Most of all features are same in the HTC Google Nexus One or Nokia N900, as both feature newly designed software, and both are finger-friendly, intuitive and perfectly suited to touch screen use.
Size wise, the Nokia N900 is slightly fatter than the Google Nexus One, but then again it has an excellent QWERTY keypad – the Google Nexus One makes do with a touch screen display, so is naturally a poorer device when it comes to email use. This comprises a look at the nexus one and N900 working systems, design and builds quality, speed, 3rd party application, web browsing, functionality, call quality and reception, camera, text input, display, speaker, GPS, and storage.
The guys at Mobile Tech Review have published a short comparison between the Google Nexus One and the Nokia N900. In terms of looks, Nokia N900 holds its own from the front, with the large screen and chrome edging giving it a quality finish few phones can match. The Google Nexus One looks a lot nicer from other angles though, with more rounded edges and a thinner profile.
The flagship Android phone packs some substantial firepower, boasting a large 3.7-inch touchscreen, super fast Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and the latest version of Android (2.1). With a slightly more established operating system, the Google Nexus One offers more applications for download, but it’s only a matter of time before the Nokia N900 catches up, especially once Nokia starts rolling out other Maemo devices. Almost no differences between these two devices, as both comes with GPRS Class 32, HSUPA- 2Mbps, WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and microUSB v2.0.
Source : B4tea.com