platformisis wrote:I don't own the device but I think the lack of an physical keyboard is just stupid because now the graphical keyboard obstructs the display. The trackball is ok for most apps but for certain games it might be a tad difficult to use. The touch screen of course can compensate for this with a virtual control pad. That's my thought on Google's Phone.
I am searching for the best device for android development. From the review, I found Nexus One is the best.
Please let me know which one is the best device?
I use a Google Nexus one. I think you can buy still buy it from Google if you are registered in the Android Marketplace. So far it proved to be a good testing platform for me. Since it has no customizations done to the OS (like the ones done by Samsung), I can test the compatibility easily. Plus I get the new OS updates much sooner than any other vendor customized version of Android.
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