sam, 03 Oct 2016what are the three metalic points on the samsung nexus 2 meant for? It's meant for the dock station.
sid sam, 04 Sep 2016can i use 4G in this galaxy nexusI have the same mobile and when I got it verified at the Vodafone centre they said my mobile is not compatible to receive 4 G network.
I got it now for 5 years and i had no problem, but now the battery must be changed that's it. great phone
its a great phone i have it running cm 14 andoird 6.3 it runs great well after i cleened my necessary files other the they occasinal slowdown because of the custom rom the phone works perfectly for my day to day needs
I have been using this phone for 4 years. Firtsy 3 years it worked excellent ,but then it started to slow down in all functions and the battery went down. Now i m gonna replace it with sony xperia. I think if it worked 3 years without anh problem then it can be considered reliable phone cause newer phones hardly work so long time.
My uncle uses this from past 3 years.
All is well but now battery cannot keep up.
Looking for an original battery.
Else,performance is absolutely smooth.of course, we cannot compare it with current generation of devices, yet it performs great.
Since i had this fone i dont of buying new one just cant loving this fone try and have and you would experince gud lyf and gud fone
I have been using this phone for over 4 years now. Its a solid phone. Still has original battery. Call/voice quality has been flawless. Browser and camera outdated now but again, this phone was built for technology available in 2011. Newer phones are good but nothing compare to this solid phone. I still use GPS app and do multitasking as other new phones. That's why its still holding resale value.
Had this phone for 5 and a half years no problems ever dropped it a buch of times didnt even scratch only upgrading from this since the camera is getting abit outdated. loved it. realiable tech
Wolfe, 29 Apr 2016Absolutely the same. I have this phone for five years as well. The only thing I wish it had wa... moreTotaly agree. A memory card would be nice but its not meant to havve alot of stuff on it anyways, it's still a phone. Yeah why would you replace a good reliable working phone for a newer one that may break once you drop it once haha. im using the phone right now typing this and it isn't lagging what so ever. It is warm to the touch sowhat, any phone will heat up.
Its pointless getting rid of it, maybe it'll be worth alot in a few years from now.
I had this phone for almost 2 years i can say it was a damn good phone the only problem was the battery as for others it was very good i droped it many many times and screen diden't even got a scratch but last week it's Charging Port got damaged so i sold it for 50$ And bought a LG G3 :p
siter, 15 Apr 2016my battery gets down even am not using it can someone help me?check whats running in the background I find often I have processes caught in the background and that drains my battery, just need to keep an eye on it
Flukester, 09 Apr 2016One of the most reliable phones I ever had. I've had this phone for 5 years so far. Its temper... moreAbsolutely the same. I have this phone for five years as well. The only thing I wish it had was a memory card slot. Sure, 16G is a huge space and there is so much you could keep with such capacity but as of late I have been hoarding a lot of things and there's only around 3G left and even if I could clear up a little bit and delete what I no longer need it wouldn't be much help. I had had some trouble with the charging port and headphone jack but these are easy to repair and so far, even a few incidents where water has been splashed onto the phone didn't do any damage. It's grown on me, and I don't see any reason why I would have to replace a fully functional 'old' mobile with an indifferent 'new' one.