Google has released it’s own Native devil powered by Android, better known as Nexus One. Initially, it was given out to Google employees to play around and spread the word. The hype was well built, brought few promising features.
As one would expect from Google, the Phone is pretty good on specs. But how does it compare with the Best Phone we know of?
Here is a heads-on comparison with iPhone 3GS drilling down Feature-by-feature:
Feature / Specificiation
Google Phone: Nexus One
iPhone OS 3.1.2
Thinner than iPhone
115.5 x 62 x 12.3 mm
GSM (& CDMA possibility) 3G Triband, WiFi, Bluetooth
GSM 3G Triband, WiFi, Bluetooth
Processor and RAM
Qualcomm QSD 8250 Snapdragon 1Ghz Processor, 512MB RAM
ARM CortexA8 600Mhz,
Graphics / Gaming Hardware Potential
OpenGL ES 2.0.
Snapdragon has a onboard graphics that Qualcomm claims to produce 22
7 Million triangles per second
3.7” OLED Capacitive (Higher Resolution 800 x 480 ~ HTC HD2)
3.5” LCD Capacitive
Hardware: Yes, Software: No
AGPS+ Dedicated. Google Maps
AGPS+ Dedicated. Google
Sensors & Misc.
Accelerometer, Ambi-light sensor, Proximity sensor, Noise Canceller (Not Proven).
Accelerometer, Ambi-light sensor, Proximity sensor
5 Megapixel with Flash, No HD Video recording 720×480 pixels at 20fps
3 Megapixel, Tap to focus, Video: VGA quality 30fps 640×480
Only Contacts, Emails. (3rd party apps like Missing sync for
More Flexible sync with iTunes
Ease of Use/ User Interface
Proven Edge over others
UPDATE 2: Official Video
UPDATE: Let’s have a look at the them in the latest Leaked Video:
Update 3: Gaming and 3D Performance (iPhone 3GS beats Nexus One)
Now, Do you doubt on Nexus one’s Speed? Clearly beats iPhone (except for the browsing experience, iPhone 3GS beats Nexus one badly at browsing and Gaming). The User experience is still immature as compared to iPhone, but hardware has its edge over Apple. Ofcourse, Android needs some work before the graphics and 3D rendering comes upto the level of iPhone.
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Update 4: – HTC Desire, Beats Nexus One
Update 5: – Sprint Launches the Fastest Android: HTC EVO 4G
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