Galaxy Nexus Hands On & First Impressions [Video]

November 8, 2011
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    Simply put, the Galaxy Nexus is the most hotly anticipated Android device to ever come out, and for good reason. Featuring the latest and greatest version of Android, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich, massive improvements have been made to the user experience. As you will see in the video below, this is a device that offers incredible performance, with no lag, stutter or hesitation of any kind.

    As it is the first Android device to actually utilize Ice Cream Sandwich, it is also the first to integrate actual hardware acceleration, and boy, does that make a whole world of difference. Check out the video below, and sorry that it isn’t the correct profile – but we’re sure you get the idea.

    As you can see, this is a no compromise device. Featuring the world’s first 4.65 inch 1280×720 Super AMOLED panel, it boasts a 1.2Ghz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. The optics have been improved too, thanks to superior hardware internally, and better software too. It is coming soon everyone! We’ll be posting more videos and a much more thorough review in the next few days.

    And so, for you – what’s it going to be? Galaxy Nexus? HTC Rezound? Droid RAZR? Motorola DROID 4? So many Android phones!

    Comments

    • http://techniciablog.blogspot.com/2011/11/google-pages-for-business-is-rolled-out.html rahul

      Android vs iOS, Android won the battle

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YEOAH3SHAKV7OYIWDABN2TOZR4 preachJESUS!

      It will always be, GNEXUS.

    • Greg Wirtz

      Come out already!

    • Kio_idarlan

      What a shame, i had to take my wife,s ipad to see this page, on my sgs II simple do not work, I tried default browser, opera and firefox…wtf !!!

    • X82x

      I was looking at the chick’s tits beside him

    • Labwerxlabs

      Horrible demo, try rotating the video before posting. And get someone to do your video’s that speaks well and clear.

      As for the phone, yes it’s 4.65″ but the 3 dedicated buttons for ICS are always there, making that part of the screen unusable. So truly, the screen usable size is a bit less by what appears to be a quarter of an inch?

      • Anonymous

        Disapears when gaming, watching movies etc..

    • Mhmm.

      please learn better english.

    • Guest

      Randy, I hope you write better than you speak. Though I understand the Singlish perfectly, it’s really not up to standard for a global audience. And please, rotate the video before posting it up… this is the first time I’ve ever seen a review done as sloppily as this. It seriously undermines AndroidAuthority’s credibility as a review site.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KF5RV5WV25S46VXXIGVXYYZMYQ My 2 cents

      I guess you read from right to left as well as seeing in the vertical?

    • mark

      my neck hurts…

      • John2

        mine too

    • Anonymous

      Friggin sweet! Love the speedy camera! App killer, screen, widgets, all in all awesome. The question is, since my Verizon upgrade is not available til mid April, will it be worth getting a 5 month old phone then? I will be watching for what else is coming. I want a pure Android device if possible, and this sure fits the bill! I don’t like Samsung’s plastic feel to the phones, I like my metal OG Droid, but obviously that’s a bit outdated (Ok A LOT outdated), but the dedicated buttons aren’t so darn ugly like on other Samsungs.

    • Jrkhnt

      I’d like to believe what he said but he couldn’t even hold a camera strait

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