Conclusion: The Galaxy Nexus isn't the most powerful Android phone around. It's not the most capable, either. But if you're after a "pure" Android experience, unsullied by the likes of Samsung's TouchWiz or HTC's Sense interfaces, then the Galaxy Nexus is a solid choice.
Conclusion: Ultimately, what we took most from the Galaxy Nexus was a sense of renewed excitement about the other Ice Cream Sandwich phones that will appear over the coming weeks and months. The Nexus is ‘pure’ Android, it is fast due to its lack of customisations and will no doubt be first to receive updates...
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Otterbox Commuter Case Review
10 May 2012
Summary: Overall the Otterbox is a great case. It offers more protection than either a silicone case or a hard case individually would. The combination of the two layers allows clever little features like the micro usb socket flap to be made.
Summary: Reviewed by Isabella Wong. The Galaxy Nexus is the third in the Nexus series of mobile phones that Google has developed. This particular handset is a collaboration between Google and Samsung which means that we have got high expectations, especially considering Samsung’s massive success in the...
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 handset went on sale last week and brought with it the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This latest Google mobile operating system merges the smartphone and tablet variants and adds features such as facial recognition to unlock devices and near...
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.
Summary: Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus has loads going for it. It offers a mouth-watering taste of Ice Cream Sandwich, has a superb screen, great media playback options, smart Google account integration, future-proofed NFC features and a lovely industrial design.
Summary: Released at the end of 2011, this is a very pleasant phone to use. The many small changes ICS includes will make current Android users happier and will make it more intuitive for new Android users.