Summary: Without a doubt, the Galaxy Nexus is the best Android phone I've used to date. It's quick, works almost flawlessly and has pretty decent battery life to boot. It is a large, beautiful device with a fantastic display. I wasn't impressed with the camera, but Web browsing, text messaging and everything in between is a dream come true on the Nexus' 4.65-inch 720p display.
Pros: Large, vibrant display; decent battery life; Android 4.0 is smoother and more polished; thin, gorgeous chassis; great build quality.
Cons: The camera is only good in perfect lighting; the GSM variant is not subsidized in the States yet; loud speaker is very quiet.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the latest showcase device developed under Google’s close supervision, built for one purpose: to make Android’s latest incarnation look like the belle of the smartphone ball. Its 4.65-inch, curved contour glass, HD Super AMOLED display boasting a legitimate 1,280 x 720 (720p) resolution is just the start of a stellar spec list that includes a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of internal storage, a 5MP rear camera (with zero...
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Summary: After spending some quality time with the phone, we have to admit that it didn’t really blow us away, as we had hoped it would. It’s a very good phone, yes, but it left us asking for more. ICS is a definite plus point here, as it’s a very stable (after the update), fast as a stabbed rat and simply gorgeous to look at. Right from the new font, the animations to the new colour style, everything about it gives it a fresh and appealing feel.
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.
Excerpt: Here’s a piece of news for you, a review of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus over at T-Break. The team over at T-Break seems to really like it as they’ve given it their Recommended Award with only some small issues lists as cons like it’s a big phone, which is a personal preference really. They’re more than happy with it, so if you’re interested, hit the link to read their full review.