Google already giving up on N1...

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    Senior Member fiercefire's Avatar
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    Google already giving up on N1...

    Yeah. Big day for the NS. Bad day for the N1.

    Apparently the latest version of Google Maps is not supported by the N1... which is odd considering we have everything and more the Droid does.

    :confused:


    Google Maps for Mobile 5 unveiled, adds dynamic map drawing and offline mode -- Engadget

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    Meh..eye candy, not mission-critical. I'll have an android tablet do this on a larger screen before I'll worry about the 'failings' of the N1 screen on this.

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    Lol it had to happen some day. I wonder if it will be able to run honeycomb :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone View Post
    Lol it had to happen some day. I wonder if it will be able to run honeycomb :-/
    When comparing NS specs, the only thing holding us back is memory honestly.

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    If Nexus hardware can't support something how is Google giving up on the Nexus?
    Androidfied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiercefire View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gone View Post
    Lol it had to happen some day. I wonder if it will be able to run honeycomb :-/
    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...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone View Post
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    Lol it had to happen some day. I wonder if it will be able to run honeycomb :-/
    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.

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    We all have multitouch but it is a little jumpy or at least to some people and that is apparently what Google think too.

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    This is the Way of the Smartphone. Eventually our N1s will be PaperWeights....Kickass Paperweights
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    yep pseudo multitouch

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