Samsung Galaxy Nexus - Pros and Cons

No bloatware

No shutter lag

No sd card slot

4G

4.65 inches display

Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen

720 x 1280 pixels

316 ppi

Oleophobic coating protection

Touch-sensitive controls

Android OS v. 4 – the Ice Cream Sandwich

Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU

PowerVR SGX540 GPU processor

RAM of 1 GB

16 GB/32 GB internal memory

5 Megapixel cam

Autofocus

LED flash

Touch-focus

Geo-tagging

Face-detection

A cam resolution of 2592×1936 pixels

Records 1808p videos at 30 fps

A 1.3 Megapixel secondary camera

No external storage


Quad band GSM, HSDPA, LTE700, WI-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and microUSB v2.0

An unlocked GSM and a Verizon LTE on contract for $300 for US is available

Typing is easier even in the portrait mode

Curved Glass

Plasticky

A flimsy back cover

Unlock model priced at $750 is thin and more light than the verizon one

Cant integrate Facebook into the built in social app, People

5MP cam

1080p HD video recording

Not too small, not so big

HD video playback is not as good as iphones Retina display

Verizon version is furnished with 32gb internal memo. 16gb item is not available with them

1gb of RAM

Be prepared to expect the unexpected, the battery drainage of the verizon version is fast like a telegram from hell

Best 4G network

Speaker volume sucks.

The speaker is mounted in the back and is totally muffled when lied on a flat surfaceback, on the ground

LED notification indicator

USB storage mode not available for Mac users. Need a special file transfer app

ANDROID app eco system still doesnt shelter some premium apps

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