New member, 1 month of cell phone bliss

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    New member, 1 month of cell phone bliss

    Just joined here, but I've had the N1 for a little over a month now. Although it is my first smartphone, I have to say this is the coolest gadget I have EVER owned. Everyone I know has either a BB or iphone, and besides the iphone having better/more apps I think android is the way to go!

    Too bad there are already phones better than the N1, but thats how technology goes...

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    Welcome Whizzit!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Whizzit View Post
    Too bad there are already phones better than the N1, but thats how technology goes...
    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?

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    Hmm, well from just Googling the HTC Evo had a better screen and camera. Not sure if its compatible with that network, but most likely. Every other month new phones come out. Just keep up to date with the tech news and take the plunge when you find a phone that u think is $exy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalou View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Whizzit View Post
    Too bad there are already phones better than the N1, but thats how technology goes...
    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?
    I love my N1, but I will surely be buying the new iPhone when it is released as well. AT&T just upped my upgrade date, and I'm not going to disappoint them by not using it
    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whizzit View Post
    Hmm, well from just Googling the HTC Evo had a better screen and camera. Not sure if its compatible with that network, but most likely. Every other month new phones come out. Just keep up to date with the tech news and take the plunge when you find a phone that u think is $exy.
    I have been reading the tech news & thought you might have caught something I missed. The HTC Evo is a CDMA phone & only available on Sprint here in the US, so that's not an option for me. My friend bought it Friday & while he LOVES the phone/features, he's seriously disappointed how quickly the battery dies. I guess "with great power comes short battery life" :rofl3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pricej636 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whizzit View Post
    Too bad there are already phones better than the N1, but thats how technology goes...
    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?
    I love my N1, but I will surely be buying the new iPhone when it is released as well. AT&T just upped my upgrade date, and I'm not going to disappoint them by not using it
    FYI, the new iPhone will be using a new micro-SIM instead of the standard size that fits both your 3GS and N1. I think this will piss off a bunch of folks who like to swap between phones they own...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pricej636 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalou View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Whizzit View Post
    Too bad there are already phones better than the N1, but thats how technology goes...
    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?
    I love my N1, but I will surely be buying the new iPhone when it is released as well. AT&T just upped my upgrade date, and I'm not going to disappoint them by not using it

    I'm also curious when you receive the new iPhone..if you could give us an honest comparison after a few days/weeks of usage, how Android compares. I think the BIGGEST thing new on iPhone is that new 'voice activated' service (name escapes me right now), which may trump Androids voice service, which means some competition on that front as well! Jailbroken iPhones apparently have multi-tasking (I'm told), so that is almost a ho-hum feature, although I'm sure the media and Steve will hype that up bigtime, after previously stating 'you don't need multi-tasking'....strange how things Steve says 'we don't need' magically appears years later as a hot new feature! :rofl3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphawave7 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalou View Post

    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?
    I love my N1, but I will surely be buying the new iPhone when it is released as well. AT&T just upped my upgrade date, and I'm not going to disappoint them by not using it

    I'm also curious when you receive the new iPhone..if you could give us an honest comparison after a few days/weeks of usage, how Android compares. I think the BIGGEST thing new on iPhone is that new 'voice activated' service (name escapes me right now), which may trump Androids voice service, which means some competition on that front as well! Jailbroken iPhones apparently have multi-tasking (I'm told), so that is almost a ho-hum feature, although I'm sure the media and Steve will hype that up bigtime, after previously stating 'you don't need multi-tasking'....strange how things Steve says 'we don't need' magically appears years later as a hot new feature! :rofl3:
    Of course, glad to give a review of the new iPhone.

    Im running iPhone OS beta 4 on my 3Gs right now, and I can tell you there is nothing on there that the N1 doesnt already have. Im sure Apple is holding a couple punches until they release the GM, but it cant be anything significant if they havent had the developers do any testing on it.

    But I will give an honest comparison when they release the new hardware, including pictures. I have plenty of opinions already, but based on beta software so I don't think it would be an accurate comparison yet.
    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalou View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalou View Post

    I'm coming to the end of my iPhone 3G contract and am considering the Nexus One. I'm waiting until I see Steve Jobs' announcement before I finally pull the trigger, but probability is high that I'll join the Android camp. As far as Android phones available on AT&T (they have the fastest data rates and good coverage here in Atlanta), what other GSM 3G 850/1900/2100MHz phones are there that are better?
    I love my N1, but I will surely be buying the new iPhone when it is released as well. AT&T just upped my upgrade date, and I'm not going to disappoint them by not using it
    FYI, the new iPhone will be using a new micro-SIM instead of the standard size that fits both your 3GS and N1. I think this will piss off a bunch of folks who like to swap between phones they own...
    Yeah, I was aware of that. Nothing that a $10 micro-sim adapter wont fix
    Jason
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