(Original post by JonCha)
OK, so I've just been checking out the Nexus One - which Vodafone still sell - and I'm now seriously considering switching to Android. I LOVE my iPhone 4, but there's something about Android that is becoming more and more attractive. However:
1) Is the best Android phone on the market in the UK really the Desire? I think it's as ugly as hell, and vs the iPhone 4 it just doesn't seem to compare.
2) How good is the Nexus One? The capacitive buttons seem to be a little unpredictable, while the pre-loaded skin is pretty rubbish. I'm not sure how much difference there is in the resolution - which is still pretty high on the N1 - and how does video/camera compare between the two phones?
3) I've rely very heavily on iTunes, so is there an easy way to transfer music from my Mac to an Android device? As far as I can tell, it seems quite complicated.
Also, can the music player be changed? None are as attractive or useable as Apple's from what I've seen.
4) How much flexibility is there in customisation? Obviously people say this is one of the big features but, for example, could I install the HTC Legend widget theme? Also, how the hell do you update your phone? It seems INCREDIBLY complicated...
Erm, I can't really think of anything else to ask at the moment. If there is, I'll post.
Bare in mind you're trying to sell me Android, so don't be too biased.
EDIT: I've also been looking at the HTC Legend, which seems much nicer looking/to use than the N1.