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Goodbye nexy :(

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12th May 2012, 05:43 AM |#11  
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I'm in a similar boat. I recently had to replace my N1, and it will be sorely missed. Especially the LED trackball! Sadly enough, the google nexus is too big for my taste, and I didn't really want to spend $400 up front on a new phone so I picked up another phone instead.

I've vowed though, that as long as the next Nexus device is sized more like what I prefer, I will buy it!

My N1 is still alive, but I have moved on to the galaxy nexus and I also find the screen is a little too big for my liking. Screen colour is also sub-par comparing to the N1, I never see proper white colour being displayed even after adjusting RGBs and gamma values.

I bought the japanese galaxy nexus for around $325usd, shipped to hong kong via yahoo auction jp a month ago.

Though I am still flashing different roms on my N1 to play with
 
 
12th May 2012, 04:58 PM |#12  
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Kept my N1
I still use the N1 when I travel and put prepaid SIM's or my own SIM in it. It is smaller than the Inspire and then the Galaxy Nexus that followed it. If it would take ICS, I would probably be using it more. I really like ICS over Gingerbread and the extra zip of the dual core.

Anyway, it stays in my travel bag as a spare.

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13th May 2012, 02:48 AM |#13  
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that sucks man. but i'm looking at exchanging my n1 for 1x as well
14th May 2012, 09:49 AM |#14  
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i'm selling my last nexus one now. it's in perfect shape and i'll get around $300 US for it in my country where imports are closed. i got to sell it now or never! i've moved to a gnex but i'll miss my first real phone.
18th May 2012, 08:47 PM |#15  
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Same here ... I'm moving to GNex now that price is affordable ...
I'm a bit sad because I really enjoyed the first nexus ... It was a pleasure to play with hundreds of custom roms and get support from this awesome devs community.
Thanks to all you awesome guys!
24th May 2012, 02:04 PM |#16  
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I'm planning to sell my Nexus One,,as the First Android device, this Smartphone has served me with pleasure... The devs are awesome as well...But the world is changing..Need better Specs now..I will miss my Sexy Nexy the most !!
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