I'm tempted, but I know the new iPhone this summer will be great too...I'll have to wait and see.So Nexus One is now on AT&T's 3G band!
200,000?Maybe this will help them break the 200,000 mark lmfao.
Yes, that should be all you need to do. You could switch your Dataplan from iPhone to SmartPhone, but they are the same price so no point...I'd be interested to know this as well...
The online community definitely gives a skewed view of the defects in products but the overwhelming complaints makes me worry. With rumors of such a small number of units sold, it seems odd to see so many complaints.200,000?
That's OVER 9,000!!!!
Aaaand... Back on topic...
I've thought about the touch screen issue too. I don't know... I like the Desire but I don't know if it has the same issue as well (ie, same sensor). But the Desire is T-Mo bands...
I wonder just how bad it is though. It's really the only thing you hear complaints about and sometimes they get exaggerated if its the ONLY thing people can find wrong with a device
http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=557The online community definitely gives a skewed view of the defects in products but the overwhelming complaints makes me worry. With rumors of such a small number of units sold, it seems odd to see so many complaints.
Users on the Google support forums don't seem to be very optimistic with poor customer service from both Google and HTC.
I think I may wait to see if these issues are ever resolved.
I don't see many complaints there though. I'm wondering if most of this has been resolved. You know how it goes. People don't necessarily blow up the forums with "fixed now btw". That may only pop up once for every 50 posts about it being broken.
I hope the issues have been resolved. I'd love to get one, but I'll wait until I hear that the touchscreen/3G issues are not present on the AT&T models.These AT&T Nexus One's should be arriving to users tomorrow right? Hopefully we will get some good information if some of the problems have been fixed.
Haha, that's exactly what I want to do. I couldn't bare to sell my iPhone!I absolutley LOVE my iPhone and have no problems with it whatsoever. That being said, I get bored easily. I may buy a N1 just to have a change of pace. I can switch back and forth between the two then.
You actually could switch the data plan to a standard phone data plan, which is $15, so there would be a point.Yes, that should be all you need to do. You could switch your Dataplan from iPhone to SmartPhone, but they are the same price so no point...