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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Vidboy10, Jan 6, 2010.
*Looks that it's allowing shipping to HK*
You know what im going to do...
When I do get a job, I wanted to switch from AT&T to T-Mobile. Now I have a reason.
Do want but unfortunately I won't be getting it since my parents don't want to pay for texting and don't want to pay for additional services besides calling really.
The best thing about the Nexus One is that when it doesn't have a SIM card Inside, it goes into VIOP mode!
*drool* but won't get it
since it will be useless
Awesome, looking forward to some reviews.
Hopefully it isn't too expensive here in Belgium though, although I doubt that.
no multitouch i believe.
is it a capacitive touchscreen?
Yes, it has a capacative touchscreen.
I will be importing this from some country if it's not going to be avaible in holland soon!
I am happy with my HTC hero ofcourse, but I reeaaaaally want this one.
why no multitouch?
Read somewhere it's because Apple has a patent on Multitouch for the time being.
That means the DS2 will have no multitouch screen?!
I always thought the iPhone was shit and never bothered to even consider adding it to my very limited budget... but the Nexus... man, maybe some two years down the road I will be getting one of these. Looks really fine.
Nintendo could just buy a license. It's not like patent = exclusive.
I read something similar. The European version may have multi-touch as Apple's patent applies to the US.
Phone looks good. I'd be tempted to get one, just not straight away.
So what was the G1?
What prevents Google from doing the same?
Nintendo does not compete in any manner against Apple, in any field. Google and Apple are direct adversaries fighting for the same emerging market. Do you think that A) Google would actually accept licensing something form Apple and even more B) Apple would license to Google?
but my htc hero which is also android has multitouch
Just to let you all know, the Nexus One is multitouch capable, its just that the stock software isn't using it for its browser, keyboard, or maps (yet). Undoubtedly this will be available in a future OS release for the phone, as multitouch has been confirmed working on it with some other apps (dolphin browser)