I have been an Android lover ever since the first Motorola Droid came out. I've owned many different Android phones and I have had a love/hate relationship with some of them.
I have owned the Motorola Droid, HTC Evo, EVO 3D, Motorola Photon, Samsung Galaxy SII Epic 4G Touch and now the Galaxy Nexus.
I have to say that I am both impressed and disappointed in this phone. Samsung has historically had terrible signal strength but I thought switching from Sprint to Verizon would be of benefit. I have noticed that the signal strength is no better than the Epic 4G Touch that I had. The internet speeds of course are much faster because I am now with Verizon but that's IF I can get a great signal.
The GPS seems to lock in faster than the Epic 4G Touch that I had. That phone was HORRIBLE when it came to locking in on a GPS signal.
I do love ICS, although it's taking some getting used to. It seems smoother but it does make some of the apps really buggy. I am required to use the "Good for Enterprise" app for my work email and it just doesn't work with ICS yet. I can't even get it to load on my phone properly. Hopefully "Good" will come out with an updated app for the phone so it will work properly.
That is what I have found so far after having the phone for about a week.
02-12-2012 10:04 AM
Welcome to GNF. Part of the fun of being an early adopter. It will take the app devs a bit too catch up to ICS, since this is the first phone with it. That and Google changed the interfaces to it so much
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Welcome to the forum! It is always good to see member perspectives - good or bad, cause nothing is perfect.
Welcome to GNF! Good to have you aboard.
Tap'd on my GNex
this doesnt happen in INDIA, m too using a nexus and m happy with the ICS update and overall functioning of the cell phone, waiting for galaxy S3