Summary: "Hi. I bought this phone a few months ago and have had no problems with it at all. EVERYTHING ABOUT IT IS AWESOME especially with the android update. Tip: if you've been on vodafone for more than two years, phone them up and ask them to do this phone on the 15 pound a month deal for the HTC tattoo (500txts 100mins 500mb internet) and they'll give it to you!!!!
Older, reliable model, now a good value; get a cover.
10 June 2013
Summary: As with most smartphones, it's "smart" before being a phone, which reduces its Ease of Use. But it's a replacement for the model I'm used to, and I've been happy enough with it. Battery life (w/o GPS or digital WAN) is decent, easily a couple of days. I use the wi-fi ability frequently at home and at work in place of data, and with 411 information, I rarely miss digital WAN data.
Summary: This is and excelent phone and it is even better when you rooted i love the camera the call quality display resolution the trackball is all fashin but i like the colors for notifications i think this phone was the best on his time and it still works greats nowadays
A fraction of the cost of a new smartphone, the Nexus one is a great value.
17 February 2013
Summary: If you're looking for a smartphone, but don't want to sign a contract. Or pay $500 for the newest phone. Then you might want to take a look at the Nexus 1. It delivers a LOT of bang for around $100 or so on Ebay(got mine for less than $50). It's well built, fast, unlocked, and a fraction of the cost of a new phone. A wonderful first smartphone or replacement phone for someone who's phone is broken and they're not eligible for an upgrade yet.
Summary: I got this phone for Christmas this year and it is great. It was easy to use and get used to. My biggest issues are the lack of many features such as a true SILENT mode (it is either vibrate or loud), and touch configuration. The screen as is is very sensitive and picks up on the warmth of my palm while I am texting which messes with the typing. Also, the contact list refreshes often and leaves the text messages unnamed while it is but that may be a connection issue.
Great for making a transition to a high class smarphone
21 December 2012
Summary: This is a great phone: very fast, with many oportunities to customize it through applications availables in Google Play. It's upgradable up to Android 2.3.4. I think that other HTC models have better user interface (HTC Sense), but still, there are good options in the application launchers. The trackball is very sensitive, and sometimes it might be a problem, but I appreciate its led when a notification is shown.
Summary: This is first 100% Google phone. good: open sourse Android OS, design, size, AMOLED screen, WiFi, fast hardware, sensors, trackball, flash, exclusive docks... bad: power button (easy to break and expensive for repair, because need replace half of the main board), small internal flash memory for programms.
Excerpt: I can have my music player running, be online and texting all at the same time! Plus you can put widgets on your home screen, so you can always keep up with your Facebook account, too! The only bad thing about the phone is that the touch screen isn’t as sensitive as it should be. Sometimes it freezes up and you have to restart the phone, too. Overall, I highly recommend the HTC Nexus cell phone. Google really did well for their first phone.