No N1 on VZW...

Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by Dustinmj, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. Dustinmj

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    Google updated their sales page for N1... looking like there won't be a CDMA version after all. Not that I'm in the least bit disappointed. Personally, the 'curviness' of the N1 makes me a bit nauseous. The incredible, on the other hand, ohhhh baby... Thursday can't come soon enough.

    Anyway, check it out...

    https://www.google.com/phone/choose?hl=en&gl=US
     
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    Makes sense to me. Most people don't know enough about Android to have a preference of a phone with or without Sense UI. Since all other specs are pretty much the same, I didn't see Verizon offering both the N1 and the Incredible.
     
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    A bummer for those who have been waiting patiently for the Nexus One since the announcement back in January. However, I think the Incredible will be better phone :)
     
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    I would imagine this has to do with the sales not being great, and the introduction of phones like the incredible.

    Google needs to be way ahead of other phones if they want to be able to make a dent in the market.