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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review
14 January 2012
Conclusion: A majority of you might not have had the chance to check out Android Ice Cream Sandwich yet, but you should definitely check to see if the new OS can be installed on your smartphone. Upon turning the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on, we’re greeted with the lock screen, a screen that all you Android users should be familiar with by now. To unlock, a simple gesture of sliding the padlock outside of the circle will unlock the device.
Excerpt: In the mobile market, Nexus is synonymous with pure. It is the unadulterated version of Android exactly as Google intended it to be. Compared to other versions of the open source software, it is free from carrier baggage and manufacturer add-ons, allowing it to deliver a fast and seamless user experience. Size is a defining factor of the Galaxy Nexus. It stands 135mm tall, just under 68mm wide and 8.9mm thick.
Pros: Stunning HD screen; Android 4.0; Task Manager;
Summary: As the first U.S. phone with Ice Cream Sandwich, Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Nexus takes a coveted, solitary step forward. However, once other premium handsets receive the updated Android OS, the Galaxy Nexus will lose some of its competitive edge.
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus marries the power of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS with the speed of Verizon's LTE network. The phone's beautiful screen and internal performance are top-notch.
Cons: The Galaxy Nexus lacks a slot for expandable memory, and the 5-megapixel camera isn't Samsung's best. There's no support for Google Wallet, and several Ice Cream Sandwich features take some getting used to.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Aussie Review: Cutting Through The Hype
14 December 2011
Excerpt: This is the phone that Android users (including myself) have been smugly namedropping into conversations. Even iPhone fanboys have been holding their breath for this one. We were drip-fed conflicting specs leaks , images , teaser videos and speculation for months, so it’s no wonder that we all started believing that the newest flagship Google phone was gonna be a gamechanger before it even became official.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is probably the most anticipated Android device for 2011. Each Nexus is special because it ushers in a new wave of software. In this case it is the launch device for Android 4.0, otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
Pros: Sharp display is wonderful at full brightness, Android 4, you'll be first in the queue for software updates, NFC, lightweight, video looks sensational
Cons: As display dims it becomes grubby, auto brightness too aggressive, no microSD card slot, early adopters will have to wait for app developers to catch up
Summary: O Galaxy Nexus é o primeiro smartphone a chegar-nos com o Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Esta nova versão do Android acaba por ser um dos pontos principais deste equipamento. A mistura anunciada entre o “Android dos tablets” e o “Android dos telefones” poderia deixar apreensivos alguns de nós mas o resultado é muito bom.
Excerpt: powered by 17.02.2012 (area dvd Smartphone-Testteam pr Multimedia) Mit dem GT I9250 Samsung Nexus erweitert die Galaxy Familiie ihr Sortiment wieder mal mit einem Hightech Smartphone der oberen Klassen. Es ist ein topmodernes Touchscreen Smartphone, welches bereits mit dem Android-Betriebssystem 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich arbeitet (während unseres Test kam das Update auf 4.0.1). Unterstützt wird es hierbei von einem 1,2 GHz Dual Core-Prozessor und 1 GB Arbeitsspeicher.