DonAithnen (donaithnen) wrote,
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A week or so ago, at that big Mobile conference thing, HTC officially announced the HTC Desire. It's a "clone" of the Nexus One, with one key improvement. It has physical buttons for the four home row(?) buttons rather than the (glitchy) touch buttons the Nexus One has. It also has the "HTC Sense" UI installed on top of vanilla Android 2.1, but i have no idea if that's good or bad.

Otherwise it seems to be mostly identical in all the key areas. Of course it isn't even coming out for a month or two, even if i did consider it a clearly better device.

So having finally jumped into the smartphone churn, how long until i end up feeling envious about a clearly superior product?

Poll #1530936 Smartphone evolution

How long until there's a smartphone that is distinctly better than the Nexus One i have now?

Tomorrow (Surprise weekend tech announcement!)
0(0.0%)
Next week
0(0.0%)
Next month
1(20.0%)
2-3 months
0(0.0%)
3-6 months
1(20.0%)
6-12 months
0(0.0%)
First half of next year
1(20.0%)
Second half of next year
0(0.0%)
2012
1(20.0%)
After 2012
0(0.0%)
2112
0(0.0%)
Never (The end is nigh!)
1(20.0%)

What OS will it run?

Android (Google)
3(60.0%)
iPhone (Apple)
0(0.0%)
WebOS (Palm)
0(0.0%)
Maemo (Nokia)
0(0.0%)
Symbian (Also Nokia)
0(0.0%)
Blackberry OS (Blackberry/RIM)
0(0.0%)
Windows Mobile (Guess)
0(0.0%)
Something else
2(40.0%)

Who well manufacture and/or sell it?

Google
0(0.0%)
HTC
1(20.0%)
Motorola
1(20.0%)
LG
1(20.0%)
Palm
0(0.0%)
Nokia
0(0.0%)
Research In Motion
0(0.0%)
Samsung
0(0.0%)
Sony
0(0.0%)
Apple
0(0.0%)
Microsoft
0(0.0%)
Someone else
2(40.0%)

What network will it be on?

T-Mobile
0(0.0%)
Sprint
0(0.0%)
Verizon
1(20.0%)
AT&T
1(20.0%)
Multiple carriers
2(40.0%)
Some other company
1(20.0%)
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