Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250

  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250
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The Galaxy Nexus by Samsung is the first device to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also gets a larger battery and a super high-resolution display. It features a subtly curved front glass panel that protects the 720p resolution (720 x 1280) Super AMOLED HD touchscreen display.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 90

As the current Google flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung is the first device to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The super large, super high-resolution display on the Galaxy Nexus is a dream to look at. Verizon's U.S. version is 4G ready and the new Android operating system gives users something very new and interesting to work with. It's a good combination.

By TopTenREVIEWS on

Made in partnership with Google, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is both a smartphone and a wallet. Using NFC (Near Field Communication) technology to transfer data from one device to another with a simple touch, the Google Wallet software allows you to makes...

By PC Mag on 80

The unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the only way to get pure, unadulterated Jelly Bean (Android 4.1), and it's an unusually good deal for a smartphone that doesn't come with a specific carrier...

By evogadget.com on

The Samsung GT-I9250 Galaxy Nexus is one of the manufacturer's most stable smartphones. And one of the most adequate when it comes to great performance, interesting specs and looks. So don't shy away from...

By Dev Hardware on

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By PC Mag on 80

Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus pairs a "pure Google" experience with unlimited data, but for now, that's very slow data....

By Phone Arena on

This was it, shutterbugs. Apparently we don't have an ultimate camera phone here, but even if we had one, it wouldn't have been the new HTC One X. The handset did arrive with a very fast ImageSense camera, which made photo-taking very intuitive...

By Phone Arena on

There's no doubt that both the One X and Galaxy Nexus are incredibly strong opponents to come out against. It's quite interesting, though, when you think about how your overall impression of a handset changes with time. When one approaches the...

By HardwareHeaven on 80

Looking at the operating system first Android 4.0 is a huge leap forward from 2.x and noticeably better than the tablet optimised Honeycomb. Almost immediately we noticed differences in overall performance with 4.0 giving us more fluid, quicker and...

By InsideHW on

Nexus is a smartphone family signed by Google, while the OEM manufacturer is variable – for Nexus One, it was HTC, and for the next one, Nexus S, Google picked Samsung; the latest member of the family, Galaxy Nexus, is signed by Samsung yet again....

By techcrunch.com on

The LG Spectrum isn’t necessarily my favorite phone. It’s got pretty nice specs and a killer screen, but there’s something to be said about the way a phone draws you in from across the room. I don’t mean to get all romantic or dramatic about it, but...

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 80

There's plenty to like about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus: its gorgeous and spacious 4.65-inch AMOLED Plus 720p screen, speedy navigation, and last but not least, the fact that it's armed with the long-awaited ICS OS. While its design is nothing to...

By Computeractive on

Although it has little interest in what manufacturers get up to with its Android operating system, Google does like to produce a smartphone of its own every now and then to show them how it thinks things should be done. The Galaxy Nexus is the third...

By ConsumerSearch on

Great smartphone, great operating systemHeralding a new era for Android operating systems is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon, the first Android phone to run Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). "This gets said every month, but yes, the Galaxy...

By Tech-Reviews UK on 90

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has proven itself to be quite the power house it says it is on paper. From the insanely high-quality HD display, right down to the way Android Ice Cream Sandwich works on the device, there is hardly anything to fault...

By Tech Digest on 60

Name: Type: Specifications: Though much of the focus of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be its use of the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android, we've got to take our hats off to Samsung when it comes to the hardware design of the smartphone....

By Phone Arena on

Normally, newer devices gain a lot of attention for being fresh on the scene, as opposed to some other models that have been around for months. Yes, we adore that the DROID 4 is the supreme messaging device, and even better, its $200 on-contract...

By AsiaOne on 70

Get the Galaxy Nexus if you have been holding out on buying a new Android...

By G4tv.com on 100

Video Review: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE features more than just a sleek look. The smartphone is the first optimized for Android's 4.0 OS, runs on Verizon's super fast 4G network and is only $299 with a contract. Here's what Kevin...

By TechCentral on 70

The Galaxy Nexus may be the first smartphone to come with Android 4.0 but it will only hold this exclusivity for a short while as more handsets will be rolling out with ICS in the months to come. Clearly the biggest benefit of owning the Galaxy Nexus...