Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)

7.0
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Reviewed by TheMilkWars (Currently owns)

When you put all that together, you begin to paint a picture. It's an unfinished picture, and were not sure what it is yet, but we can tell just by looking that it's using all the right paints, colors, and techniques. You can't help but feel that Google and Samsung are outdoing themselves, time and time again. And now they're really competing with the level of polish that Apple has with their products. Android still has its’ kinks but that can’t be blamed on the phone itself. All in all, the Galaxy Nexus is a great phone. If its worth $300 plus a two year contract remains to be seen. All I know is that with all it's faults, it's advantages balance them out. And for me, that's more than most of what the other guys can say. The Galaxy Nexus is my new phone, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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  • Design 8
  • Display 7
  • Camera(s) 4
  • Reception / call quality 6
  • Performance 7
  • Software 8
  • Battery life 5
  • Ecosystem 7
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