Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Very good phone for the price
TNHN "book worm", Amazon
9 August 2013
Summary: I first considered a Samsung S3 or S4 but could not afford it, then I saw this Samsung GT- i9250 Galaxy Nexus from Google. It's smaller than the S3 and S4 and has no external SD slot, only 16 GB of internal storage. But that's all I need. I received it with Android 4.1 loaded.
Summary: I ordered this phone used from Amazon Warehouse deals it was supposed to be a GSM model unlocked I got my phone today opened the box and it was Verizon. Before I ordered I even called Amazon to be sure it was the GSM version and they assured me it was GSM.
Excerpt: i have had this phone for not more than a month now , the phone that i have bought is original made in korea and not in china and since considering samsung is from korea ... i think it is a very good phone ....
Pros: excellent phone ( by design ), fast internet, Very fast UI considering the processor, very good camera, gets updates instantly ( when released by google ), text input is easy, very good for everyday usage
Excerpt: it is a good phone its camera is 5 mp but it click images as 8 mp means it lacks somewhat but not that much as we think Really Nice Phone .... nice diaplay ... good performance ..... Happy to have it. value for money
Summary: I love my phone, it's very fast and it has a lot of cool features. the only problem is that the battery overheats quite very often and the cable for charging is really really really short so I cant use it while charging
Summary: I love this phone so much! It's amazing that it's still relevant 2 years later! The only problem with this phone that I have encountered is battery life. I'm not sure what Samsung was thinking with that one, but it was quickly remedied with a Hyperion 3800mAh battery that I bought!
Summary: I have this phone for the last 2 years and it is the best phone ever. It's powerful enough, great camera and amazing screen. Moreover it runs the stock Android, without any of the useless HTC/Samsung overlay.
Summary: I guess I should have done my homework better. First when receiving this I tried to activate it on-line just to discover I needed a SIM card from Verizon. I went to the local Verizon store and they gave me one for free and activated it for me, but it took an hour in the store.