What would you say if we told you that you can have Samsung Galaxy Nexus for free? No, it’s not a joke, it’s a real deal. A few days ago, Galaxy Nexus’ price tag at Verizon showed $99 and now BestBuy takes a step forward and cuts the price by 100% and offers the phone for $0 on a two-year contract. The phone at its new price, or rather without it, will be available only until August 25th. The deal is good for new and existing Verizon customers willing to upgrade their contract.
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon stands out for its impressive 4.65-inch Super AMOLED touch screen which provides crystal clear view of text messages, photos and video. Even the 0,65-inch space reserved for programmable shortcuts, the screen is big for a smartphone. The 1,280×720-pixel resolution guarantees bright and vivid with eye-popping colors. Five home screens can be customized with the Google Search bar, menu icons, and widgets. The virtual keyboard is easy to use but unfortunately does not support Swype.
Its 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 4G LTE speed for quick and easy connection, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), and Bluetooth compatibility for wireless communication with a Bluetooth-enabled device make using this phone truly pleasurable for both fun and business.
Galaxy Nexus features 32GB of internal storage, the battery of 1,850mAh and two cameras. The rare-facing one with a powerful flash can shoot pictures in resolution from VGA to 5-megapixels. There is also a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for self-portraits and video calls. The phone offers various editing options both in shooting mode and in photo gallery like digital zoom, face detection, location tagging, four white-balance choices, seven exposure settings, and four “scene” modes, cropping, red-eye reduction, face glow, straightening, rotating, flipping, and sharpening, and some more. The camera records videos in a resolution of up to 1080p HD.
Like any other smartphone, Galaxy Nexus is equipped with a selection of useful apps and tool, for example text and multimedia messaging, e-mail syncing (both Gmail and not), calendar syncing (both Google and not), a calculator, an alarm clock, and a news and weather widget. It also includes a number of the most popular Google apps – Google Talk, YouTube, Google Search (with voice), Google Latitude, Google Places, Google+, Google Maps with Navigation, and Google Messenger.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus was the first device to get officially updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Are you Jelly?