The Best of The Week in Engadget Mobile

We begin year and our best of the week return to rescue the most interesting news of these holidays. The theme of the week was undoubtedly the Nexus One with four news very valued by the users, and is that the terminal is about to be presented:

  • Nexus One, the end quality, video images and first impressions
  • Nexus One free $530, do January 5?
  • Nexus One, video with a 3D benchmark and quality image gallery
  • Nexus One, new video and press on 5 January Conference

In regards to the operators stand out as Vodafone repeated another year in our surveys with the best data rate, and gave the first place of mobile broadband to Movistar. We have also had the opportunity to try NUEVEga and Pepephone flame.

Our colleague Martin more help us to choose applications that come us well if we want to work with an iPhone, another facet that can surprise us terminal of Apple, which on the other hand continues with its problems with Nokia.

We want to cover the information above RIM terminals, and this week we discussed the experience of use of a BlackBerry 8900 once updated to version 5.0 operating system.

Some interesting news of the week may be that output of Firefox Mobile for Nokia N900, a German has to have deciphered the code of encryption used in GSM networks, or the main differences between browsers Opera Mini and Opera Mobile.

Finally I’d like to recommend that you informéis about the new technology developed by Touchco to It unifies the capacitive and resistive screens.