Google already giving up on N1...

This is a discussion on Google already giving up on N1... within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by fiercefire Originally Posted by Gone Originally Posted by fiercefire When comparing NS specs, the only thing holding us back is memory honestly. ...

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    Senior Member Gone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiercefire View Post
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    When comparing NS specs, the only thing holding us back is memory honestly.
    Who is comparing the NS specs?

    Anyway the article only said the Nexus One can't support it because it does not have multitouch. That's why I wonder if honeycomb will have a lot of features that the nexus one hardware just won't support...

    ... I have multitouch.
    Download sliceit in the market and see how good that multitouch is...

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    We have two point m touch screens ...imho x and y Axis tracking only ... does that constitute multi touch (more-than-one touch)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone View Post
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    Who is comparing the NS specs?

    Anyway the article only said the Nexus One can't support it because it does not have multitouch. That's why I wonder if honeycomb will have a lot of features that the nexus one hardware just won't support...

    ... I have multitouch.
    Download sliceit in the market and see how good that multitouch is...

    I have sliceit, our multitouch is pretty sketchy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hensk View Post
    yep pseudo multitouch
    A Very Very Warm Welcome Hensk

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    10ks m8,
    as Desire еx-user I have expiriense what N1 can do
    what is advantiges & disadvantages of N1 & Desire
    also dont like SGS look (iphonish) but N-S is sometхing diffrent

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    Hi All, is the N1 can handle new Android 2.3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitah View Post
    Hi All, is the N1 can handle new Android 2.3?
    IMHO Hell Yeah!

    NS has no great hardware (CPU/RAM config) improvement over the N1

    We still own one of the fastest processors in the market

    i like jumping generations, so I'm waiting for this now Quad Core Chips for Smartphones, Nvidia Corporation Announces | Staho.com

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    Most modern Android phones from the original Droid onward should be able to enjoy most if not all the new features, depending on hardware capabilities (3D rendering) and "distinct multitouch" hardware support -- the Nexus One, interestingly enough, supports vector maps but not the rotate functionality because it lacks the latter multitouch requirements
    Why is everyone saying we won't get the maps update? IT says we will get the maps update just not the multitouch 3D whocares stuff.

    Am I misunderstanding or....?
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    I've tried Nexus S, MT4G, and G2, and I just can't find a phone that surpasses the Nexus One. Hard to believe this came out almost a year ago and it's still top of the line. :nexusx:

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    All of electronic devices are just a phase in technology progress. Our N1's are still ahead of most android phones. It's still a great phone. Will be for some time. If one wants to stay at the top of technology will likely have to purchase a new phone quite often, more often than annually. Don't gripe about technology advances, those advances got us our phone. Before dual core hits the market, research is jumping into quad. We still have a pretty amazing phone.

    Sure our N1's have shortcomings, name one that doesn't. I don't want progress to be limited to what our phones can handle. Can't wait to see what my next phone will be like.

    Honeycomb? I'll enjoy whatever it brings I can use.
    :nexusx: Serious Android Fan :nexusx:

    Don't see anything in a newer phone that gives me a temptation to leave my Nexus One!

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