Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Great phone, terrible battery. Be sure to get an extended battery!
5 October 2013
Summary: I bought this phone because it is the latest Nexus device for CDMA networks. The phone is still decent when it comes to hardware and performs very well with vanilla Android. The screen is a very nice size for average hands and works surprisingly well in daylight.
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: Google phone = Automatic Android OS updates, excellent value. Much better value than the new Google LG Nexus 4 and it's made by Samsung to back it up. Excellent phone. Battery lasts about a day with moderate use.
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 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: I love this device. I bought it when it was first available at the Google Play store, but I took it swimming with me a few weeks ago and destroyed that one so I came to Ebay and bought another one. These phones really hold their value.
Summary: Pure love for the pure Google Android for Verizon, untainted by additional features by hardware manufacturers. Re-imageable (be sure you know what you're doing) to a factory image readily available from Google.