2Simple, but Elegant
Lifting the cover reveals the phone encased in a cellophane wrapper, welcoming users to the Nexus One and providing a link to the Google Webstore.
5Nexus One Components
6Whats Your Location?
When you set up the phone, Google first asks you for your Google Account info, ostensibly to link you to your Gmail account and other Google Apps. But then the Android 2.1 software asks users if they are okay with Google homing in on their location. We said yes because we know it’s the only way to enjoy the full capabilities of Google Maps Navigation, Google Latitude and other Web services. Google also lets users disable location-based services in their settings.
7Back Up the Nexus One
8Activated on Nexus
9Nexus Home Screen
Check out the new Android Market user interface with Android 2.1 on the Nexus One. Google Goggles, the company’s new visual search app, tops the list, telling people that Google really wants them to download and use the free app.