Official Nexus One VERIZON thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDII View Post
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    Yeah but battery life is very important to me and the specs don't look promising for the Incredible. I hope I can at least get though a day on one charge.
    Considering the heavy use these phones are meant to have, a good eight hours is asking a lot. I mean these are web phones, constantly updating and constantly online. There is a lot of drainage thats gonna happen.
    Absolutely. What doesn't make sense to me is that they put a battery the same size as the Eris's battery. I would have though that they would have gone with something like a 1600mAh stock.
    Their are just being cheap, which affects the overall quality of the device. No head phones, crappy boxing, lame battery. Common we are paying for a quality device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabaker07 View Post
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    Yeah but battery life is very important to me and the specs don't look promising for the Incredible. I hope I can at least get though a day on one charge.
    Argh, I keep forgetting about that chincey battery. The reviews have definitely said that the battery is less than adequate. I was afraid of this. On a lighter note, I already see that Verizon is going to be selling a 2130 mAH replacement battery. They sell it with a new battery cover that probably juts out a bit further, but it sounds like it will be worth the increased thickness. ($59.99 is very steep, however).
    I was already planning on getting one when they release them. I just hope it doesn't add to much, in terms of size, to the phone since I like to keep it in my pocket. I don't use cases so not being able to have one that fits doesn't bother me. Also, if the back of your phone gets scratched up a replacement is around $12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-man View Post
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    Considering the heavy use these phones are meant to have, a good eight hours is asking a lot. I mean these are web phones, constantly updating and constantly online. There is a lot of drainage thats gonna happen.
    Absolutely. What doesn't make sense to me is that they put a battery the same size as the Eris's battery. I would have though that they would have gone with something like a 1600mAh stock.
    Their are just being cheap, which affects the overall quality of the device. No head phones, crappy boxing, lame battery. Common we are paying for a quality device.
    True! Bump the retail up $50 and still subsidize at $200 and include all of the things you mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-man View Post
    Their are just being cheap, which affects the overall quality of the device. No head phones, crappy boxing, lame battery. Common we are paying for a quality device.
    I think they are offsetting some of the cost from the 8mp cam, the new touchsensor, and the speaker! And it's a massmarket phone that will be sold to many, so they want to make a decent profit on it. Unlike Google and the Nexus One, if they wanted to make a profit from it, they should take another course in business. To let the Incredible launch on Verizon first was a death-sentence...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDII View Post
    I don't use cases so not being able to have one that fits doesn't bother me. Also, if the back of your phone gets scratched up a replacement is around $12.
    I also don't like or use cases. If the back is easily replaced, how do you plan to protect the front/screen? I hear that it scratches much more easily than the Motorola Droid or N1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDII View Post
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    Absolutely. What doesn't make sense to me is that they put a battery the same size as the Eris's battery. I would have though that they would have gone with something like a 1600mAh stock.
    Their are just being cheap, which affects the overall quality of the device. No head phones, crappy boxing, lame battery. Common we are paying for a quality device.
    True! Bump the retail up $50 and still subsidize at $200 and include all of the things you mentioned.
    Quote Originally Posted by rabaker07 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by E-man View Post
    Their are just being cheap, which affects the overall quality of the device. No head phones, crappy boxing, lame battery. Common we are paying for a quality device.
    I think they are offsetting some of the cost from the 8mp cam, the new touchsensor, and the speaker! And it's a massmarket phone that will be sold to many, so they want to make a decent profit on it. Unlike Google and the Nexus One, if they wanted to make a profit from it, they should take another course in business. To let the Incredible launch on Verizon first was a death-sentence...

    They should just give the best possible product. They know that the incredible will have a lot more heavy use than the eris, I mean a bigger screen with amoled. Yet they still give us the same battery. They are just gonna get a bunch of complaints. But we are helpless to do anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabaker07 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KDII View Post
    I don't use cases so not being able to have one that fits doesn't bother me. Also, if the back of your phone gets scratched up a replacement is around $12.
    I also don't like or use cases. If the back is easily replaced, how do you plan to protect the front/screen? I hear that it scratches much more easily than the Motorola Droid or N1...
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    Quote Originally Posted by markanderin View Post
    Phandroid reporting that Vodafone Nexus One 'coming soon' page now says 'April'...

    confirmed link: Nexus One - Buy the Nexus One Mobile phone

    That leaves Verizon as the only listed carrier still with an ambiguous launch date. Aren't those two companies 'sister companies'? Would that mean the big V is next?

    I wouldn't get too excited about this. Vodafone operates both CDMA and GSM, and this will likely be the GSM version. Sorry to be a dream crusher,.. just trying to keep things level headed as best we can.

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    i havent lost all hope yet...i tweeted @vzwsupport and got this as a response...@mkappy we expect a Nexus One from Google to run on our network soon. Will post when comes avaiable

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattykaps View Post
    i havent lost all hope yet...i tweeted @vzwsupport and got this as a response...@mkappy we expect a Nexus One from Google to run on our network soon. Will post when comes avaiable
    i'll take that as good news, and noone will change my mind otherwise
    :P

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