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The new phone from Samsung also comes with 1 GB of RAM and a dual-core, 1.2-GHz processor–both of which are more than enough for smooth and silky performance and multitasking. Plus, with 4G LTE on the Verizon network, connecting to the Internet ought to be faster than a 3G connection.

First Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Phone

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich brings a lot of new experiences and improvements from previous Android versions. For instance, the GALAXY Nexus has Near Field Communication (NFC) support onboard, and the new Android Beam takes advantage of the NFC hardware to enable users to share files and data with other NFC-capable smartphones by simply tapping both phones against each other.

Ice Cream Sandwich also makes contacts management more pleasurable and easier for users. Google has improved the People app in many ways. For example, when viewing a contact’s detail page, you can easily see not just the information about the contact but also the contact’s status updates from various social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and the like. You’ll be able to experience the new People app first on the Samsung GALAXY Nexus.

The GALAXY Nexus sports a 5-megapixel camera. Whereas most other recently launched Android phones carry 8-megapixel cameras as the minimum, the Samsung phone carries only a 5-megapixel camera. Yet, disappointment about the “lower” camera resolution was easily quelled when Google and Samsung explained–and demonstrated–that the Camera app in Ice Cream Sandwich has zero shutter lag. In plain words, there ought to be no delay between the time you press the shutter and the time the image is actually captured.

The secondary camera on the front of the Samsung phone is rated at 1.3 megapixels. Again, this one caused some hubris a while back, until someone pointed out–and proved–that the front-facing camera on the GALAXY Nexus is capable of capturing video at 720p HD resolution.

The new phone from Samsung also has the usual list of sensors commonly found in most other Android phones, plus a unique sensor–a barometer. Much as we’d like to think that the barometer on the GALAXY Nexus is used to help us predict the weather, it turns out that it serves a more practical purpose.

Your wait is finally over. The GALAXY Nexus is here. Get it from either Verizon Wireless or Amazon Wireless, and have yourself a merry holidays.

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