Reviews and Problems with Samsung I9020 / I9023 / Google Nexus S
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Good older phone, best part its not an IPHONE!! Just say NO! to apples B.S.
4 weeks ago
Summary: I have had a few of these phones mainly because of their ease of use. But beware if your as rough on phones as I am it will quickly be added to your cell phone junkyard because the screen breaks easily. Like in your pocket easy. The battery life is my only complaint. It goes quick so if you have a few broken nexus phones like i do then you will have extra batteries! bamm problem solved! This review probably will never be read because the phone is out dated.
Summary: I had doubts before purchasing this product, but my doubts failed me. The Phone came as described by the seller and was in perfect condition. it was working fine during the period i used it, but after 6 months it switched off and refused to turn on. and the warranty did not help because it was an international version.
Summary: Phone was fine. I got it a month ago. But today and yesterday, the battery caused quite a lot of problems. I have to conclude that the battery is defected. Not to mention that the battery has no brand on it whatsoever. Yesterday, when my phone has 80% battery capacity left, I turned off the screen and put in my pocket. 1 hour later, my phone died so I had to be without a phone for half a day. Today, even worse. Battery capacity went from 64% to 14% in just 15 mins.
Summary: (Please Note: Original Review April 19, 2012) Only been using this unit for 24 hours. It's replaced a wonderful barely-two-years-old Google Nexus One that went bad (random infinite reboot loop and heating up) that HTC couldn't remedy without an expensive out-of-warranty repair. There's a lot to like about this Samsung Nexus S: Wonderfully bright and sensitive display. No artificial GUI mandated by the carrier (AT&T Wireless).
Summary: I ordered a Nexus S i9020a with BLUTEKUSA and they sent me the i9020a, not the tmobile version. Im happy because I can use it with 3G in my country. I recommend it very much, its so smooth and nice. ***Update September 15th 2012. I have 6 months with the phone now, I must say... It has a lot of issues. It got slower after I downloaded some apps and games. The screen broke the first time it fell to floor 3 months ago.
it is not US, it is not Super AMOLED, it is not i9020
1 July 2011
Summary: I bought it just 2 weeks ago. I bought it especially for its Super AMOLED screen. But you should know that before buying: There is actually 2 kinds of Nexus S: i9020 (i9020a i9020t) and i9023 i9023 is the european version or non-USA/UK version. It has S-LCD screen. Worse colors, worse black. google it and check example photos (I found some on flickr) Super LCD variant is unable to display black color, it's just dark grey.
Summary: I bought the Nexus, fulfilled by amazon. The phone is the european version: i9023, the warranty says: valid on the countries of the european union. Is not US Warranty and IT's NOT the i9020A. I feel cheated!! and I can't returned it because I need it NOW.
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: i thought i was buying a new phone. this is refurbished. my only complaint is lack of an original box (resale value) and lack of an OEM battery. it did ship with an HTC mytouch leather case, which is arguably an upgrade from the white cardboard nexus box. the phone is free of defects, but is clearly refurbished. i received the 9020t, which is the t-mobile version. its apparently a crapshoot as to which one you receive.