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  1. Carolina A. says:
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     2.0 out of 5 stars very disappointed .. – Is not considered international version after all , 23rd April 2012

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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 U.S. 3G 850/1900 5MP / WIFI / GPS / Touch Screen Unlocked World Smartphone International Version (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I bought the phone because it was unlocked told, and it would work around the world, it turns out that the bandwidth that the phone can not support 3G network in Europe, at least in Germany, where I live. I bought it expects it really works here and can only detect GSM signal. So all functions work slower on the phone, and I can not really use it as I wanted. So if you do not want to buy an international phone, if it is for the States ! is I think it is ok

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  • Laser Guy says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars Review of the Samsung Galaxy Ace , 2nd May 2012
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    The Samsung Galaxy Ace is to use a real treat. it’s relatively small and lightweight makes it easy to carry. The display is very readable, even outside in the sun. answer is very good and voice quality on each end is very good. auto-rotate lags a little and sometimes you need a little nudge. Battery life is great. The camera is good with resolution and clarity more than acceptable. image colors can be a little like the automatic white balance sometimes has problems to be washed. I have with Ace in Germany and Austria and no effort had to connect overseas mobile services. Very seamlessly. far I have not be able to wirelessly connect to my home network, and download / upload files. I need to connect via USB and the gravel software that is really clunky. But I’m still learning. Overall I am very pleased with the Ace and would highly recommend it.
    Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 U.S. 3G 850/1900 5MP / WIFI / GPS / Touch Screen Unlocked World Smartphone International Version with U.S. Warranty

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  • geniusxyz says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 40 of 45 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible Battery , 9 January 2012
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    I have the Seller twice without reply by e-mail so far. The phone is excellent but the battery sucks, I mean literally, the battery does not exist. 20 minutes of call drains 80% of the battery. i have all the background processes, WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, brightness turned 0%. This literally I try to use it as a basic phone, but even then it cant me more than 30 minutes of talk time and 10-12 hours standby time. 2 emails to the seller and . no response so far, it is back again after 1-2 days more

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  • Nathaniel Allen says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars Not the forefront of new technology, but Android perfection (for now …) , 15 December 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    There are phones with bigger screens ( Galaxy Note ), faster CPUs and GPUs ( Rezound ), thinner profiles ( RAZR ), more memory and a longer battery life, But the Galaxy Nexus (Verizon LTE version) provides a considerable amount all together in a package, and allows me to complain about almost anything.

    OVERVIEW: This may turn into one of my longer reviews, so in a nutshell: BIG, but comfortable to hold, although asked to be used with both hands. The screen is awesome (bright and clear) and keyboard correctly. No problems with network coverage. Average volume. Smooth and fluid Android interface feels polished. Camera very well, but vid cam has a lot questions. “Typical” LTE battery life is very variable depending on usage, AT BEST a whole day on a single charge
    Android 4.0 operating system that is:.
    Outstanding: The OS feels integrated, fast and intuitive, especially. Face Unlock is not just a gimmick, it is generally reliable (although not in a bad light), and it is very fast in me always to the home screen. Swipe gestures similarly failed Web Palm OS are on the management and switch the last apps performed. The opportunity to expand widgets and personalize screens is not only fun, but really useful – for example, I have an ad for “home”, where I am more interested in the weather, Facebook & G+ updates and feeds from my bike forum, while my “work” has screen for quick access to specific websites and apps that I use regularly. Icon animation for screen transitions are subtle, but just enough to the front-end interface a sort of 3D effect. The selection of the “live” background is neat, but a few of the graphically intensive ones slow the phone down just a bit – and as great as they look, I still opt for corny (and static) photos of the kids. Hopefully, what a Nexus device, new OS updates come regularly and quickly by Google, without delay from Verizon – but be aware that this may be a bit of a beta device because it sees the first widespread use of everything
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    need to know, because the operating system is new, it will come first application incompatibilities. This is not a knock against the Galaxy Nexus – it’s something you should expect early adopters of a new platform. I expect that this take only a short while because new Android 4.0 devices in the pipeline for release in the coming months
    telephone & signal.
    For starters, I like 4.0 ‘s big “clean” dial pad. And it is easy to choose from one of my contacts, as culled from all sources (personal Gmail, company email via Exchange, G+). But I prefer to use voice dial, because I often when you call, and I would vote confirmation ala BlackBerry (Android 4.0 still requires that I look at the screen to confirm) prefer. External speakers sound quality is loud enough for most applications, but only slightly quiet & flat compared to other phones (not a problem on my Bluetooth visor mounted speaker or headset ), and my voice quality is obviously clear and loud on the receiving end. I live and work in a well-covered city, the signal strength is rarely a problem with any phone. However, I have a couple of “dark spots” in the remote areas where I work, and the GN has not yet dropped a call on me. LTE coverage has been equally fantastic with data rates, fantastic, * but * Verizon 4G antenna is literally the building I work in. It’s not enough to say, “faster than dialup” as fixed in some ways faster than my home cable. (More latency, however)
    (1/22/12 Note: There are numerous reports (confirmed by Verizon) of the signal problems either fringe coverage areas or in buildings I personally have no problems with this either with dropped calls (CDMA. I / 1X experienced) or deleted data connections (LTE/3G), but there is a short “no data” time out when the phone switches from LTE to 3G, or vice versa. BUT out of curiosity my 3G signal strength in Settings> About ( LTE must be turned off to 3G signal strength read, else 4G reception is indicated) and watched the Nexus consistently -10 to -15 dBm weaker than some other Verizon Android & Blackberry … Read more

