Reviews and Problems with Samsung I9020 / I9023 / Google Nexus S
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Nice phone but not the best.
gilberto siles, Amazon
14 August 2014
Summary: Nice phone, price and customer service. But device started to give problem with the power button after few weeks. Nothing that couldn't be fix but it takes away the satisfaction of thinking I made such an amazing deal.
Summary: I helped a friend purchase one a while back and wanted one ever since. Now that I have it I'm very pleased. The biggest feature on this for now is Android 4.1.2 (Jellybean). I new I wanted a Nexus device ever since I stared using the Nexus 7, I just could never go back to lesser android versions. Great size, nice screen (love the tones), good visibility in outdoors. Nice speaker, very clear audio and good volume. Love the LED flash, Not too thick of a device.
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.
Summary: Short and sweet review: I purchased a like new, unlocked version of this phone for $200 - an EXCELLENT deal - in July 2012 because I was ready to make the full switch to Android, but I just didn't have the money for a Galaxy Nexus. You might want to get yourself a nice little case if you ever drop the thing, as well as an additional charger (maybe a car charger) because this battery drains pretty fast.
Summary: It's a great phone with faster updates than most android phones. The screen is beautiful, albeit low resolution for today's standards. The bad thing is the signal. The wifi and 3g radio signal shows that it's very low. Haven't dropped the phone and the wifi works so I will have to test this one. If the galaxy nexus is too big this is a great cheap choice.
Summary: It's a great phone, though the battery life is disappointing. It starts up quickly, has plenty of storage space, and is almost never slow, though mine does freeze every now and then which I account to me having bought it used. Web pages load quickly, and most importantly it is the cheapest phone that can use Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwhich) at the time of writing. Well worth what I paid.