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Samsung Galaxy Nexus & Ice Cream Sandwich Review
18 January 2012
Conclusion: For Google, one of the major points of Nexus has always been to provide a stable piece of reference hardware for it to cater a major OS release to. Each device has married a major revision of the Android platform to the latest stable hardware.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is probably the best Android smartphone we have tested to date, the 4.65 inch Super AMOLED display is excellent, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich makes the device a joy to use.
Summary: It’s finally here, today’s the day where DiGi finally ships the Galaxy Nexus to those who pre-ordered from as early as late last week, so what’s the big hype about the Galaxy Nexus? Well, the Ice Cream Sandwich OS of course.
Excerpt: Android fans have been eagerly waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus because it is the first device on the market powered by Android 4.0. Otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich, this new version of Android merges the tablet (Honeycomb) and smartphone (Gingerbread) versions of Google’s popular OS into...
Pros: No bloatware
Cons: Does not support USB mass storage mode, Macs require a file manager app to browse files via USB, No microSD card
PHOTOVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Nexus Car Dock and HDMI Dock
8 January 2012
Excerpt: With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus , Google's third Nexus Android smartphone, Samsung has also announced the upcoming launch of some handy accessories which make the use of the Galaxy Nexus even more convenient.
Excerpt: While you may have already seen our extensive review of the GSM version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus , we’ve also got one that uses Verizon’s high-speed LTE 4G network. There aren’t a huge amount of differences, but we thought it would be good to give you a different perspective on Google’s latest...
Conclusion: If you want a top-of-the-line Android phone and you don’t want to wait for Ice Cream Sandwich to roll out to your current Android handset (which can take a while), this is a good bet, especially for those who do a lot of Web browsing and video watching.