Reviews and Problems with HTC Nexus One / Dragon / Passion / Google phone
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Time to retire
J. Crisler, Amazon
23 December 2013
Summary: For its time, it was a good phone. However, technology has evolved too much for this to be a functional device in today's world. Further, the driver support that was published related to different hardware components are no longer supported.
Summary: I bought this phone less than a year ago. I loved it when I first got it. Solid feel, looks great. It was my first Android phone and I was so happy to jump on that bandwagon. Nexus One could do lots of things I couldn't do before with my Blackberry and Nokia.
Summary: I purchased this phone from Pavillion Electronics (Mitchel Berkowitz) fulfilled by Amazon last June 2011. Six months later the phone is not working properly - black screen after placing a call requiring to remove the battery.
This WILL NOT work on AT&T, and is NOT the AMOLED version.
David W. Roberts, Amazon
18 February 2012
Summary: I received the phone in a timely manner, and everything was fine on that end of things. HOWEVER The description says that this will support the 1900 3G band that AT&T uses, which is false. The FCC number on the phone that I received is for T-Mobile.
Summary: This phone was a great purchase. I use the phone with AT&T Go phone, Google Voice, and Groovie IP. I work from home, so most of the time I make calls through the internet. With this setup I am only paying less than $20 a month with a data plan and taxes included.