Poor Nexus S Sales Figures = Delayed N1 Gingerbread ?
Anyone seen any sales numbers on the Nexus S yet ?
If they were flying off the shelf I'd think we'd have seen some press on it by now.
I'm guessing the sales figures are underwhelming.
Maybe thats why the Nexus One is still lonely for Gingerbread ?
- 01-04-2011, 07:56 PM #2
Well if the sales figures are down I think it is because people can't see past the no 4G thing and no SD card. The no 4G doesn't even matter because the Nexus S does 4G speeds. And 16GB of memory is enough memory for anyone. They just need to see that 4G doesn't matter because it is the same on a 3G Nexus S or a 4G MyTouch.
- 01-04-2011, 08:05 PM #3
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- 01-04-2011, 08:48 PM #6
I know what you mean. But sometimes if you use a lot of space you have to learn to try to limit the amount of space you use. 16GB is a lot and I doubt even a non-average user will fill it up. I am a non-average user and it still is a lot for me. A lot of times if you have more than 16GB of stuff on your phone a lot of the stuff that is in there is stuff that you don't use and it won't hurt to delete it. You have to learn to take the junk out of your phone.
The no SD card thing is definitely a "whatchu talking bout Willis" moment.
But no way to move the curser was the dumbest thing IMHO.
Whose idea was it to leave the track pad off anyways ?
If we wanted a stupid Iphone we'd buy one, know what I mean ?
We are Androids, not iclones.
- 01-04-2011, 09:03 PM #8
- 01-05-2011, 03:11 AM #9But no way to move the curser was the dumbest thing IMHO.
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- 01-05-2011, 11:41 AM #11
Oh, okay. It's just you said there is "no way to move the curser" when there is a pretty effective way of moving the cursor without a trackball/pad introduced in Gingerbread.
The extra storage is a big enough upgrade for me. I was always having to uninstall apps on the Nexus One. I have all the ones I've previously had to uninstall on the Nexus S now.
- 01-05-2011, 01:38 PM #12
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- 01-05-2011, 02:51 PM #14
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- 01-05-2011, 08:05 PM #16
to getting the curser in the exact spot you want it.
And that was actually the straw that broke the camels back after
a week of using a NS.
It is a nice phone but not nice enough to waste a two year contract on.
But then neither is the MT4G.
- 01-13-2011, 03:24 PM #18
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I have to say I agree that no 4G or SD is hardly an issue for me. I'm usually on wifi and the 3G in Columbus, Ohio works very quickly. As for the SD expansion I agree 16 GB is plenty for me and I'd say I require more than the average user (not by a lot though). And honeycomb won't have any hard inputs period, let alone a trackball so get used to it. I know it's starting just for tablets but honeycomb will be on phones eventually.
- 01-14-2011, 02:46 PM #19
The screen is leaps and bounds better, the vibrate is much better and I don't mind the plastic much. The soft-touch material was nicer, but not having it is alright. People who say samsungs seem cheap must not ever use iphones as those are also plastic and I can't say there's much difference beyond removable backs. I think they're all nice, but for my experience the NS is the best of the group, having owned them all
- 01-15-2011, 01:09 AM #20
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- 01-18-2011, 05:53 PM #22
nesus s is sexy
hi i now own a one and a s. i must say, that the s look awesome and the screen is great.but the build of htc is just awesome i might would have not got the s if gingerbread was on the one. but i want the blk. status bar and new ui tweeks.i hope the next s is by htc ,but black, not that bronze color.