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Samsung Galaxy Nexus review
19 April 2012
Excerpt: The Galaxy Nexus has already been out in Verizon clothes for some time now. It had everything you ever wanted in a phone, LTE, Ice Cream Sandwich, fantastic display screen but it was missing one thing.
Conclusion: Purpose built for Ice Cream Sandwich, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus works harmoniously with its operating system. The button-less OS is showcased by its curved, smooth fascia. With its large HD Super AMOLED screen the form complements the engaging new Ice Cream Sandwich widgets and with the slightly...
Pros: Pure Android is much improved, Beautiful, HD Super AMOLED display, Light for its size
Cons: Not as solid as other flagship phones, Camera suffers at night, Volume drop bug affecting some users
Samsung Galaxy Nexus — bow to our Android overlords
18 March 2012
Excerpt: If brilliance is a crime, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus is a mass-murderer. From tip to toe, the Nexus exudes class. It doesn’t have the glass and metal knockout combo of the iPhone 4S, rather a plastic shell with a screen which seems to melt into the sides of the phone.
Excerpt: Heralding a new era for Android operating systems is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon, the first Android phone to run Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). "This gets said every month, but yes, the Galaxy Nexus is the best Android phone on the market," says Dan Nosowitz of PopSci.com.
Pros: Beautiful and speedy Android operating system, Large, bright screen, Fast and responsive
Cons: Mediocre camera performance, Spotty 4G signal strength, Short battery life
Summary: On Thursday, one of our readers noticed that the Galaxy Nexus Pogo Dock was available to be ordered , so naturally, we jumped on it. Ours arrived this morning and we have already had enough time to play with it a bit and put together this video to give you guys a sense of its worth.
Conclusion: Ratings breakdown. I’ve docked a point in the display based on .5 deduction for PenTile Matrix and .5 deduction for color accuracy. The processor is a perfect 10. The RAM and Storage is a 9/10 since there’s no expandable memory.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a very flat slate-like device with a rather large screen at this point of time. The Nexus is sometimes known as a Google phone, meaning that the owner of the Android OS worked with Samsung in developing the hardware and software combination that would work best for the...
Excerpt: Every time Google releases a Nexus device, it is a pretty big deal. And rightly so, because the Nexus is presented as the defining standard for Android software and hardware for at least the next year.
Excerpt: Extended batteries are either a wonderful tool to help you get through your day, or a waste of money. There are many different ways to make an “extended” battery, not all of which yield better run-times.
Excerpt: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one of the most anticipated Android smartphones because it’s the next flagship model that packs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.