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  • Timothy Swann says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 152 of 165 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars available Still the Best Phone for Verizon, but SIII is a close second , 17 December 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    Hardware & Form Factor:
    Many of the reviews of the GSM version claims that the phone is great in man-made felt and that some people had problems with one hand operations, but I do not see this to be the case. I have no problems with this phone in one hand. It fits comfortably in my hand, and the phone is incredibly easy. During the RAZR could also be light because it is a little wider, it has not as comfortable in the hand.
    While this phone does not have the same high-end processor in the HTC Rezound found, makes the 1.2-GHz dual-core processor with Android 4.0 combined this thing quickly (Update 1/17/12:. My research has informed me that the processor in the device can actually pull up You can 1.5GHz speeds greater than 1.2 GHz, but you need to unlock your bootloader and flash a custom kernel it is .. a few that overclock to 1.35 GHz, because that’s what has the highest speed which remains stable. Do this at your own risk.) I found no lag in anything. At times, starts the camera application takes a few seconds, but it’s not really that bad. Overall apps start is the fastest of all smartphones out there (and yes, that’s faster than the iPhone 4S). As I have already mentioned the camera, I’ll mention it now. it takes very good photos, but not quite the quality of the images that the iPhone 4 or 4S capable. While only a 5MP camera the fact that MP is not the whole story, because the light sensors are even more important. That being said, takes this very good photos and make this a very good point-and-shoot camera just does not so great.
    While some people do not like the plastic feel that Samsung chooses to use it feel very sturdy! If you need to take the back cover, it comes out fairly easily, but she snapped back into something annoying. But you will, how often do you really need to get out of the lid. Since the phone is very high quality plastic is manufactured, it is much more stable than the iPhone. Yes, the iPhone may have more of a premium feel to it consider , but a phone, make the glass on the front and back of the phone, you will be very different from dropping out of fear cracks not in the glass scared. And if you crack the glass on the iPhone, it is covered by insurance.
    I could to try the two estimates of the speaker on this phone. For phone calls, it’s great, no matter if you have it on speaker or not. However, if you watch a video or listen to music on it, the speaker is louder but the fact that the speaker is on the back of the phone, one factor why it might be playing louder .. Let’s get this but remember, this is a phone in this respect the speaker is great!
    Display
    The display is absolutely fantastic, it is clear, and the color saturation is amazing. I’ve never seen a display quite like it. It is on par with the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and the HTC Rezound. While the Rezound technically has the highest ppi, the 315ppi is amazing on the Nexus. You can conserve the battery a little brightness, and even on low the picture looks as good as can be expected, but I’ve decided to leave it on full brightness, because the screen is just that pretty. Currently I find myself switching to the auto-brightness, which I find very helpful. Since I always have my cell phones have used as my alarm clock, makes the auto-brightness, it’s easy to actually on the phone look like if the room is dark after I’ve just woken up. Since the screen is amazing, I am willing to leave it on full brightness most of the time, except when I go to me becasue I do not like, blinded if I have to sleep either temporarily or dismiss my alarm

    camera.
    I know I mentioned the camera a bit, but since most of the reviews this item separately, I will do the same do. Yeah, it’s only 5MP, but MP is not everything. As I have already mentioned, the light sensors are becoming increasingly important. It can be seen a little disappointing that Samsung does not inclue the 8MP shooter they use on their Galaxy SII brand becasue that phone takes some pretty good photos as well. After he plays a decent amount of time with the camera, I find that in a perfect lighting, this thing takes great pictures, but other than that, it fights for a high quality picture taking . This still does not change the fact that they make very good pictures, but it’s just not what you would expect in a flagship phone, especially images from the Galaxy SII makes better pictures. bummer A kind. However, you can get with the settings as needed, I can think of to play is still a very good picture, but not great.
    Google have really aware of have zero shutter lag, which comes from the software and camera. I the repeatedly tested and demonstrated a lot of people who do not really. I could shoot 10 photos in like 2-3 seconds. This is pretty fast!
    This thing can shoot well in 1080. Well, if You … Read more

