This is a discussion on What's in store for 2.2 update ? within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by acabbie voice dialing would be a big plus for me!!! Correct me if Im wrong, but I thought the N1 already had ...
I ude my gps alot and it was draining my battery with maps,gps and 3G all running at the sametime. The voice was very muffled and sounded like a robot. Got tired of waiting for the update so I rooted my phone and now running a Cyanogen rom. I also hacked a navigon gps which is just now using only my gps and with better voice selection!
Robotic voice? Hmmmmm that's weird. My phone is perfect. As far as battery goes I have my solution with a seidio. And maps is perfect. Maybe ur voice was muffled cuz u placed ur finger over the microphone by mistake when talking?
Here's my list:
1. Dalvik Turbo
2. More options to improve battery life
3. Better music app with plugins for Pandora, shoutcast, etc
5. Support a sync application for music management
6. I can't believe it's still missing: signature for email (not gmail)
7. Trackball colors by notification type
8. Voice dialing through bluetooth
9. Support for video calling
1. WiFi can't reconnect
2. Soft buttons miscalibrated
3. Auto brightness control is poor, pulses, never goes full-bright
4. Camera has pink glow in center for light areas
5. Frequent FC on launcher2 after some installs
6. News and Weather app goes back to weather after reading story
7. Gallery compresses pictures poorly/shows banding
I believe the next major update will be to 3.0. that doesn't mean update 2 to 2.1 won't come out
I am hearing lots of rumors about Exchange calendar and tasks sync being included natively in 3.0. That would be huge for not only the N1, but for Android as a whole. I've seen countless people say they would go N1 in a heartbeat if that one feature alone was included natively. Now if Android 3.0 has full ActiveSync included as well as connectivity for group based Cisco IPSec VPN's, I think the platform would have potential to explode in corporate settings.