Mobilemaster, 21 Oct 2011You attacked me again. Ok then! You say that Motorola is the future?? We will see this in 4 mo... moreyes, Samsung is a great company!!! Does't matter that Google bought Moto, I will be a Samsung fan anyway.
Is not the phone too long at 35.5 mm lenght.
I find my TV remote control slightly shorter in length.
EdB, 22 Oct 2011If there's one thing the Nexus line always delivers on, no matter who makes it, is cheap looki... moreThe devil deal with the S2
seems broken now — even though Galaxy Nexus is still in wraps. The device to catch, grab and then steal my interest like the S2 did is Droid RAZR by Motorola, which packs in 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display at qHD resolution, 1.2
GHz processor, 4G LTE, 32GB storage space, 1GB
RAM and 1780 mAh battery, all in a body that’s
just 7.1mm thin. AWESOME!
It's. Not Nexus its Samsung that makes cheap plastic material the looks and feels horrible.
If there's one thing the Nexus line always delivers on, no matter who makes it, is cheap looking. The back of this thing looks both cheap & dated. I can appreciate a masculine-looking phone, but does it have to look so dated & cheap... every time.
Besides a bigger screen with better pixel density and Android OS 4.0, why should I choose this phone over the Galaxy II (better cameras, and the same specs)
......Samsung handsets are always ahead in specifications.
.........While Nokia phones are much ahead in qualities.
........Iphone handsets are the most stable among all.
Do you believe it !!!!!
is there any mini version of this one???
I think this big screen will break in my pocket
I have owned Nexus one since 12-2009 and love it. Have to say that I was waiting patiently for the new Nexus, however have been completely uninspired by the Nexus S and now the Nexus Prime. Samsung has done nothing to the hardware design of the prime that makes you want to own this phone. Still plastic material, same doll and old SGS2 (Galaxy S2) design. And talk about the battery at 1,750 !!! How disappointing.
Still having region specific phones?
This is 2011.
Who will be the first manufacturer to produce a phone that has all the 3G/LTE frequencies in one phone?
[deleted post]What's your problem man? If you hate Samsung just leave this forum please.
AnonD-1846, 21 Oct 2011Where are you exactly? on HTC, SE, Samsung or Moto or Google Phone like the Nexus Series. No l... moreMoto fan since 97? I hated those old motos, so did everyone else, its the reason why moto disappeared from the market, for a long time moto was more rare than chicken teeth, and still is in europe. Milestone was ok, but not great, could not compete with N900. Lets see what google can do but i kniow them, they need advertising billboards, not cellfones. Its gonna be more pushy than ever.