Google Nexus S vs T-Mobile myTouch 4G
0. phoneArena posted on 28 Dec 2010, 06:40
With a cornucopia of devices vying for the top spot on T-Mobile's lineup, there are two that stand together all too closely to one another thanks primarily to their larger than life status. Since they embody all the terrific high-end features you'd expect out of any premier phone out there, it's one difficult decision for any T-Mobile customer thinking about making the plunge for their next handset of choice...
This is a discussion for a review. To read the whole review, click here
2. MyToucher (unregistered) posted on 07 Jan 2011, 00:02 0
I don't know what they are talking about with the blackness of the screens. I have the MT4G and the black seems really dark to me. And the screen doesn't look faded unless it is about to sleep from non-use, and go in battery save mode. I have not had any connection problems and the internet is super fast with the new high speed processor. I got the MT4G with thinking about sending it back...preconcieved I wasn't going to be happy...but the longer I have it the more I like it. Now I have had it for two weeks and I think I have found the perfect phone for me. After reading this review, it just makes me like it even more. Way to go TMO! You scored on this one....
3. Guest (unregistered) posted on 27 Feb 2011, 11:27 0
Ummm, since when did "the things that matter most in a phone", NOT include voice call quality????? Funny review, I don't think you can call the MT4G a clear winner if you are someone who actually uses your phone to make phone calls.... The "S" cleans the MT4G's clock in that arena.
Oh, and just to keep the record straight, the "S" has Internet calling build in natively to the OS, that is why most people don't realize it can do it. Look in call settings for Internet Calls....
4. Whichtochoose (unregistered) posted on 07 Aug 2011, 17:39 0
I want to buy one of these phones off Craig'slist but i dont know which to pick. The MT4G is cheaper, has more ram, sd card slot, and better camera. The Nexus has an amazing screen, better call quality, i think it looks better, bigger screen, curved display, and capacitive button (which i like). Which one should I choose?
5. ChrisF (unregistered) posted on 16 Aug 2011, 15:38 0
The MT4g they use in this review has a bad screen. The first MT4g I bought had the same issue. You can see it in the clock numbers when they have the phones tilted back. See the white line in the middle of the numbers? That's a bad screen. I took mine back and was able to get one with a nice crisp screen. If you are buying one from Craig's list you might want to ask about the screen and get a picture if you can.
7. kshell1 posted on 11 Jan 2012, 08:04 0
dumbass its an htc sense clock&weather widget it is a classic its supposed to do that
6. RobertG (unregistered) posted on 12 Sep 2011, 18:08 0
that's knot a bad screen dodo it's made to look like a flip numbered clock.