Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 10
Build quality 10
best phone i have ever
alonadler, Phone Arena
12 April 2012
Excerpt: i realy love this phone! I've had this phone for 2 months now and i think it's the best phone in stores now. I've seen the galaxy S2 but the nexus is far forward cause everything looks much better on the screen. The quality of the photos could be better but i dont care much.
Excerpt: Good phone, glad i bought it. only wish they had worked out all of the bugs before coming out with a ICS phone but i guess it's the price you pay to be first in line. overall i really like this celly.
Pros: Great screen, very responsive, ICS, NEXUS, Thin
Cons: camera could be better, reception issues due to software, razr maxx set new battery standards
Summary: The Galaxy Nexus is an amazing phone. I have yet to notice any lag zipping in and out of apps and settings. Call quality is very good. I haven't had any issues understanding people on the other line and they can hear me clearly.
Summary: I was surprised that this phone could even be a refurbished mobile. The device is in top notch condition, no problems what so ever. The battery door was broken but i got such a great device for such a low price, the battery door is forgotten.
Near to Perfect Smart Phone, overall better than any nearest Rival
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 April 2012
Summary: I have just completed 4 month of owning of Samsung Galaxy Nexus and I have no doubt declaring I am very happy with this. This is the best smart phone on the market for the time being until iPhone 5 or Samsung Galaxy S3 releases.
Excerpt: In my opinion, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is by far the best phone so far. To me, no other phone can beat this one. It is simply not possible. Although the Galaxy Nexus carries a hefty price tag, it is still worth buying. This phone is very powerful and …
Excerpt: The best android phone to date, and arguably the best phone on the market. While you may have a hard time finding reception in an area with a weak signal, it's pros far outweigh its cons. The screen is sharp and vivid. The camera is fast and capable.
Pros: Bright, vivid, and clear screen, Polished and responsive UI, Manageable size, Fast Camera, LTE is blazing fast
Cons: Pictures could be sharper, Build materials aren't necessarily premium, Reception suffers in areas with weak signal
Perfect Android Phone For People That Need More Than A Phone!
goehme, Phone Arena
4 April 2012
Excerpt: I came from a Droid Charge, and I paid full retail for this one. Worth every penny! I was tempted to leave the phone stock because everything on it ran perfectly and didn't have apps that annoyed me. If you are an experienced techie type I highly recommend this phone.
Pros: Fast Processor, ICS, Verizon LTE 4G, Battery Life (Relative to Phone's Power), Easy to modify (Root/Custom ICS for experienced users)
Excerpt: I have had this phone for almost two years and it has been the worst phone I have ever had. Call quality is terrible and have had multiple sim cards replaced by Verizon due to this. The version of android is so bad.
Cons: Battery Life, OS problems, Internet Speeds, Screen in Dark Videos, Reception