This is a discussion on I returned my N1 thread within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by Staker Thats what happens when you adopt 'new' things early on, it happened with Vista and the iPhone. In a month these ...
Did you ever use vista post SP1, i thought it ended up extremely reliable.
It is, and it's what I've been using for over a year. Bug fixes are part of the current digital climate.
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so I turned off my gps and the battery seemed to last a bit longer. I re weighed the pros n cons and because most the cons can and probably will be fixed by a software update I decided to keep the n1
Well I'm keeping g my n1 to see where and how it goes. But I do switch between iPhone 3gs and my N1 But I do see me using my iPhone 3gs more because I have a cable everywhere for it (TV out) from my car to my TV's. My TV in my car I can put my navigation from iPhone on it and see it there to my movies. I've look everywhere online and have yet to find a TV out cable for the nexus one. Plus in my opinion. I feel the gaming on android far behind apple. I feel like I want from a 360 to an Atari. That's just my opinion and my end lags a lot for a processor being so big. I feel my 3gs moves faster in apps. But the internet on the And is unbelievably fast. Like now I'm using my n1 to type this and my cursor has disappeared.
IME, no phone has a long battery life running resource hogs like that. Although gps is less hoggish than a concert....I have friends that cell cast concerts (audio and/or video) and nobody gets through an entire show on any phone. And the reception is good on iphone but the worst for battery life. Last week someone I know casted on a Droid and the reception was horrible and battery died quickly. I stipulate it has alot to do with each venue, where the person sits etc but we're pretty used to the parameters and no phone did everything.
Then again if your life requires gps all day then I guess that's the deciding factor for your phone purchases.
I thought this phone automatically turns "off" the programs as they age off so if you open 5 more things after gps, then gps goes away. I may be wrong though.