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Business - Written by on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 13:02 - 4 Comments

Tim Bevins
Nexus One vs. Droid Specs

Based on information posted on December 23, 2009, by Endgadget on the forthcoming Nexus One phone from Google, and on the existing specifications for the Motorola Droid phone from Verizon Wireless and other sources, here is a quick comparison of selected features. Note that some features of the not-yet-released Nexus One have not been confirmed by Endgadget, or, to our knowledge, anyone else as yet.

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The Nexus One, made by HTC, is reportedly to be sold by Google to invited buyers only starting on January 5, 2010, Engadget believes.


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Dec 30, 2009 13:27

Update from Gizmodo with more info about the Nexus One: http://tinyurl.com/y8kpjyw

Jan 5, 2010 11:13

Update: hot Twitter topic: http://twitter.com/nexusonenews and a post today at CNN: “Is Google unveiling an iPhone killer?” http://tinyurl.com/yzgtlzj.
Today is the day Google is rumored to be releasing / making available Nexus One. Here is a comparison of the Nexus One with the iPhone, based on what’s known about the Google phone, from http://www.nexus-one.co.uk: http://tinyurl.com/yhmdbce.
My personal perspective? If I cannot use it on the Verizon Wireless network, it’s going to a cool device I don’t need.
I have not seen any survey data on the willingness of people to switch networks to acquire better or more interesting phones (if anyone has any, please share them), but my completely unscientific personal observation is, among people I know, there is no interest in doing that.
Market share data show that VW has a slight lead over AT&T: 31.8% vs. 28.9% in the US (source: Wikivest).
In any case, release of the Nexus One will only mark the beginning of what may finally be accurately called “the year of the smartphone,” with rumors already of three new smartphones from VW coming out in the next few months (http://tinyurl.com/yl9nbkt).

Naumi Haque
Jan 7, 2010 13:40

I did a case study on Attensity earlier this year – they provide sentiment analysis software for enterprises. Just noticed they did some analysis of both Droid (http://www.attensity.com/en/Company/Blog/2009/11/DroidPost.php) and Nexus One (http://www.attensity.com/en/Company/Blog/2010/01/872.php)

At a high level, it’s pretty much a wash between the two, and overall sentiment is positive for the Android phones:

Extremely Positive: 10%
Positive: 53%
Neutral: 9%
Negative: 26%
Extremely Negative: 2%

Nexus One:
Love it: 6%
Like it: 55%
Neutral: 7%
Dislike it: 29%
Hate it: 2%

Major positive sentiments about the Nexus One were related to Android and the screen; negative sentiment was related to the applications, the keyboard, and Android. Attensity’s software indicates that of the people Tweeting about Nexus One, 87% intend to buy it.

Jan 26, 2010 16:16

Very useful reviews, thanks all for sharing

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