In this review, I will talk about the Samsung Nexus S 4G, a smartphone running on the Android Operating System.
The Samsung Nexus S 4G is the same Nexus S phone from Google and Samsung with 4G capabilities.
It has a very compact and slim design and offers a brilliant looking display. Other notable features are GPS, Wi-Fi, hot spot capabilities, WiMax Support and built in accelerometer.
The Nexus S 4G ships with the latest version of Android, which has many new performance improvements. Its drawbacks include the lack of a memory card and absolutely no LED notifications. To find out more, read our review.
To start my review, I will talk about the design and features of the phone.
The Samsung Nexus S 4G features a very decent looking body, but with it comes its major flaw, the phone feels extremely fragile. There are tons of new improvements on this new model of the Nexus S, notably, it features 4G support.
The download speeds of the phone are blazing fasts but it still feels other 4G phones are a bit faster than this. The phone also ships with Android Gingerbread 2.3 version, which has new UI improvements plus the phone comes with the stock Android UI.
Moving further down the review, the Nexus 4G is really hard to distinguish from the Nexus S, these phones are identical in almost all ways, except for the 4G connectivity part.
The list of high end features that shipped with the original Nexus S are present in here as well. You will get instant hold of a new technology called NFC chip, which allows you to use your phone as a credit card.
A reader of NFC chip is required in your desired store to use this feature. The downside of the phone is its Unibody, which makes it impossible for you to install a memory card to increase your storage.
To finish off my review, I would say that the Nexus 4G is a good phone, but if you already own the Nexus S, you absolutely don’t need to upgrade to this, unless and until you want 4G connectivity.