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Galaxy Nexus: Google's little Android revolution in photos

The Galaxy Nexus, in photos

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus breaks new ground as the first smartphone to run Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich." Get a look at the device from every angle and see comparison shots with the Droid Razr and iPhone 4S. Plus, get a quick peek at the software and see a photo from the camera.

Also read: Why I love the Galaxy Nexus but can't recommend it

Photo credit: Jason Hiner | TechRepublic

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Jason Hiner is Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He writes about the people, products, and ideas changing how we live and work in the 21st century. He's co-author of the upcoming book, Follow the Geeks (bit.ly/ftgeeks).

7 comments
ilundotato
ilundotato

love the phone but have had problems with the OS 4.0 ICS couldn't sync with google no contacts etc. My charge works just fine sync's everything I believe they put that OS out into the field without an aggressive debugging campaign first maybe they want the feedback to assist in the debugging unfortunately I havn't the time gave the phone but will stick with my charge for a few more months till the OS is debugged adequately. For now phone thumbs up... OS thumbs down

skydaffodil
skydaffodil

Galaxy Nexus great Merge the best features you love from Honeycomb and Gingerbread OS and you get Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. More customization ways to get to new features like 3D maps and commands an entirely new look and feel to Android. Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications.If you need Android Application Development, you can contact with Daffodil Software LTd. Google app engine developers | Hire GWT Programmers

hopper65
hopper65

Very nice. I think I'll need to get one ASAP.

doceuan
doceuan

Please could I know what rather fine looking meter is shown in this write-up? Many thanks ES

AssemblerRookie
AssemblerRookie

Jason, Your photo's I find exstremely disturbing. As a custom furniture designer and manufacturer (spare time), I find that table top a disgrace. You really need to lift your game. A Sunday afternoon, a few bucks for sandpaper and clear estopole (perhaps a hint for Mrs Hiner for your Xmas pressie), a [s]few[/s] lot of brewskee's and the table could do another ten years. Really, dude!

hopper65
hopper65

The article is about the phone, not the damn table the phone is sitting on. Who cares? It cold be sitting on a dog turd and it wouldn't matter. You're on the wrong site to be criticizing the damn table! Seriously?