Alls been relatively quiet on the Nexus One front for a couple of
days hours, but we're getting more information about what's been floating around in the hands of Google employees. A recent hands-on by tnkgrl Mobile brings us the following:
- It's thin.
- It looks better than all the blurry pictures.
- Had a 4GB microSD card.
- Battery is 1400mAh.
- Screen looks like it's OLED and the same size and resolution as the Motorola Droid.
- No AT&T 3G on board. EDGE works fine.
- The phone is unlocked.
- No multitouch in browser or Google Maps.
- No dedicated camera key, but same UI as in the Droid.
- Weak flash, so-so for low-light photos.
- Calls are normal calls. Not VOIP.
fivemulti-pane home screen like Sense on the Hero.
Some of that well could just be dogfood issues, like the phone being unlocked. We'll still have to see about that. Multitouch is a sticky thing. Some of us can live without it, others can't.
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