Summary: "Camera-4/5 Browser-5/5 Display-5/5 Battery-3/5 Design-4/5 The next evolution of Android, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus runs Ice Cream Sandwich - Android 4.0 - and features a 720p HD AMOLED screen.
Excerpt: best phone ever had best display best perfomance fast ui good call quality stock android with no garbage to slow down the system battery is a problem everyday charging camera is good but it could be better
Summary: Advertised as new, and that's DEFINITELY not the case. Not only is it unlocked but there were some random pictures of a guy testing the camera and video. I just deleted them and the phone works fine. So as long as that doesn't bother you, and you want a simple Google phone, go for it!
Summary: The battery was useless, couldn't hold a charge for nothing. I had to purchase another battery for it be to used. And it stated there were no scratches " like new” but first thing I noticed it had a dent on the top of it. At least it works now. Good fast delivery though.
Summary: This phone has its kinks, that's why it's so cheap compared to other 4g lte phones. ie. when im in a call using the dial pad is a pain in the you know. battery life is short have a few spares. eh whatever it's a phone.
Summary: After my poor Droid Bionic finally bit the dust, we were in a fix. I needed a phone, but we didn't want to re-up our contract just yet, as we are thinking about making the jump to Page Plus to save money. Verizon was worthless about telling me what my options were, so I did some research and decided to take a leap of faith and purchase my first used cellphone from a third party. Oakland Wireless did not disappoint.
Summary: The antenna's on this phone are flawed. It constantly switches from LTE to 3G even in Manhattan that has the most robust LTE network in the country. About 40% of the time there is NO network signal at all, All the other features are useless if you can't make a phone call or a text message. Often MMS messages will not go through at all, even on wifi.