Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250 Hands-on Pictures

Just yesterday, we bought a brand new GSM version of Galaxy Nexus which is currently the best Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung in co-operation with Google. The Galaxy Nexus (dubbed as Nexus Prime) offers a “pure Android” experience and is the first phone to feature the latest platform Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. This amazing feature packed phone is a successor to Google’s previous flagship phones, the Nexus One and Nexus S. It combines the most advanced software from Google and cutting edge hardware from Samsung. So, let’s have a look at the hands-on photos below!

Galaxy Nexus

Galaxy NEXUS (GT-I9250) Unboxing Photos –

The Galaxy Nexus is huge! The box measuring 8-inch long itself could scare you out for a moment. FYI, the phone runs on Android 4.0.1 and is powered by a 1.2 GHz Dual Core Processor, boasts a large 4.65” 1280×720 HD Super AMOLED Contour display (curved glass) which looks stunning, 1GB RAM, NFC, Face Unlock, and a lot more.

Galaxy Nexus-box

Galaxy Nexus_front view

Accessories include: a micro USB cable, 1750mAH battery, Samsung branded In-Ear stereo headphones with 3.5mm jack and Samsung USB wall charger.

Galaxy Nexus_accessories

USB travel/wall charger    1750mAH battery

Samsung branded headphones

This is a 16GB variant of Galaxy Nexus, the device doesn’t offers expandable storage.

Galaxy Nexus_internal-view

The Galaxy Nexus is amazingly thin and lightweight considering it’s a really big device. Surprisingly, there aren’t any capacitive or physical buttons present to control the device but 3 virtual buttons integrated within its user interface. That’s innovative!

Dimensions – 135.5 mm (5.33 in) Height, 67.94 mm (2.675 in) Width and 8.94 mm (0.352 in) Depth. It weighs 135 g (4.8 oz). (Size may vary for the LTE version)

Color – Titanium Silver

On right hand side, there is a power/standby key and 3 gold dock pins. The left side sports a volume rocker, the top portion is empty and at the bottom side there is a micro USB port, microphone and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Galaxy Nexus right side view

Galaxy Nexus left side view

Galaxy Nexus bottom view

GALAXY Nexus features a redesigned camera – 5.0 MP rear facing camera with LED Flash and 1.3 MP front facing camera, which introduces zero-shutter lag, 1080p HD video recording, Single-Motion Panoramic mode, and effects like silly faces and background replacement. The semi-glossy textured back cover provides a good grip to hold on.

Galaxy Nexus-textured-back-panel

Galaxy Nexus_5MP-camera-with-LED-flash

Galaxy Nexus_speaker

3 color Notification LED – Not sure in what circumstances it glows up, Cool though.

3 color Notification LED

Galaxy Nexus vs LG Optimus One – Thickness comparison

depth comparison

Galaxy Nexus vs Optimus One (P500) – Size comparison

Galaxy Nexus vs LG Optimus One

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Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter where he is extremely active.

7 Responses

  1. ToGor says:

    A very nicely presented.
    Camera hmmm … 5.0 MP/1.3 MP.
    Just a little bit …
    Regards 🙂

  2. Kunal says:

    Hi where did you purchase it from?

  3. Kunal says:

    I heard the box which comes from ebay is not sealed packed?Is it true? And whats the price?

    • Mayur says:

      If it’s new, then it’ll always be sealed packed and 100% genuine. It’s buyers responsibility to check sellers rating & feedback, plus insist in buying from a power seller. Listed price is Rs. 33,500.

  4. Looks classic 🙂 just loved i am trying this ICS on my SGS i9000 and i am loving it so i can understand what is your state of mind.

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