Hands-on first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Hands-on first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Summary: Every year Google works with a manufacturer to release an Android device running the latest version of the OS. This year we have the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung that is available now with GSM bands while the CDMA one will be coming soon to Verizon.

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Topics: Mobility, Android, Google, Hardware, Samsung

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  • RE: Hands-on first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    That "clock" is sad. Geez, if they are going to put a clock on the phone at least make it look like a clock.

    And the phone dialer is absurd. Why do so many product designers work so hard to make an everyday product look like something it isn't? I'm a long time Googler but truly wish they would stop it with the useless UI designs they keeping presenting us with. Too darn minimalist. There is enough real estate on that screen to create a fantastic dialer UI, something that looks like a real phone dialer.
    walnut186