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Cell Phone Comparisons
Nexus One vs. Other Android Phones

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March 19th, 2010

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While the Nexus One is one of the most powerful Android phones available, when price and value are factored into your smartphone decision, the Nexus One falls short of many of its sought-after and more attractively priced rivals.

Every device in the comparison chart below is FREE for new accounts, with the exception of the wildly popular Motorola DROID, which is an unbeatable $24.99.

One-on-One Comparisons:

Nexus One Motorola Devour
HTC Nexus One Motorola DROID HTC DROID Eris Motorola DEVOUR Motorola CLIQ XT Motorola BACKFLIP
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Costs
Phone Price $179 T-Mobile contract; $529 $24.99 FREE FREE FREE FREE
Carrier Models available for AT&T, T-Mobile & Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless T-Mobile AT&T
Highlights
Interface Standard Google Experience Standard Google Experience HTC Sense Motorola MOTOBLUR Motorola MOTOBLUR Motorola MOTOBLUR
Operating System Android Android Android Android Android Android
Screen Size 3.7″, 800 x 480 Pixels 3.7″, 480 x 854 Pixels 3.2″, 320 x 480 Pixels 3.1″, 320 x 480 Pixels 3.1″, 320 x 480 Pixels 3.1″, 320 x 480 Pixels
Video Overview - Watch Watch Watch Watch Watch
Wireless Capabilities
3G Capable Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Global Roaming Carrier dependent No No No Yes Yes
WiFi Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Mobile Hotspot No No No No No No
Mobility
GPS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bluetooth Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Voice-dialing Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Messaging Capabilities
IM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Text Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Productivity
Mobile Email Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Outlook Support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
View MS Office Attachments Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Web Browser Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Entertainment
Camera Megapixels 5.0 5.0 5.0 3.0 5.0 5.0
Apps Android Market Android Market Android Market Android Market Android Market Android Market
Video Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Music Options Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Features
Memory Capacity Up to 32GB microSD (4GB card pre-installed) Up to 32GB microSD (16GB card pre-installed) Up to 16GB microSD (8GB card pre-installed) Up to 32GB microSD (8GB card pre-installed) Up to 32GB microSD (2GB card pre-installed) Up to 32GB microSD (2GB card pre-installed)
Keyboard Virtual QWERTY Physical & Virtual QWERTY Virtual QWERTY Physical & Virtual QWERTY Virtual QWERTY Physical & Virtual QWERTY
Removable Battery Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Weight 4.58 oz 6.0 oz 4.2 oz 5.89 oz 4.6 oz 4.7 oz
Dimensions 2.35″ x 4.69″ x 0.45″ 2.4″ x 4.6″ x 0.5″ 2.19″ x 4.45″ x 0.6″ 2.4″ x 4.55″ x 0.6″ 2.4″ x 4.6″ x 0.5″ 2.1″ x 4.25″ x 0.6″

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Related posts:

  1. Nexus One vs. DROID Eris
  2. Nexus One vs. Motorola DEVOUR
  3. Nexus One vs. HD2 – T-Mobile HTC HD2 [with video]
  4. HTC Incredible vs. Nexus One

12 Responses to “Nexus One vs. Other Android Phones”

  • bailey silva
    June 21, 2010

    i dnt have a phone. because i lost it but i am getting 1 in august but idk which 1 i shoud get if u can help me

    • Please get Nexus one. You’d just fall in love with this phone.

  • Lenee Clark
    June 9, 2010

    I love my Nexus One. I priced it through Google, but ended up buying a new one on Ebay with Extras for the same price. Its lightening fast! Love Love Love it!

  • Jason
    May 21, 2010

    Hey Google, btw you could sell more phones if you didn’t make it so difficult to do business with you. Tried to upgrade w/Tmobile then tried to upgrade thru you, both left me more than disappointed. I hope u dont act so “special” when u launch the internet tv this fall. Yeah your going to Hawaii, U r more gooder at not selling nexus1.

  • William McEldowney
    April 11, 2010

    The Nexus One is $175 dollars for T-mobile if you sign up for their contract;but if you go into their store they will tell you google sells them for close to $600.00 Just go to google website and click on T mobile and you get the reduced price with all the tmobile options available in store.

  • aseroma
    April 8, 2010

    Nexus One is only available through Google to *buy* because it’s an “unlocked” phone. It’s currently compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T and soon-to-be Verizon. As far as I can tell.. it won’t be released to any specific carrier, so I wouldn’t be looking at actual Carrier stores. Google does support “individual plan” upgrades for T-Mobile though..

  • Victor
    April 6, 2010

    I like nexus one so I asked Tmobile service about that. They said, ‘no arrival yet’ how soon? They said, ‘don’t know’…..

    • Thurman
      April 8, 2010

      Well the Nexus one isnt going to be in stores, I asked a Tmobile rep about it and she said that I would have to get it through google since it is a google phone.. just go to http://www.google.com/phone

    • thats because google plans on selling it exclusively on their website

  • Amanda Gonzalez
    March 28, 2010

    i dont think nexus one came out to any carrier yet!!!

  • david Etkin
    March 26, 2010

    verizon doesnt have the nexus one yet

  • david kim
    March 22, 2010

    where i have to go to get the service with Nexus one phone
    I heard T-mobil handle the nexus one in u.s.a
    I live in Tewksbury MA 01876

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