Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Nexus / i9250 / I515 / L700 / Google Nexus 3
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Great phone despite lacking battery life.
5 July 2013
Summary: You cannot beat stock Android. Battery life on this phone leaves a lot to be desired, so buy an extended battery if you're purchasing this phone. NFC is a great, underutilized feature. I've used Google Wallet more than once and although it's not accepted everywhere, you can use it anywhere PayPass is accepted and it is very convenient.
Summary: on android 4.2.2 still has a lot of lag opening a app for the first time 3-5 seconds on a blank screen with the name of the app in the top right corner then the actual app loading screen battery life couple of hours
Summary: I bought this because I wanted to save money but still get a nexus. I didn't like that the new one had a glass back and I knew that samsung makes a great phone and I am glad this is pure android.
This phone was crippled by poor call quality, battery life and slow updates due to Verizon.
milesboy5, Phone Arena
7 June 2013
Excerpt: I have endured the growing pains of the "Nexus" brand of Verizon Wireless. Unfortunately it was not a merry relationship with my phone and I. The call quality sucked, the battery life sucked, and the build quality was just ok. Overall it looks neat on the outside but after a little wear and tear this Nexus device slowly degrades to a pulp.
Excerpt: This phone is really good ,, i had it for 5 months ,, and its still in an excellent condition .. Android is the best ,, it's fast and its screen is very good ,, 720p 4.7 inch screen ..fantastic phone,, the only bad thing is the battery ..
Pros: HD Amoled Screen, 1.2 Ghz Dual core CPU & 1GB RAM, Quality, Fast Updates from Google, Apps & Games
Summary: The phone works good, but if you don't put a large battery in it, the phone will die within 8 hours. I bought a bigger battery pack just to find that you cannot get a protector case for the phone that accommodates the large battery. Then the phone is vulnerable to dropping and the added battery weight makes the phone more vulnerable. Why cant they just make a phone last longer than 8 hours on a regular battery.
Summary: Excellent phone, very fast(1.2 Ghz dual core processor and 1Ghz RAM), 16 GB of internal memory is all I need, I'm looking for an android phone not expensive as the Galaxy III for example, and I found this Nexus, really an awesome phone, the size in the hand is perfect, the AMOLED screen is very impressive, a lot of other features...I have no issues with the phone, I recommend this phone over other android high end phones...
Summary: I absolutely love this phone. I've managed to get decent battery life by unlocking the phone, flashing a custom ROM (CM10) and flashing a custom kernel (fancy kernel). I've also taken advantage of apps such as Greenify that really help with battery life. I love this phone!