The Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon Wireless boasts a mammoth 4.7-inch display, blazing 4G LTE speeds, and slick Ice Cream Sandwich software, but we wish it had more endurance.
(4 out of 5)
It should come as no surprise that Google’s latest flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, has the best of everything: a huge 4.65-inch 720p screen, one of the fastest cameras around, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the most complete version of the company’s mobile OS to date. And now it’s riding on Verizon Wireless’ scorching 4G LTE network. With elegant sweeping curves, it’s one stylish-looking phone, too. But does that mean you should drop $299 to pick one up? Read on to find out.
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- Blazing 4G LTE speeds
- Bright 720p display
- Fast camera
- Great multitasking
- Poor battery life
- Does not support Google Wallet
- Flimsy back cover