How would you change Nexus One phone?

The Android 2.1 toting Google Nexus One superphone has been available in some markets for a while now and will soon be available over here in the UK. The Nexus One as you are probably aware is the first smartphone to be offered by Google.

Since the Nexus One became available via Google there has been much debate over Google stepping into the smartphone market and basically treading on other manufacturers mobile toes. There have been complaints about customer support for the Nexus One, and connectivity issues.

So is the Nexus One superphone actually super, is it all it’s hyped up to be? Poor sales and the reduction of Google sales projection for the Android smartphone say the Nexus One isn’t doing too well, but that could be down to only being able to get the handset direct from Google at the outset.

Of course being an Android smartphone, Apple has targeted the Nexus One in an iPhone patent infringement lawsuit against HTC, which no doubt brings more problems, and the UK launch of the Nexus One has been delayed until next month.

So what we’d like to know is how would you change the Nexus One phone? Is there anything you’d like to see in the Nexus One that is missing, would you change anything to do with the hardware, or software, or perhaps you would like to see Google open it up to all carriers rather than offering it themselves. We’d like to know your thoughts about the Nexus One, so feel free to drop us a comment below.


3 thoughts on “How would you change Nexus One phone?”

  1. susan hugus says:

    I would like to be able to make calls over the internet where a tower is not avaible or to use another companies tower. All US wireless companies should share towers. The rest of the world is so far a head of the US. SUE

  2. Brian Dunn says:

    All I would change is to make the 9110 version available. I keep asking when this is being released and getting no answers. I like the idea of using CDMA, GSM or whatever system. I would really appreciate hearing from anyone who has insight to this.

  3. Bri Ryan says:

    Had my Nexus a while, objective opinion.
    as a hobbyist product = 10
    as a consumer product = 5

    Maps and GPS = 10
    Browser = 7
    Mailer = 7
    SMS = 8

    PHONE = 2
    UI = 3
    Absolutely have to use a bluetooth earset to keep calls from dumping to voice mail. Touchscreen is iffy and short battery life.

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