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[COMP]Google N1 vs HTC Desire

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21st February 2010, 11:58 PM   |  #1  
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So, what do you think about this battle?) Who'll win?
The only things that I don't like in N1 are: display with strange colour rendition, camera which is pink maniak (hey, like pink panther) and silent ring.
Will these thing be removed in HTC Desire?

Or maybe it's better to wait for Samsung Wave (super AMOLED display, but strange OS)
22nd February 2010, 09:13 AM   |  #2  
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Honestly the Desire imo, fm radio, wm playback and ram/rom are just a few of the things that make it ahead of the N1 for me.
22nd February 2010, 09:27 AM   |  #3  
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For me, the N1 is clearly the better Phone with the Noice Cancellation and way faster Software/Firmware-Support from Google.
I will never again use a Phone with Sense because of the lazy HTC-Support.

I believe the Community-Support will be much better for the N1, just look whats done so far. It was a nice Idea from Google to gave the N1 to many Android-Software-Developres for free.

And my personal Opinion: I couldnt believe my eyes when i saw a picture from the Desire at MWC. It looks much cheaper in real life than on the leaked Promo-Shots from last year. For me, the N1 looks better.
22nd February 2010, 10:29 AM   |  #4  
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Currently have a N1, but "broke" it (still working, apart from few sensors),
with the insurance money, I will buy a Desire, since it will be available here.
No contenst unless theyll start also selling N1 straight to Finland.

HW buttons are better, going to miss notification led thou. And will cry if fastboot unlock is disabled.
22nd February 2010, 11:19 AM   |  #5  
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i prefer Desire,because i don't like N1's track-ball....
22nd February 2010, 11:21 AM   |  #6  
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Desire ROM on Nexus hardware :)
Get the best of both the worlds
22nd February 2010, 12:03 PM   |  #7  
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It's not a case of which one is better, the desire will sell more purely because it's avaliable in store and it's avaliable on all 5 UK Networks.

People can walk into a store not knowing who HTC are and walk out with a Desire, for the Nexus you have to be specifically wanting the Nexus and then go online and pay a lot of money to get one shipped over.
22nd February 2010, 11:26 PM   |  #8  
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Thumbs down Same screen as nexus?
Wonder if it will have the same screen as nexus ... if so that will suck.

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/02/th...isplay-secret/
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Is it common for people to remove the sense UI from android phones and run a more stock style android interface? Is this easily done with a phone like the Desire in the near future? Im on WinMo now with my Raph/Fuze and just tired of dealing with the HTC interface, hate windows too. Been using the android port for the last few months and love it. Im just stuck trying to decide between getting a nexus or the Desire whenever it will be available in the states. Plus i dont want the Sense UI, thats my main concern with the Desire.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mbomberz1

Is it common for people to remove the sense UI from android phones and run a more stock style android interface? Is this easily done with a phone like the Desire in the near future? Im on WinMo now with my Raph/Fuze and just tired of dealing with the HTC interface, hate windows too. Been using the android port for the last few months and love it. Im just stuck trying to decide between getting a nexus or the Desire whenever it will be available in the states. Plus i dont want the Sense UI, thats my main concern with the Desire.

What are your reasons for not wanting Sense UI?

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