The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was released three years ago now. In the technology world, it might as well be a dinosaur. However, the device still has life left in it, along with a large development community working to keep the device alive. With TI leaving the processor game, and Google discontinuing support for the ... Read More »
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Now that the Nexus 4 with Android 4.2 is available on Google Play, Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 owners are starting to see the latest version of Android trickle out. At the moment, only a handful of users have reported getting the OTA update on their devices, but you can always take matters into your own ... Read More »
If the latest and greatest doesn’t matter to you, and you’re looking for a cheap handset to pick up off-contract with Verizon, perhaps a $230 Galaxy Nexus is just what you’re looking for.
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We are expecting a new Nexus device to drop any week now, which means the current Galaxy Nexus should be seeing a price drop soon. Today Daily Steals has the unlocked GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus (i9250) on sale for only $319.99. These deals sites are notorious for slow shipping, but that sale price ... Read More »
Earlier this year I started writing buyers’ guides for every carrier, and I intended to update them each month. Then I got fed up with the locked phones and service contracts that carriers offered, so I ported my number to Google Voice, paid Verizon my $300 ETF, signed up for a pre-paid plan, and ... Read More »
We were pretty harsh on Verizon when it took them nearly six months to push an update to the Galaxy Nexus, so today we want to praise them for pushing out Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Nexus earlier than we expected. They were still the last ones to update their Galaxy ... Read More »
Are benchmarks useful for anything more than bragging rights? It’s a question we could debate for hours, but Qualcomm just released their new Vellamo 2.0 benchmark suite and we decided to take it for a spin with a handful of Android devices to see if we could form any drive-by conclusions. Read on to see ... Read More »
Android and iOS have become the indisputable leaders in the mobile computing revolution that has taken place over the last five years. As such, whenever a high-end flagship Android is announced, or a new iPhone revealed, it’s inevitable that we pit them against each other.
So just how does the new iPhone stack up against ... Read More »
It may be a bit late to the party, but the Android 4.1 updates for the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus on Sprint are finally available. The Android 4.1 update includes Google Now, Project Butter, offline voice dictation, improved camera and Enhanced Notifications. Be sure to check out our Andoid 4.1 overview for more ... Read More »
When Google released Android 4.1 for the GSM Galaxy Nexus we knew it would be awhile before the update finally reached the CDMA versions of the device on Sprint and Verizon. Thanks to a leaked update file we can now confirm Verizon is testing the update for their Galaxy Nexus.
Even though Verizon is testing ... Read More »