Should i keep my N1 or get rid of it
I just got a brand new N1 off ebay and for the most part i'm liking it but 3 things keep bugging me. The issue of the power button eventually failing, the Adreno 200, Clearpad2000 and the fact that the Nexus S has succeeded it.
So now i'm worried my power button would break outside warranty and i'd be SOL, dev support might start to wane given the debut of the Nexus S which has superior GPU/CPU. We've already seen the Google Maps 5 issue.
Will Google keep supporting it with future updates. I know 2.3/Gingerbread is coming but what about 2.4/Honeycomb...will that be Nexus S and/or newer devices only?
All these worries are making me reconsider
- 12-23-2010, 11:55 PM #3
Not many people read this subforum, that's why you haven't gotten a response yet.
How much did you end up paying for it? When did you get it? You should have known that Nexus S was coming out when you bought Nexus One. I think you should keep it, because it should still be supported by google and it is still in top few best phones.
Oh really? i'm new here so i don't know where i'd get the most readership.
I paid £250 ($385) for the N1. The asking price of the Nexus S is £430 ($664) and considering i only wanted to test out Android (iOS is my primary device) and the difference between both devices isn't that great, i didn't want to pay that much for the NS.
I got it on last Sunday.
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hands down. (no track pad on the Nexus S is unacceptable to me)
But I cant take the bloatware crap T-Mobile installed on
top of the stock Android 2.2 so I'm going back to the G2 even though
I dont use the keyboard.