Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / SCH-I515 / SPH-L700 / i9250
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11 February 2013
Summary: Excellent! Took a little digging to get everything to sync. The only problem was mating my hands-free Blue Tooth in my car. The phone didn't recognize my car's signal, even though the phone has the same connection program. After several attempts it worked.
Summary: I upgraded from an iPhone and am happy I did. This phone is faster, more responsive, and easier to use. Only wish it had a micro SD card to increase its memory. But my iPhone lacked that also.
Reliable, fast, inexpensive 4G phone at a lower cost than a new one!
6 February 2013
Summary: I am very happy with my Samsung Nexus. The phone operates on 4G LTE and provides all the features I need for personal and business use. Taking the time to review and select the most reliable and least invasive android apps has resulted in a phone that is very productive. The price was much less than a new phone and allowed me to maintain my current unlimited data plan through Verizon.
Summary: It is a good phone that works in the five bands used in cellular telephony, ie 3G works 850/900/1700/1900/2100 Mhz, your screen is 16 million colors with resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, size of 4.65 inches and has 316 ppi pixel density. Among other features we can name 16 GB storage, 1 GB of RAM, front camera, you can upgrade to version 4.2 of Amdroid (Jelly Bean) and its processor is 1.2 Ghz dual core.
Love this phone. Might never do anything but Nexus again.
4 February 2013
Summary: Love this phone. Battery life is ok, everything else is awesome. Screen size is excellent, everything is zippy, and the LTE is super fast. A little heavy compared to modern super phones, but that doesn't bother me. It's a great phone, and since it already has NFC I could get by with this without upgrading for another 4 years I bet.