Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review!

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Franco Kernel:

Galaxy Nexus Unboxing:
Galaxy Nexus First Impressions:
Android 4.0 Features:
Galaxy Nexus Display:
Galaxy Nexus Camera:
Tour of my Nexus:
Galaxy Nexus Accessories:

My wallpaper:



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  1. this phone was a monumental piece of shit. horrible battery life, couldn't pull a signal in an open field, and lagged to no tomorrow.

    I got rid of mine after a month. thank God android has evolved past that.

  2. I still have this phone and it's still working absolutely fine. been through lots of Samsung devices and they seem to have a lot of problems. my recent gs6edge+ just gave me problems after problems after 3x sending in for warranty, I decided to go back to Nexus. using a Nexus 6p now and so far I'm delighted by it.

  3. This was my FIRST GOOD SMARTPHONE. I loved this phone so much. But man have phones improved. Great for nostalgia. Face unlock oooh the problems with face unlock, i miss it sometimes 😢😉

  4. I know this phone is old… I mean 2011 old… But I'm getting it soon for the first time, however I have used many other better phones but for some reason this phone interested me, it reminded me of my old iphone 4 as I used to rely on it so much. I'm getting it soon. Anyone think it's a good idea to get one in 2016?

  5. Given what he says here and what he says today,

    It's so obvious that people don't know what is comfortable for them and just say whatever the marketing companies is comfortable, is comfortable to them.

    Most people don't ACTUALLY want hulking fucking 5" displays. They say that because that's all the choice they have and they have this psychological need to find reasons to "need" the latest phones. It's pathetic honestly. 4.5" or so is the optimum size. People saying it's too small have a short term memory and just go with whatever Apple and Samsung's marketing departments tell them to, whether they know it or not.