Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / SCH-I515 / SPH-L700 / i9250
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Great phone, great service. Well worth the money.
23 August 2013
Summary: Excellent phone. I'm using it on Ting (great service). Phone works wonderfully - no issues. I had an unlocked Nexus (GSM) and this one is just as speedy. Currently running 4.2.1 which is fine with me. Nothing bad to say about it.
Summary: Purchased this phone from Pure Mobility to replace my broken Galaxy Nexus. Amazon search for "New" galaxy Nexus led me here. Phone was received and activated and after only 4 days, the phone stopped working on 4g. Verizon tech was unable to fix this even after a factory restore. My SID card was tested in shop and was fine, so the phone was bad. Return was authorized and I returned.
Summary: I love this device. I bought it when it was first available at the Google Play store, but I took it swimming with me a few weeks ago and destroyed that one so I came to Ebay and bought another one. These phones really hold their value. I could have bought a new device from T-mobile, but I prefer the unlocked, vanilla Android experience I get out of the Gnex. Plus, because the device is older, I can get it for way less than an unlocked HTC One or Galaxy S4.
Summary: Good replacement for a stolen Galaxy S3. The form factor is great. Android update is available. Not bad for a non-current model. Battery life is not too good though but I can charge almost anywhere.
Summary: The Galaxy Nexus is still a great option for a cheap but good off-contract phone. It's certainly not a new phone, and isn't the fastest thing out there, but unless you're part of the small minority that plays extensive 3D games on your android device, this phone will have plenty of power to run your applications.
Summary: Pure love for the pure Google Android for Verizon, untainted by additional features by hardware manufacturers. Re-imageable (be sure you know what you're doing) to a factory image readily available from Google. If you are an Android application developer and on Verzion's CDMA network, this is the phone you'll want as a reference benchmark for your phone development and device compatibilities. The phone upgrades to Android 4.2.2 if not upgraded already.
Summary: I first considered a Samsung S3 or S4 but could not afford it, then I saw this Samsung GT- i9250 Galaxy Nexus from Google. It's smaller than the S3 and S4 and has no external SD slot, only 16 GB of internal storage. But that's all I need. I received it with Android 4.1 loaded. After starting to use the phone, it was upgraded to 4.2, then the next day to 4.3! Thank you Google! The display is gorgeous. Battery is decent with whole day of average use without recharging.