a USB jack?) makes us think that even though the phone has a lot of potential the music capabilities could definitely use some improvements.


    Now for the App Market, which is Google’s store to get new applications to increase the usefulness of your phone, is a good thing.  At the time of writing there are plenty of apps available and more being added all the time.  It leaves a lot of growth for your new phone.  You can download new apps and games all the time.



    From our in-house tests the edge network is faster then it is on the iPhone.


    So overall we are impressed.  It’s a good phone and, being an open platform it looks like, it will only get better.  We would definitely recommend it and can’t wait for the next version of the phone to see what upgrades are included



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