There are different smart phones that have been developed by different companies and manufacturers. All these smart phones have been designed and developed after making complete analysis of the needs and demands of the customers and the technological trends that are currently prevailing in the market. Companies are spending heavy amounts on the research and developments of these devices. This has promoted the positive competition among the companies and it has also provided different opportunities to the customers as now they more options to select the best device for them.
The Samsung has introduced many devices in the market and it has been playing its effective role in this positive competition. This company has introduced a new smart phone under the name of “Samsung Galaxy Nexus”. This Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the first smart phone that is coming in the market with certain improvements in the software as well as in it’s the first one to carry the latest and advanced version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. In addition to this, this smart phone has been blessed with certain advanced and latest features. In this article we will take a complete look on the features and specifications of this smart phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is expected to be launched by Verizon Wireless at the price tag of $ 300 (on contract). The specification list of this smart phone is quite attractive. The first element on the list of specification is its physical measurement. The actual measurement of this smart phone is 5.3 x 2.7 x 0.4 inches with total weight of 160 gram only. This made it portable and its does not create burden on the pockets of the users. Moving towards further on the list of specifications, we find 5 mega pixels camera on the back side of the smart phone. This camera has the built in features of LED flash, auto focus and image stabilization. There is also 1.0 mega pixels front facing camera that has been designed for video calls.
The Galaxy Nexus connects to Verizon’s 3G CDMA EVDO Rev A and 4G LTE networks, as well as to Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. I got excellent speeds on the 4G LTE network, consistently better than the Droid RAZR: Downloads ranged from 5.2Mbps up to a stunning 20.7Mbps, and uploads ranged from 4Mbps to 9.5Mbps.