- Size (LWH): 4.72 inches, 4.72 inches, 0.35 inches
- Weight: 4.8 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 1060 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 290 hours
Samsung I9250 Galaxy Nexus 16GB (Unlocked)
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- Slim and curved Contour Display sits perfectly in your hand
- 2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100, 4G Network: LTE 700 (region specific),Phone 3G Frequency: 850/ 900/ 1700/ 1900/ 2100 Mhz
- Powerfull 1.2 GHz dual core processor for speedy data transfer
- Huge 16GB storage space,Stunning 4.6 inch SUPER AMOLED Display
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Top Customer Reviews
I own 2 of these phones. One of them is still working, about a year after I bought it. The other one stopped working 6 months after purchase. I consider a working product to be a requirement for a 2+ star rating.
The battery life seems ridiculously short, although these are my first smart phones, so maybe this is typical.
I remember my old Sprint LG and Samsung flip phones going days without a recharge, whereas the Galaxy dies in 8 hrs without a charge. Turning off wireless probably extends the battery life somewhat, but actually talking on the phone (which is what people used to do on phones in the 80's), drains the battery much faster.
My main complaint is that one of the phones broke. It was never dropped or violated in any way. It had a nice purple cover and the original Google screen protector. It stopped turning on after 6 months. The first thing I tried was plugging in the battery from my working phone, but no luck. Then I tried all the internet tricks: doing a hard reset, plugging the charger into various orifices, shorting the battery, calling Samsung's customer "support" line, talking to the phone in a stern voice, but nothing... just a battery icon and then a blank screen. Smart phones? More like dumb phones.
The phone is fast, responds very well to touch (indeed the best I've experienced on an Android device). The loud speakers are poor and sometimes I fell the ear speaker could be louder.
The mic does not have noise reduction, I used to have a Motorola Droid and I could speak at the subway that the person on the otherside would hear me as if I was locked in my room.
The phone is very light and although is big, it is not uncomfortable holding or putting into you pocket. Probably because its quite slima as well.
The screen is big, bright, beautiful and somehow avoids a lot of finger print. The phone might get a bit warm if you abuse 3G (really abuse!Im not talking about syncing your services or using social networks).
Both cameras do a great job and are very very fast without losing quality or resolution (again, the fastest phone camera I've ever seem).
Baterry holds with no problems a whole day of pure abuse, this means I wake up and start hearing local music using my bluetooth headset, when I get to work I turn on wifi and keep on using my bluetooth headset, but now listening online music. Im usually playing around on g+, feeds and browser. So you can count that as well. If I do not abuse as I do usually it can hold on for 2 or 3 days with sync on.
Last but sure not least, Androi 4 (or ICS), this just made ALL the difference. It is beautiful, smart, stable and has a good usability. I wont get in details on that, check out android site or youTube to see what is new.
Bottom line, great device I strongly recommend!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unfortunately the battery life is bad. It won't last a day without recharging. Not even with light use.Read more