Phone Review: Samsung Nexus S

10 responses to “Phone Review: Samsung Nexus S”

  1. Nick says:

    Would you go for the Nexus S or the G2?

    • TheUnlockr says:

      Hardware-wise, Nexus S beats the G2 in my opinion. UNLESS you need a physical keyboard, then your choice is the G2 (some people can’t use touchscreen keyboards and I understand).
      You gain the more vibrant (Super AMOLED) and larger (4″) screen over the G2, a video calling camera, an easily rootable phone, plus a faster processor and guaranteed updates from Google directly.

  2. Osh13 says:

    On a pure marketing strategy, there wasn’t any reason to not include the AT&T 3g on an unlocked phone. Hopefully, Google will release an AT&T version or there is already 850 3g on the phone like the Vibrant.

  3. Fureisenjin says:

    Very nice review.
    1 Question though, what about the battery life.
    Thanks

    • TheUnlockr says:

      I try to stay away from battery life in reviews to be honest. Mainly because it’s very dependent on usage and what type of person you are (are you constantly looking at your phone, do you only use it 3 times a day, etc).
      As someone who is constantly staring at their screen, I find most phones don’t last me from when I wake up till when I go to sleep (I charge them while I sleep). I always have to plug them in around 9Pm if I want them to last till 2am. This phone is no different.

    • TheUnlockr says:

      I try to stay away from battery life in reviews to be honest. Mainly because it’s very dependent on usage and what type of person you are (are you constantly looking at your phone, do you only use it 3 times a day, etc).
      As someone who is constantly staring at their screen, I find most phones don’t last me from when I wake up till when I go to sleep (I charge them while I sleep). I always have to plug them in around 9Pm if I want them to last till 2am. This phone is no different.

    • TheUnlockr says:

      I try to stay away from battery life in reviews to be honest. Mainly because it’s very dependent on usage and what type of person you are (are you constantly looking at your phone, do you only use it 3 times a day, etc).
      As someone who is constantly staring at their screen, I find most phones don’t last me from when I wake up till when I go to sleep (I charge them while I sleep). I always have to plug them in around 9Pm if I want them to last till 2am. This phone is no different.

    • TheUnlockr says:

      I try to stay away from battery life in reviews to be honest. Mainly because it’s very dependent on usage and what type of person you are (are you constantly looking at your phone, do you only use it 3 times a day, etc).
      As someone who is constantly staring at their screen, I find most phones don’t last me from when I wake up till when I go to sleep (I charge them while I sleep). I always have to plug them in around 9Pm if I want them to last till 2am. This phone is no different.

  4. Fureisenjin says:

    Very nice review.
    1 Question though, what about the battery life.
    Thanks

  5. Fureisenjin says:

    Very nice review.
    1 Question though, what about the battery life.
    Thanks

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