Reviews and Problems with Samsung I9020 / I9023 / Google Nexus S
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Samsung Google Nexus S
5 December 2013
Summary: "This phone fails in the most important aspect, signal reception. It is lousey.... I bought this phone to replace my screen damaged old N95 8GB, the Nokia where I live had no problem uploading/downloading emails on the fairly weak 3G signal in my area. The Samsung just informs me "data connection error" "data network unavailable" in very pretty high resolution fonts with no help system to diagnose faults or resolve the problem.
Summary: "Love this mobile, moved from iphone 4 with no regrets - love the fact you can customize etc.and the speed is amazing. Note previous comment on signal reception - no problems myself but from an iphone 4 perhaps I was holding it wrong.........................
Summary: Love this phone! It was rated a better phone than the Iphone on GTV's Attach of the Show. The screen has a better screen than the retina display and I agree. I'm just sad I didn't get to use it more before I switched companies. Whole lot of people don't know about that Samsung Galaxy Nexus S!
Summary: Write your review for the Samsung Google Nexus S SPH-D720 - 16GB Smartphone Wow In spite of battery drain, I am immensely enjoying the phone. I love all of the Google services that are connected to the device; I love that when I brought it I was one of the few that had Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich off the bat, and now I'm one of the FEWER that has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Runs Jelly Bean 4.1 years after release. The newest old phone you can get!
1 December 2012
Summary: I lost my Nexus S 4G in a rest area parking lot and knew I had to replace it for life to go on. Let me tell you why this phone kicks ass several years after it was intruduced. 1. It is already upgraded to Jelly Bean 4.1 and is considered a pure Google phone. No bloatware from Sprint. It runs the new Android OS with speed. 2. The screen is a reasonable size for your pocket, but the resolution is beautiful. I watch Netflix on mine. 3. Curved glass makes phone calls better.
Good phone for a good price. Mediocre battery life.
5 November 2012
Summary: Though of course not as smooth and sleek (and touch-sensitive) as the iPhone, the Nexus S is a great phone, not least because my last phone was... not so great... (though also by Samsung). Why this phone is better than my last: it doesn't turn on randomly when I'm flying/traveling, it doesn't connect to the Internet randomly , the Internet is actually usable, easily. Why this phone is just okay: battery life, as always, it seems, is mediocre.
A reliable and durable phone with popular features and still easy to use.
2 November 2012
Summary: I bought this phone as a replacement for one that would not charge due to damage to micro usb charging port. I had multiple choices available, but I decided to purchase the same model again. This should say enough.