Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 9
Build quality 10
vdhillsr, Phone Arena
26 May 2012
Excerpt: I must admit, when I first received this phone I did not like it because of the Google UI. I am used to most of everything that I need coming preinstalled on the phone. Now that I have the phone customized to my liking, I can’t put it down.
Pros: Everything!!!, crazy about the design!!!, Vivid Screen!!!
Summary: This is what an Android phone should be and with Google re-entering the market I hope there will be more. Of course if you don't buy it from Google you probably won't get a warranty. This is my third Nexus (previously One and S) and I remain devoted to the pure Google experience.
Summary: I love this phone! It has everything I want and need! I take it with me anywhere and can do everything I do on my notebook. The phone is light, thin, comfortable to hold! Excellent screen and sound - I watch movies, listen music, read books, browse the Internet, play games, talk on SKYPE, use Office...
Summary: This i s honestly the best Android phone I've ever owned and I've owned a lot of them. I've been an Android enthusiast ever since I first bought the G1, since then I've owned the mytouch 3g, Samsung vibrant, mytouch 4g, Samsung galaxy s2 and the newer htc one s.
Excerpt: I had this phone for 5 months. I loved it, but it was a disappointment in some ways as well. First off, let me go on record by saying that I love the concept of Android - the entire OS is within your hands to do with as you please.
Pros: Stock ICS is a huge selling point, Nice display with high contrast ratio and vibrant colours, Good call quality, Great internet experience, Awesome for movies, Speedy in menial tasks, Good day-to-day phone
Cons: Battery life is below par, Struggles with heavy games, Display has grainy whites/grays and is not quite bright enough, Camera falls flat compared to other high-ends, Random network disconnects (hardware issue), Build quality does not exude high end, Awful speaker, Non-yakju phones don't get timel...
Summary: This is a review for those who might be on the fence about buying a Galaxy Nexus. I am not a phone expert, just a user who has used an iphone for the last couple years and looking for a change away from the fruit. First impression out of the box -- wow!!
Excerpt: It's not the biggest but it's big enough and any bigger would be approaching too big. It's not the fastest but it's fast enough that I don't notice any lag. It doesn't have the most memory but it's plenty for my usage. Having said what it iisn't let me say what it is. It's pure. Pure Android.
Excerpt: Whoever the so called experts that gave this phone a 9.5 are should be replaced with someone else. Get real, this phone is wwwwwaaaaaaaayyyyyy overated. Wouldn't try to convince anyone to buy it. Go get a Droid, or an I phone.
Cons: No Reception, Battery life is shit even with extended battery
Summary: I've owned an iPhone and I've owned all the Google Nexus phones. This one is by far the best. The UI is fluid, smooth (much smoother than the previous Nexus phones - there is no jerkiness at all), and slick on a beautiful screen.