Samsung Nexus S 4G Sprint
features android gingerbread 2.3.3
, and it has priority update for the future Android. And the Samsung Nexus S 4G
is satisfying in design, performance, stock Android UI, and call quality. But everything has two sides, here we offer you Samsung Nexus S 4G Review - Advantages and Disadvantages
to help you know more about Samsung Nexus S 4G.
Advantages of Samsung Nexus S 4G
1. Crazy Fast on Wifi
The web browsing with wifi is fantastic fast, it has no slow down. The scrolling and zooming has also no lag. After all, the Samsung Nexus S 4G has satisfying speed. Even when you move a wallpaper across the homescreen, you will see no lag.
2. High Configuration
The Samsung Nexus S 4G features gingerbread 2.3.3, and have a good 5 MP camera, and there is a front camera for video calls. The a brilliant display, WiMax support make Samsung Nexus S 4G even better. The admirable call quality is popular praised.
The Samsung Nexus S 4G is not that bulky as other 4G smartphones. It only weights 131g. You would never feel tired holding it for games.
Disadvantages of Samsung Nexus S 4G
1. NO GSM Support
The Samsung Nexus S 4G will not support GSM sim card. You can only use CDMA card. If you want to use GSM in Samsung Nexus S 4G, there is no GSM card slot for you.
2. Spotty 4G Connection
The Samsung Nexus S 4G features 4G speed, it is great. but the 4G connection is fragile sometimes. That's to say, the 4G Connection is Spotty.
3. Video Stutter
The video taken by Samsung Nexus S 4G is great. But there is a problem, there may be Stutter play when you take a video longer than 2 minutes. This is because low definition video has really poor quality. But as a smartphone, it is enough.
OK! It's your decision to buy a Samsung Nexus S 4G or not after know the detail Advantages and Disadvantages.
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