Google's much anticipated Nexus One phone has just been released earlier this week and as expected, is a damn good Android phone. 3.7" - 480x800 pixels AMOLED screen, 5 megapixel camera with flash, 512MB RAM & ROM, 4GB Micro SD (expandable to 32GB), Android 2.1, compass, GPS and a blazing fast 1GHz Snapdragon processor, it just simply kicks the Droid's ass. But the question is, is it going to kill the iPhone anytime soon?
I doubt it. Not anytime soon. As powerful and feature-packed the Nexus One is, it still lack multi-touch, 100,000 apps to choose from, an all-in-one iTunes like application and most of all, it's still not as beautiful or as hip as the iPhone.
Besides, $530 is still too expensive for me and the phone won't be making it way to our shores anytime soon.
Plus the new iPhone due out later this year will surely smoke this Android hands down.