- Dec 24, 2009
- Reaction score
No surprise there... the Nexus One launch.
The only question after that is do expectations meet reality?
(My vote is for NO... much like the original "Gphone" talk ... which turned out to be the announcement of Android... I suspect there is going to be some facts that will surprise some people.
Will HTC release the Passion on Verizon at the same time and get me to consider swapping my newly purchased Droid for it?
The Snapdraggon sounds tasty but I think the Sense UI would bug me. For every Android version that comes out I'd have to wait for HTC to get Sense configured for it before I could use that version? Nope. Eris owners are playing that game and I say more power to em. I'm afraid I want every improvement yesterday.
Excellent question. Why is there going to be a Verizon Nexus One? I thought Verizon was "the last safeguard against Google's monopoly" or something like that.Why would there be a CDMA version of the Nexus One if Verizon already rejected Google's idea during the pre-production. Of course there won't be a Nexus One...