Archive – Google Nexus One about to get lost in the crowded market

We all know that Google is the best search engine of the world. Ever since it came up on the scene in 1996 it has been bringing continuous improvement in its services and has been offering a lot of new technologies and application to the people. Google officially launched its cell phone Google Nexus One in January 2010. It was hoped that it will outperform all other smart phones in the market but despite of its successful launch and interesting features it has not yet managed to capture the market.

 

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The size of Google Nexus One is really attractive it is 119mm in height, 59.8mm in width and 11.5mm in depth. It weighs about 130grams. It supports Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G. It has the latest Android OS v2.1 with kinetic scrolling and pinch zooming and Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz processor. Both these technologies in the mobile phone of Google are the latest among other smart phones.

Other than these latest features it provides Wi-Fi internet connectivity, 5mega pixel camera with Led flash and geo-tagging facility. It is also installed with accelerometer and proximity sensor which helps to detect the presence of physical objects with out touching them. It has standard 3.5 mm audio jack, 512 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM and 3.7″ 16M-color capacitive AMOLED touch screen of WVGA (480x 800 pixel) resolution. The overall look of the Google Nexus One is really nice and attractive. It has some drawbacks as it does not have FM radio in it and does not have a lot of functions related to its camera like shutter keys and camera features. Moreover, the issues related to its soft keys below the screen have also come up.

 

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However, it is not available in all the cell phone markets and yet is to be launched in some countries but it seems like Google’s Nexus One mobile phone have lost in the crowd of other mobile phones. People say that if Google has entered into the cell phone arena then one can expect that it will definitely bring a change in the mobile phone industry sooner or later, so far it does not seem to be happening.