Last week, Google announced the Nexus One phone. It is exciting news for consumers in Singapore, as we are lucky together with UK, HK and USA in the early adopter country list. I guess most of people have seen all the great things of what Nexus One can do, including turn-by-turn navigation, astonishing LCD screen, sexy and yet elegant design, super smooth UI and more.
Despite all good things you have heard, there are still a few points you need to aware of before placing order for your new Google Nexus One.
1. Only 190MB out of the 4GB space is allocated for Android Apps
The Nexus One allots only 190MB of its overall 4.5GB of memory for storing mobile apps, a tiny fraction of the app storage available on the Apple device.
This really depends how huge the file size of each apps. If each of the Android apps is around 10MB, then you could only get 19 apps installed on your phone. That would be quite miserable situation for such an advance smartphone. However, on Google side, they said they will address this issue and in near future allow the app storage on external flash card.