Reviews and Problems with Samsung i9250 / I515 / L700 / Galaxy Nexus
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus I9250
8 June 2012
Summary: This is a beautiful powerfull phone, the screen has the perfect size for navigation plus it gives mindblowing colors at 316 ppi 720 x 1280 pixels, 4.65 inches. I've already stacked my phone with over 200 apps and 20 of the most demanding games including: nova 2, asphalt 6, backstab, dead space, machinarium,shadowgun, eternity warriors, etc, they all work flawlessly. So far i havent came across with an app thant this phone cant handle.
Summary: After purchasing my phone I was not impressed with the features. Poor quality of incoming and outgoing calls. A lot of drop calls. This was my first Samsung phone and my last. For the money I paid I could have gotten a better performing phone.
HUGE & Fast .... I Do Recommend it but not to everybody.
30 May 2012
Summary: This is one awesome device. It is HUGE, and need to say this because in my opinion this cellphone is NOT for everyone. I have bigger than average hands and I still can't handle the bigness. On the other side, this is also one reason why it is so awesome to use. The resolution is incredible and it is SUUPERRR fast, the things this phone can do are amazing. It feels so high tech but also, I think they should stop making phones bigger and bigger.
Summary: I love this phone soo much! Considering it is my first smart phone. Overall it is much better than my dads Iphone4s. It is brilliant. But some features i dont like... And dont know if its customizable... But i cannot copy, and paste. Which i love, the sending messages isint the fastest, and when i want to text long messages. It stops me at a certain word count. Which really makes me sorta angry.
Pros: Realistic color, Lightweight, Bright display, Durable, very touch responsive
Cons: no copy and paste, cannot send long messages, send speed is slow, apps stay running in background, low battery life, no fourth search button on bottom
Summary: I am upgrading from iPhone 3G . Nexus has reception in areas where iPhone did not have signal, and reaaaaaally outstanding call quality in the rest, way better than the iphone. In this department Nexus is better. In web browsing Nexus is fast, way more fast than iPhone. Obviously the screen in nexus is bigger and colors really impress you. Battery life, because I use it most for making calls, is really good.
Summary: Sharp Screen Display.Dual-Core Processor.32 GB Internal Storage.Android 4.0.4 ICS.Sleek Build.Best representation of what Google had in mind for their phone before manufacturer customization of the OS.Perfect.
Cons: Harware hasn't been updated on this Nexus device since launch on Verizon. GSM variants and Sprint CDMA are both running newer less bug filled versions o Android but Verizon has failed to see the necessity to update this phone.