Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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D. Sin, Amazon
10 October 2013
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. You cannot press any of the numbers while in a call, so automated calls are next to impossible. It's very retarded like that.
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.
Summary: it was touted as the be all and the end all of the new smartphone.I find that it is locking up a lot more than most of the phones that I have used in the past.the screen is nice but it is not as wonderful as they say it is. Still better than most. Overall I guess I'm satisfied.
Summary: I haven't had any issues with this phone. Very responsive and as of today I sill have not had any system lockups. Only issues I have are not related to the phone more to lack of LTE service in my area.
Summary: The color looks beautiful. It's an excelent phone, it feels very comfortable in your hands. Very resistant too, I've dropped it a few times and just the battery cover is thrown away, and a few others the battery pops out but the plastic keeps scratch free.
Summary: I expect a phone to last at least year. Poor quality, defective workman ship. Will not buy another phone without a one-year manufacturer warranty. This should not simply stop working int the first year. The phone was too expensive to have such poor quality.
Pros: This is a nice phone when it works.
Cons: The WIFI went out on this phone after 9 months of light use. The phone never got dropped and never got wet. Cellular data continues to work, but the phone cannot find any WiFi access points. When WiFi is on, the phone overheats and then powers down. With WiFi off, the phone can be used.
Summary: I actually bought this item for a friend of mine. He loves it and it works well. Item came in an original looking box and was selling so fast the price kept increasing. Was glad to get it for the price we did.
Summary: Purchased this phone from Pure Mobility to replace my broken Galaxy Nexus. Amazon search for "New" galaxy Nexus led me here. Phone was received and activated and after only 4 days, the phone stopped working on 4g. Verizon tech was unable to fix this even after a factory restore.
Best phone I've used, finally, Android has grown up.
Aaron O., Newegg
19 August 2013
Summary: Since I got this phone, I've sworn to never buy a phone from a carrier ever again. Storage: 16 GB isn't bad, and stores plenty of junk. I have 10GB remaining, and that's with 500MB in pictures and video and 1GB in music. I don't see how they went with 8GB for the Nexus 4, though.
Pros: DISCLAIMER: I bought this used, but it's a from-Google 9250. Battery: I've had this phone for 9 months now, and it's served me amazingly well. It's battery when I first got it typically lasted well over 48 hours, I have a screenshot of it lasting 65 with mild use. Under heavy use, calls, and cons...
Cons: OS: If you don't turn off the phone over a long period of time, it will get slower. I restarted it after being on constantly for right at 50 days and noticed it moved a bit faster. I don't think this is isolated to this phone, or any OS, though. It happens. (it was almost 1200 hours, I really did...