"Fast, sexy, flexible, no, not my last date, Nexus One!!"4.5 starson by pelowell
Pros: It's fast, the screen is great, the multi touch is nice, the feel is solid, it's fast, it multi-tasks, it syncs, it wifi's, it browses, it apps, it's fast, it emails, it gps's, it maps, it voice searches, oh, did I mention it's fast??
Cons: Will not sync with your Outlook or Livemail contacts, steers you hard towards a Gmail account, have to store your apps on the phones meagre memory (I hear there is a convoluted way around this), screen is pretty pathetic in bright sunlight.
Summary: I love this phone. Did I tell you that it's fast?? Accelerometer, bluetooth, 5mp camera w/flash, REPLACEABLE BATTERY, unlocked, good call quality, app store, MP3 store, up to 32gb storage, beautiful AMOLED screen (but not in bright sun), smart, sexy (looks way better than the IPhone IMO) the O/S is constantly evolving, does video, cool active wallpapers, paired beautifully with my Kenwood DNX8120 Multimedia deck in my car, plays stereo bluetooth over it. I've only had it for two days, so I'm still discovering, but this phone can do ALOT. Nephew has an IPhone 3GS, and this phone is just better. Apple's UI is top of the heap, no doubt, but the Nexus One is no slouch with it's interface, and overall it just performs better and has better features. And you can REPLACE THE BATTERY!!! I get about a day and a half to two on the battery with some some light calling and moderate browsing, with some music playing thrown in. Cant wait to try out the Android App Market to see what's out there. Havent enjoyed a piece of tech this much since I bought my Amiga 1000.As far as getting your Outlook/livemail contacts onto the phone, export them to CSV file, import it into Gmail...sync...Bob's your uncle....
Updated on Mar 26, 2010