Excellent 4G LTE speeds.
Ice Cream Sandwich is fast, powerful and intuitive.
Excellent voice quality.
Gorgeous HD screen.
Gorgeous 4.65 inch AMOLED Plus 720p screen.
Super responsive touch-screen and keyboard.
Excellent social and email features.
Best iteration of Gmail available.
Full-featured camera with instant shutter and time lapse mode.
No LTE coverage yet.
Limited audio and video codec support.
No microSD card.
Buggy HDMI output.
Choppy web browsing.
Poor quality video recording.
Poor battery life.
Low signal strength
Hit and miss camera performance.
Does not support USB mass storage mode.
Macs require a file manager app to browse files via USB.
By TechSpot on December 21, 2011
While all of the early reviews of the GSM/UMTS version of the Google Galaxy Nexus out of Europe were full of superlatives and the written equivalent of high-fives, I had only modest expectations for the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon. I dislike Android 3.x...-
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
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 May 23, 2012
TOOLS YOU CAN USE advertisementAre you in the market for a new smartphone? This review will take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in terms of design, features, and performance to help you decide if this Android handset just released for Sprint...-
By PC Mag on May 17, 2012
Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus pairs a "pure Google" experience with unlimited data, but for now, that's very slow data....80
By Android Central on May 15, 2012
Welcome to Part 3 of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus story -- the one where the latest Google reference phone makes its way to Sprint, ready to put the upcoming LTE network to the test. Sprint was kind enough to loan us a review unit for a while, and I get...-
By MobileBurn on May 12, 2012
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The Google Galaxy Nexus for Sprint is virtually the same phone that has been available from Verizon Wireless since December of last year. It features a 4.65-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, 1.2GHz dual-core...-
By LaptopMag on May 11, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Sprint offers all the power of Google's flagship phone, plus the promise of LTE. Is it worth the...70
By Engadget on May 10, 2012
Cellphones PSA: Sprint's LTE-infused Galaxy Nexus now available online and in storesSprint outlines LTE coverage plansSprint Galaxy Nexus updated, kiss your connectivity woes goodbyeWhat can we say about this phone that hasn't been said before?...-
By Phone Arena on May 07, 2012
First and foremost, if you’re a Sprint customer who simply can’t wait any longer to experience the bountiful features associated with Ice Cream Sandwich, you should no doubt check out the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. However, bear in mind that the...75
By HardwareHeaven on March 30, 2012
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...80