The shortage of multitouch may just then again, be simplest restricted to the version offered in america. Motorola too, has a separate model of Droid
, called Milestone for European and other countries that supports touch gestures in the browser and other apps bundled with the phone. It is also to be noted here that the lack of multitouch support on Nexus One has nothing to do with the hardware and OS, which is fully capable of multitouch gestures.
Due to some agreement, she was not allowed to capture video or picture of the phone, but she has confirmed the following hardware specs of the unit she tested.
- Nexus One is extremely thin, thinner than Droid and iPhone 3GS.
- Comes with 4GB microSD card as pre-installed.
- Battery capacity is 1400 mAh
- Capacitive OLED screen with almost the same size and resolution as the Motorola Droid.
- 3G will work only on T-Mobile USA. No 3G on AT&T (EDGE only).
- It is unlocked. You can use it with any carrier you like.
- It appears to work faster than Motorola Droid.
- No multitouch in Browser and Maps.
- No dedicated physical key for camera.
- The trackball works almost exactly similar to other HTC phones like HTC Hero.
- 5 MP camera is on board. The performance of camera is decent in low light, but the flash is weak.
- It uses micro USB connector for both data and power.
You can check out the complete specifications of the Google Nexus One phone here.