Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Overall good, but could be better
6 September 2012
Summary: I very much like the phone and can strongly recommend it, but if it were a single thickness instead of having a chin, it could hold a much more significant battery. Louder when playing media would also be nice.
Pros: Jelly Bean features, lack of carrier alterations. Android as it was meant to be.
Cons: Battery life is only one day, speaker needs to be louder when playing media, no SD slot.
Summary: Despite being a year old, this phone still races through anything I can throw at it. I flashed CM10 and it's running amazingly. A good choice if you don't have a 2 year upgrade. The only phone I would choose over this one would be the Galaxy S III.
Summary: After selling my LG Optimus One I wanted to take a big step forward in terms of quality and performance, the Jelly Bean release encouraged me to decide that this phone would the perfect one by the time I bought it (about 2 months ago now).
Summary: I really like my Galaxy Nexus. Please note there are 2 main sub-models, one is supported by Google and the other one by Samsung. If you wish to get the latest OS updates fast, make sure you buy the Google one or flash the SW.
Summary: I first got introduced to android by the HTC G1/Dream, a few months after it was launched; I loved it. Last OS I remember using on it was FroYo (CyanogenMod). I replaced that phone for a Motorola Droid X, then I replaced the X for an HTC Sensation.
Summary: I've used an unlocked HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus for a month. Overall, it's a very good phone. Having switched from a Blackberry (RIP!) this is my first Android phone so I can't compare it to other Android phones. It is thin, light and feels comfortable in my hand.
Summary: I've had this phone for three weeks and so far it has been amazing!! I had an iPhone, a Nexus One and a Optimus 2x (LG P990) before and I almost bought a Galaxy S3 now, but I gotta say that I'm not regret at all about my choice! The Galaxy Nexus is the best Android Phone launched so far!
Excerpt: Within the first two weeks of having the phone I noticed a lot of bugs and glitches. I'm not sure if that was with the OS or the user, either way after a couple of weeks it seems to have smoothed itself out and it runs optimally now.
Pros: Browser speed (even on 3G), Display resolution, ICS, Pre-loaded with only bare essentials, Build quality, Size
Excerpt: hell yeah its magical runing AOKP jellybean 4.1.1. its fast like hell. very good build quality (better than glass & metal), amazing display, wonderful UI. Jellybean is the OS you `ve been waiting for. Its truly amazing.