How a little green robot made me question my most important relationship…
As you (should) know, Google finally released its highly anticipated new smartphone today – THE NEXUS ONE, RAHHH!!!
This insanely powerful little sweetheart has as much RAM (512 MB) as my laptop did before SDubz upgraded me for Xmas. Yet, unlike my chunky D-E-double-hockey-sticks GARBAGEMACHINE (which, at the tender age of three is considered both elderly AND obese), the Nexus weighs a mere 130 grams and is about as slim as a standard #2 pencil.
Beat THAT, Rachel Zoe.
*shudders and eats a poutine cupcake*
Anyways, my new fantasy gadget is manufactured by HTC and runs the Android mobile operating system – which just so happens to rock the cutest logo in the history of smartphones. I guess that doesn’t really say a lot, as smartphones don’t really have a super long history… but the logo is cute as fahk – how ‘boot I just say that?
Not gunna lie – I want this phone. I love my BB, sure, but I’m a bit of a Google fanboy – fanGIRL, rather – fan person, perhaps? Anyways, with it’s 5MB auto-focus camera, light & proximity sensors, native gmail application, GPS w/ voice directions, 512 Megs of internal Flash storage and 1Ghz Qualcomm 8250 processor (I don’t even know what that last part MEANS but it sounds badass), the Nexus One makes my BB Curve look like an overweight retarded chick wearing pink sweatpants.
And wtf is this supposed to be? Really – I want to know! Aside from their logo fail and MULTIPLE service outages over the holidays, I’m still pretty happy with my baby… sheeet, I don’t have much of a choice, do I?
It’s not like we can even get the damn thing up here in the great white North anyways. Yes, much like Hulu, Pandora, Fage and firearms at the grocery store, Google’s superphone is not available in Canada. Furthermore, it starts at $529.00USD (sans plan) so I wouldn’t be able to afford it anyways. Bah Humbug
If you’re interested, you can go check out all the nexus
porn pics, deets and developments for yourself via mashable.
I’m outskis – the newsroom’s starting to get buzzy again… finally. Slow day for news = Nizzle ‘researching’ potential stories = boring.
As one of my professors once said, news doesn’t happen in the newsroom – it happens out there in the big exciting city of London (heh heh heh…) I want to research at the mall – at the drugstore – at the muthafuggin’ corner of Dundas and Richmond! I bet there are tons of stories there. I hate to sit still.
I really, really do.