Wendy Cardenas Nexus One vs. Smartphones

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Wendy Cardenas Nexus One vs. Smartphones by Mind Map: Wendy Cardenas Nexus One vs. Smartphones

1. Nexus One

1.1. Operating System: Android 2.1

1.2. Processor: Snapdragon

1.3. Carrier: T-Mobile, with Sprint, AT&T, Verizon coming soon

1.4. Browser: Google

1.5. Pros (Contributed by Kenya Morales):

1.5.1. Weighs 130 grams and is 11.5 millimeters thick.

1.5.2. Wi-Fi video stream for over 3 hrs.

1.5.3. Self-adjusted brightness

1.5.4. 5 megapixel snapper with flash

1.5.5. Assign Google Voice number to phone and use it for outbound calls and texts

1.6. Cons (Contributed by Wendy Cardenas):

1.6.1. Choice of color

1.6.2. No physical camera key

1.6.3. Color balance

1.6.4. Tinny loudspeaker

1.6.5. Dated music player

1.7. Links

1.7.1. http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/04/nexus-one-review/

1.7.2. http://www.google.com/phone?utm_campaign=nexus-ha_sem-3&utm_medium=ha_sem&utm_source=en-ha_sem-us-bk-nexus-txt&utm_term=nexus%20one

2. Palm Pre

2.1. Operating system: Palm webOS

2.2. Processor: Dual-band CDMA2000 3G: EvDO Rev A

2.3. Carrier: Sprint

2.4. Browser: HTML based

2.5. Pros:

2.5.1. Touch Screen

2.5.2. Great web-surfing program

2.5.3. Built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, stereo

2.6. Cons:

2.6.1. Small screen

2.6.2. No video recorder

2.7. Links

2.7.1. http://www.palm.com/us/products/phones/pre/#feature_web

2.7.2. http://cell-phones.toptenreviews.com/smartphones/palm/palm-reviews-49311.htm

3. Blackberry Storm

3.1. Operating System: Blackberry OS 5.0

3.2. Processor: MSM7600

3.3. Carrier: Verizon

3.4. Browser: mobile Blackberry

3.5. Pros:

3.5.1. Wi-Fi

3.5.2. Double the memory of the first version

3.6. Cons:

3.6.1. Verizon Warranty voids if faster updates downloaded

3.6.2. Sluggish touch screen

3.6.3. Clunky browser

3.7. Links

3.7.1. http://cell-phones.toptenreviews.com/smartphones/blackberry/blackberry-storm-2-review.html

4. Droid

4.1. Operating System: Android 2.0

4.2. Processor: CDMA 1X 800/1900, EVDO rev. A

4.3. Carrier: Verizon

4.4. Browser: WebKit HTML5

4.5. Pros:

4.5.1. Fast speed

4.5.2. Larger screen

4.5.3. Excellent browser

4.6. Cons:

4.6.1. Poor voice quality

4.6.2. Touch screen little too sensitive

4.6.3. Unwanted slide out on keyboard

4.7. Links

4.7.1. http://cell-phones.suite101.com/article.cfm/droid-vs-iphone-verizon-vs-att

4.7.2. http://www.motorola.com/Consumers/US-EN/Consumer-Product-and-Services/Mobile-Phones/ci.Motorola-DROID-US-EN.alt

4.7.3. http://www.wayneschulz.com/2010/01/google-nexus-one-phone-v-droid-pros-and-cons/

5. iPhone

5.1. Operating System: OS 3.1

5.2. Processor: 620MHz ARM CPU

5.3. Carrier: AT&T

5.4. Browser: Safari

5.5. Pros:

5.5.1. Multitasking: Ability to switch back and forth between apps without shut down

5.5.2. Thin, sleek design.

5.5.3. Merge iPhone OS and iPad OS

5.5.4. Support to read, but not edit, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe PDF files.

5.5.5. High-quality pre-installed applications

5.6. Cons:

5.6.1. Tied to expensive multi-year contracts in many countries.

5.6.2. Battery life insufficient for heavy users.

5.6.3. Substantially larger capacity iPod models available for less money

5.6.4. No built-in photo editing

5.6.5. No wi-Fi syncing

5.7. Links

5.7.1. http://www.everyipod.com/iphone-faq/iphone-3g-pros-and-cons.html

5.7.2. http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-20002318-37.html?tag=hotTopicsBody.1

5.7.3. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31021_3-20001799-260.html?tag=mncol;mlt_related

5.7.4. http://www.diffen.com/difference/Apple_iPhone_3G_S_vs_Motorola_Droid

5.7.5. http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19512_7-20002095-233.html?tag=mncol;mlt_related