Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Pure Google, pure delight



In the world of Android, we see a lot of new phones - and inevitably, some of them are destined to be forgotten. Samsung's new Galaxy Nexus is not one of those devices.

The Galaxy Nexus, available now in the UK and coming soon to Verizon Wireless, is an exceptional phone, arguably the finest Android handset to date. It's the first device to run Google's just-released Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich, and will serve as the flagship phone for the platform. The Nexus name means Google had a close hand in developing the device, and that level of involvement certainly shows.

I've spent several days using the global HSPA+ version of the Galaxy Nexus, which is compatible with both AT&T and T-Mobile. Neither carrier has announced plans to sell the phone so far, but you could theoretically buy it unlocked and use it on either network, provided you're willing to pay the unsubsidized off-contract price.

Verizon, which will sell the Nexus, will sell a slightly different model made to run on its LTE 4G networks; that version was not available for review at the time of this publication. Thus far, no U.S. pricing specifics - on contract or off - have been announced. There is also no official release date yet.

Source: www.computerworld.com

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