Reviews and Problems with Samsung i9250 / I515 / L700 / Galaxy Nexus
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Outdated model. Low volume defect.
11 February 2014
Summary: Pros: A good mid level phone for 2014. Descent and large screen. Fast processor. Low priced. Battery can be removed and changed easily. Upgradable to Android 4.2 Cons: Well known low volume hardware defect on this model with no solution. Ringer is extremely hard to hear. The speaker and headset volume are very low. This phone is not usable to view movies or video unless you do not need sound. Wifi range is about half of most other devices. Battery life is poor.
Pros: The Nexus has a bright screen, lovely photo image capability and a large viewing screen. Apps run fast and manipulating items on screens is easy.
Cons: There is a LOUD screeching/fax machine squeal and clicking or Loud static when making and receiving calls that is eardrum-piercing. When accessing the voicemail at times, the screen goes black when you try to touch password which disallows access.
Cons: Harware hasn't been updated on this Nexus device since launch on Verizon. GSM variants and Sprint CDMA are both running newer less bug filled versions o Android but Verizon has failed to see the necessity to update this phone.
"Radios' are awful. Steer clear if you want a "phone"."
7 March 2012
Pros: Great google experience. Hacker friendly. First phone to run Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS)
Cons: As a "hacker" I am running the 4.0.3 (Verizon - CDMA) version of the firmware. While the 3G/4G "handoff" issue that was apparent out of the box has been "fixed", the call quality is horrendous. Can't even call VM and hear what the "robot" is saying.