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  • C. Six says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 69 of 78 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars business user … , 18th December 2011
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G Android Phone (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    background: I bought a Droid early adopters (of the original Moto Droid day it was started). I have the original Droid, the Droid X is one and the Droid X2. My wife moved from their BlackBerry Storm to the Droid Pro. My son has Incredible 2nd Daughter’s iPhone 4 and Samsung Fascinate.
    I’ve been waiting, a high-end Verizon bloat free (no Touchwiz, SenseUI or motoblur) to start, since I owned the original Droid hoping that it would be a mere device to improve interface performance. This phone has not disappointed. is fast. During the first start of the phone installed most of the applications that were on my X2 again. Once I with corporate email (Touchdown app), personal email (Gmail), music library (iSyncr wireless) and logged / setup test all applications that usually ran in the background on my X2 (weather, Pulse, Twitter, Facebook, etc.), I have the answer from the UI. No delay, no hesitation, great video response quickly. around the experience Use it for a few days at this point not even I have noticed a delayed reaction to a blow or tap water -.. this is a big win for Android Typically Android devices have some minor ‘lag’ due to the fact that the operating system so much more functional than competing operating systems (except maybe Win Phone 7).
    is I own a Xoom tablet so that the learning curve to Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) was minimal. If you did not use Honeycomb, there is a learning curve well popups teach new tricks managed. If you have an earlier version of Android, you have learned will accelerate to in 24 hours on this unit. With that said, this OS far more powerful than previous versions. Every day since I it did I learn new features that my ability to improve interaction with the device I love the group folder can be placed on the desktop while having 7 ‘panels’ of icons is nice -.. the Group Folder feature lets you create an additional tap from start something from your home screen – very nice
    battery life -. This is my first 4G phone I am a power user work (email & web), but not stream a lot of video or play. a lot of games. I get during the day and in the evening, without question. My main concern was that we get through a 12-13 hour day, without charge or replace the batteries. On most days I can the work day to get without problem. I usually come home after a long day left with about 20%. Notice that I do not take significant steps to manage the battery life. I’ll probably get a longer battery life when on Bearings are
    Pros: – <. br /> * Pure software
    no bloatware
    * upgrade speed and user interface with ICS * Groups on desktops – very handy feature (simply drag an icon on the other to create a group)
    * Incredible screen -. this is a HD screen HD offers an additional set of icons of their side due to the higher resolution
    * Feels good in the hand I like. the form factor. my opinion, it might feel a bit heavier substantial in the hand. I’ll probably get a longer battery life, which for me, two birds with one stone (more life, more substantial feel in the hand)
    Cons kill.
    * Lack of accessories for the launch – it is likely that it uses a new device, but I’m seeing great accessory support for Motorola at the start it looks like the car charger does not have built in charger, but only a “hole”, use a charger No desktop charger at start -.., if there is one, it is not on Verizon, Amazon, Samsung Sites
    * The volume level seems strange notification volume w / the phone volume link. I love profiles for volume control and then with locale. At night I want the phone to be able to ring, but I do not receive notification for each email / text. The only way I find To disable e-mail notifications in the email app, which have to do annoying every night in comparison to the simple exchange profiles.
    * Limited to 32 GB of memory. I knew going into the purchase so no star deduction – Note to Google on future devices, if you do not plan to include an SD card then give you an option of 64 GB or more internal memory on the device to buy

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  • Clyde says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars been the most reliable Android phone I have , 20 October 2011
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    This review is from: HTC Droid Incredible Android Phone Black (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    In a small office, we have the Droid X, HTC Thunderbolt and Rhyme (which has a terrible battery) used, but surprisingly, the incredible, the most reliable performer!
    The phone is fast, the screen has been sharp since we did not have it, the battery has been great too! I’m kinda surprised that the manufacturer does not remain liable with these internal components.

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  • B. Janusch says:
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     4.0 out of 5 stars A robust 3G smartphone is still running strong after 21 months , third March 2012
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    review is from: HTC Droid Incredible Android Phone Black (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I pre-ordered this phone and got it The day it came in April 2010. since the first day it was a reliable phone, the signal is strong here in Phoenix. 21 months later I upgraded to a new dual-core, 4G phone only because I free upgrade ads. I was more than willing to work with my Incredible even longer. The phone was not perfect and there were 2 significant markdowns on it. Whereby the first screen brightness. It was not very useful outside. This was in all of the first generation AMOLED screens usual. Secondly 3.7 “screen size is the bare minimum for a usable phone. The phone I connected 4.3 “and there is a noticible difference. This means that the phone never gave me trouble. It could play all the early generation was great on both WiFi and 3G, and came up with a stable of HTC Sense skin I loved. On the extended battery I got an easy 18 hours of battery life, which was more than enough.
    For someone looking for a way to make a cheap entry into Android smartphones, one of them lifted used would be a great idea

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  • strbildr says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars works great! , first May 2012
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    HTC Droid Incredible is a nice upgrade from the HTC Eris i for two years too, i buy the new phones from the contract if they want to be a little dated, they still work great, but I do not pay full price or locked in. so far, the incredible was very reliable and easy to use, battery is fine, I use the Advanced App Killer all the time. so far so good, I think one thing people fail to remember is that these phones with small batteries that some issues to do things from a laptop throughout the day, the 100x has a battery the size, are. realistic expectations are necessary and you will be satisfied with your smartphone.

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