HTC Nexus One Specifications
1. speedydank (Posts: 8; Member since: 26 Aug 2009)
Ooh big woop, sometimes I wonder if 3G matters. I used to have a 3G phone,but I currently have a non-3G phone and it works at the same speed sometimes even faster!
20. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009)
with a name like "speedy Dank" Its understandable why you cant tell the difference....
5. shimmyx20 (Posts: 280; Member since: 03 Mar 2009)
you VZW fanboys crack me up. keep it up, this is good entertainment.
6. macron2000 (Posts: 81; Member since: 07 Sep 2009)
It does if you want to enjoy LTE goodness this year!
12. sinfulta (Posts: 272; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
Not really since LTE is not GSM. LTE is it's own band and technology and is a conglomerate between both GSM/CDMA technologies, but uses neither but is backwards compatible to both.
15. jporterweb (Posts: 25; Member since: 17 Jan 2009)
Well LTE is part of the GSM road map not the CDMA road map. And Verizon's 4G network will be completed around the time AT&T starts on theirs. That is what is being referred to.
16. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009)
Seriously though, people should know better than to launch a pristine phone on a poor network...DROOIID Worked just fine on launch,it was the most successfull, best hyped phone launch...hands down
17. biggles (Posts: 222; Member since: 15 Oct 2009)
LTE is not backwards compatible. A LTE radio will not pick up a UMTS or EVDO signal. The phones can be backward compatible, but that compatibility must be built-in by including a GSM and/or CDMA radio.
18. aggie99 (Posts: 3; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
seriously, did you not read the article? In this case it is the phone, not the network. Although TMO's network is bad in alot of places, it's excellent here in Dallas. Much faster than Verizon or AT&T and just as solid coverage wise. I have a N900 and N1 and a coworker in my office also has a G1. The only one with 3g issues is the Nexus 1. I can have them all side by side and the Nexus One will be on EDGE while the others show 3G. Very much like the iPhone 3g when first released. This is a problem on HTC's end and needs to be fixed. People who have no idea what they are talking about would be better off not posting. You Verizon fanboys appear as much of a douche as Apple fanboys at times.
21. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009)
But atleast we arent Tmob fanboys....and that sais a lot about you...
23. aggie99 (Posts: 3; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
nice grammar, let me guess you got your degree from University of Phoenix online. I'm not a fanboy of any carrier you moron. I have service with AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. My point is people have legitimate issues with the DEVICE itself and all of the forums are getting crapped up by people like yourself who claim that they should be on Verizon. It is clearly not the network in this case but the device.
4. big_red_loyal (Posts: 12; Member since: 07 Jan 2010)
talking and data at the same time would be GREAT, if you could talk on a GSM network.......
10. rhomaion (Posts: 187; Member since: 23 Sep 2009)
Need I remind you that over 90% of the world uses gsm based networks. It's the network operators that are at fault here not the technology. Know what your talking about before you go spitting crap over the forums.
14. big_red_loyal (Posts: 12; Member since: 07 Jan 2010)
yes they do and it takes the GSM companies to mess it up. AND! there's a GSM company in the UK experiencing the same problems. huh..... just saying
7. big_red_loyal (Posts: 12; Member since: 07 Jan 2010)
True story: At 6 Am this morning Joe Scarborough of Morning Joe stated he really wanted to put his blackberry down and use his iPhone full time. But, it was just too unreliable. he said he uses his iphone as a wonderful music player and he loved how pretty the apps looked as he flipped threw them....... he said Verizon has never dropped any of his calls.
8. cellgeek82 (Posts: 518; Member since: 20 Dec 2009)
This is the "wonderful" GSM technology at work. Oh wait, it doesn't work most of the time! The device isn't the problem, its getting GSM to do something productive. You can't make something reliable that just can't be reliable. CDMA, EVDO and LTE...thats where its at! I tried paying money to a GSM network and decided I didn't want to waist money anymore so I left.
9. omarc26 (Posts: 360; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
i had the same problem on my nexus one i went to network settings mobile networks selected t-mobile 3G n the problems went away.. =) also make sure umts/hsdpa is turned on.. or else u will only get edge.. maybe people are not doing that... ?
11. rhomaion (Posts: 187; Member since: 23 Sep 2009)
If only we could turn people into "smart people" then we might not have such problems.
19. aggie99 (Posts: 3; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
only problem here is people like yourself who try to appear smart end up looking like a douche. The problem is, the device can't hold a 3g signal while other 3g devices can. weak radio or software needs to be tweaked. my device is set to 3g, just as my N900 is. N900 works perfectly, showing full 3.5g right now. The nexus one bounces between EDGE and 3g. When it is connected to 3g it gets half the DL speeds of the N900. I'm using both of them right next to each other. Even switched sims to make sure I didn't have a bad sim.
13. tatail (Posts: 248; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
Have had the for two days now, and have been browsing net and doing downloads. Haven't noticed any connection problems.
22. nak1017 (Posts: 328; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
I have also had an N1 for a few days and haven't noticed any problems either... I'm thinking it might be very regional since Tmo is excellent here in Seattle, but terrible in Detroit.