Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Great Phone Great Price!!
9 March 2014
Summary: The phone runs android 4.3. It can handle most daily activities, and the 16gb make it good enough for the normal person. I recommend backing up all your photos and videos to save space. It wouldnt get full too fast. It can hold enough for me. No complains really. Camera looks great. Both work well.
Summary: I accidentally dropped my smartphone in the toilet, and I did not have any insurance on the phone. I simply took my SIM card (Verizon network) from my old phone and put it in this one, and after a few minutes, all of my contacts, phone numbers, and text-messages were able to sync to my new device.
Summary: I do like this new phone, but I'm not sure if that is just because the old one sucked. Its a big dinged up, but it works alright. I have to press the side button hard to start it up. I do like it though, fits well with my T-mobile sim card.
Summary: Pros: A good mid level phone for 2014. Descent and large screen. Fast processor. Low priced. Battery can be removed and changed easily. Upgradable to Android 4.2 Cons: Well known low volume hardware defect on this model with no solution. Ringer is extremely hard to hear.
Summary: First phone I\'ve got came in dirty warp on charger and film cover on the phone screen. Phone sounds was not working good. It was no doubt that phone was used or someone retruned so I had to have new replacement and 2nd phone they sent was also, not look brand new but box and shink wrap.
screen is good, build is cheap but works well, battery is mediocre
9 February 2014
Summary: I bought this phone to use with ting.com. I got laid off and had to buy out my verizon contract with 5 months left on it. The phone was two years old when I bought it and does well. I do not use it as much since I'm trying to keep the bill down. I was a real data hog with verizon.