Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Sound quality 7
Battery performance 9
Build quality 9
COLAPSEDLUNGMAN, Phone Arena
30 October 2012
Excerpt: Love this phone. Was going to trade it in for the Nexus 4 but since that now won't be CDMA/LTE banded I have no reason to give it up. After using this phone I became a "Google Vegan" and will only every buy Nexus devices from here on out. You just can't go back.
Excerpt: i had this phone unlocked and its Really good with the display of super amoled. I run this device on jellybean and its soo good. If you are looking for a phone like the s3 but cheaper this is a GREAT phone you can get one unlocked for around $350 this phone is such a beast!!!! you dont know what your missing out on!!
Pros: Super Amoled, Fast at taking photos, nice 4.65 inch display, fast internet browing
Summary: I needed a new phone, i was able to get the nexus very cheap with a contract. It was the best value i've ever had on getting a new phone. It does much more than i expected. i'm on a family plan, everyone else got a Galaxy ll cus it was cheap also, mine is much better. It's only been two weeks and i keep finding more stuff that it does and it continues to amaze me.
Pros: Bright display, Inexpensive, Realistic color
Summary: I bought this phone in April 2012 because my EVO's charging port broke. I had already made up my mind to go with a Samsung product because my wife and son have Samsung phones and I liked the way they operated. I was going to wait for the Galaxy III btu it was not available yet so I went with the Nexus. I have to say i like this phone very much!! I love it now more with the Jelly Bean updated!!! I especially like the updated voice search and voice text.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Bright display, Inexpensive, Durable, Realistic color
Summary: The only problem I have is one spec that is incorrect. This phone does not have a microSD card slot for memory expansion. I love this phone. It is the best phone I have ever had. It may be manufactured by Samsung but doesn't have all the bloat-ware that most phones have. It is pure Android.
Excerpt: Not what I was expecting. The reception is not that good even with plenty of bars, and the Battery is constabtly dying and I have to charge it a few times during the day.. The built seems ok visually, but feels like a toy in my hands.. I went back to my Samsung EPIC 4G Touch.. Not sure I wish this phone on anyone or even my kids..
Cons: Horrible Battery Life, Feels Cheap, Bad Reception, Slow Internet since there is no real 4G for it anywhere yet..
Summary: I just upgraded to the Galaxy Nexus, this device is AWESOME !. It is so much better than my old device and the storage capacitie is unbelievable. I would defiantly recommend this device to all of my friends and family.