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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Pure Google, pure delight
22 November 2011
Excerpt: In the world of Android, we see a lot of new phones -- and inevitably, some of them are destined to be forgotten. Samsung's new Galaxy Nexus is not one of those devices. Samsung's Galaxy Nexus The Galaxy Nexus, available now in the UK and coming soon to Verizon Wireless, is an exceptional phone,...
Pros: Sleek, thin design; gorgeous HD display; outstanding speed and performance; optimized to run unmodified Android 4.0 OS
Cons: Plastic casing with thin back cover; no support for external storage; lower-quality camera than some comparable devices
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first smartphone to be running Google's latest and most advanced OS, Android Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.0. It's been built by Samsung with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and the first true 1280x720p screen.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first Android smartphone, featuring Google's brand new Android 4.0 / Ice Cream Sandwich platform. Announced back in October , the Galaxy Nexus is Samsung's second Nexus smartphone which was developed for Google.
Summary: We've had the good fortune of spending several days with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (previously and erroneously known as the Samsung Nexus Prime), and we've had a chance to get intimate with both the hardware, which is the work of Samsung, and version 4.0 of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich.
Summary: We've updated our Galaxy Nexus review to reflect the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update
Pros: Jelly Bean makes things smoother, Stunning screen, Keyboard and internet fantastic, Future-proofed with NFC, There's something great about having a 'pure Google' phone. It's got a fantastic screen, a superb new OS and extra elements like Android Beam for sharing photos, contacts or connecting to ...
Cons: Only five homescreens, Other UI's offer better social networking, No microSD slot or FM Radio, Battery life disappointing, But this is a premium handset – and though prices have dropped it's still around £300 sim free. So with that in mind, we are completely dumbfounded to see no option to expand...
Summary: The Galaxy Nexus is easily one of Samsung’s best devices yet, offering a clean Google experience with the very latest operating system. While aspects of it won’t appeal to everyone, the clear design, beautiful screen, strong battery life and appealing OS represent Android’s first serious competitor...
Pros: No manufacturer modifications to get in the way of a clean Android experience, Beautiful 720p screen, Very fast
Cons: Plastic body hardly screams premium, No Gorilla Glass, Camera isn't very good, No LTE
Excerpt: The UMTS version of the Galaxy Nexus packs all the same features as its LTE sibling including Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" OS, NFC and a 5-megapixel auto-focus camera. It also has the beautiful, and large, HD-resolution OLED display and dual-core processor for which reviewers have shown their...
Excerpt: is undoubtably the most desired Android smartphone this year. It is, after all, the first device to showcase Android 4.0 (AKA Ice Cream Sandwich) and brings a long list of improvements to the device it replaces, the Google Nexus S.