Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Great device even with Verizon's attempts to cripple it.
23 January 2013
Summary: I bought my Galaxy Nexus late in the game but it is still very much a relevant phone in my experience. The screen size is perfect, the styling is elegant, and although it doesn't have the very latest version of Android due to Verizon's lack of support, it does at least have Android 4.1.1 with Google Now. I really really like this phone. On the stock 4.1.1, it is fast, the OS doesn't hang, the voice recognition is spot on, reception is decent and it's pretty expandable.
Excerpt: Just have this phone for a few months. Have a problems with the build quality. Drops the phone once to the floor from a table, and now the speakers works very bad. Sometimes have a very bad noise. But sometimes it's good. The speed is what I love. Software support from both developers all around the world and Android is amazing. Custom ROMs make this phone more beautiful and powerful. The weakside of this phone is only the build quality and battery life.
Pros: Design is cool, Nexus, of course, full software support., Custom ROM make this phone even more amazing.
Cons: Camera only 5 MP, non-expandable storage, Not the best build quality Samsung (or Google) could make.
Excerpt: When it comes to cellphones, no doubt Samsung is ahead of most of its rivals. However we could expect galaxy nexus to be a little bit better. The overall build quality is fine. Holding this mobile in your hand gives you a unique distinction as it is tagged by Google itself on the back side.
Summary: The phone exterior is sleek and beautiful to look at. The iPhone 4S looks like a relic next to it. I'm not much of a power user, mostly use it for work, i.e. emails and specialty apps.The Android OS performs very well in these cases, is responsive and easy to use. As a phone it works well with good sound and reception quality. The price is great in comparison with iPhones and high-end Galaxy types.
Summary: Despite the fact that the Galaxy Nexus is a generation older than the current phones on the market, it has no problem holding its own and even out performing some. I am a huge fan of vanilla android and I will never go back to a non-Nexus device after this one. It is speedy and smooth with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software and feels faster than my Nexus 7 tablet and my dads HTC Evo 4G LTE.
Excerpt: Really fast phone and it helps me get everything done. Great for multitasking. Beautiful HD display with a 1280 x 800 pixels/ 1080p screen. Great 32gb storage but no removable SD card. Overall amazing phone! Just got it in Dec. 2012. Give me 6months and I'll add another review. So far so good though.
Summary: I am enjoying the use of this phone. Updated to android 4.2 with no problem. Great buy and price. I have recommended to others. Easy set up with Straight talk phone services. Built in tether works great. ....