Not enough internal storage is crippling, and devices from the Nexus One era all have this lack of storage.
Since no one is updating a Snapdragon S1 phone to ICS, it's all going to be very hacked together and not a particularly good daily driver anyways.
Not only was it the first of many devices to run the Android OS, but it also stood out as an open-source alternative to Apple's i Phone and closed i OS ecosystem.
Android's openness and flexibility led to its rapid adoption by a variety of manufacturers seeking to topple Apple's success -- it also helped that it was free to license.
His earlier venture, Danger Inc., had found success in 2002 with its Hiptop smartphone, which was rebranded by T-Mobile as the Sidekick.
It's not surprising then that the G1 ended up as a T-Mobile exclusive -- after all, its pop-out keyboard was reminiscent of the Sidekick's swivel screen design.
All those apps were free, too, since the Market had yet to implement a payment system.
Multitasking, copy and paste, pull-down notifications and home screen widgets: These were some of the fresh features the G1 ushered in.
The Android Market (now known as Google Play) also debuted in tandem with the G1, offering around 50 applications at the time.
well theres always unofficial on xda right now jelly bean is really smooth and fast on my device.
got our mitts all over the very first Android device, the T-Mobile G1 -- hanging out in the crowd, waiting for the official announce, naturally -- and so far we like what we see.
Optimus 2X doesn't have the right drivers from nvidia right now.
optimus 2x uses the older tegra 2 drivers that werent designed for ICS.