The operating system known as Android is the brainchild of Google, which is farily flexible about how others implement Android on their phones. Just to remind everyone how Android is supposed to look and work, Google reguarly comes out with a phone that has a pure Android operating system — these phones are always have “Nexus” in the name, and the latest is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Not only does the Samsung Galaxy Nexus have a pristine version of the Android operating system, it is the first device to be released with Google’s new Android 4 OS, also known as “Ice Cream Sandwich.” Of course, the Galaxy Nexus is stuffed with the latest phone tech toys, such as 4G, 1080p video recording, a 4.65-inch 720p display and 32GB of onboard storage. In this video, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs unboxes the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to show what comes in the package, and discusses some of the phone’s features. Click on the video window to get all the details.
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