Nexus One to Nexus Two, Just Upgraded!

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    Nexus One - Nexus Two - Galaxy Nexus! Just Upgraded!

    I was out for a picnic with friends and family over the long weekend, and came across a friend with a Nexus S. I played around with it, and liked it over my Nexus One.

    Looked around a bit and found a great deal on one brand new in box sealed! Couldn't resist!

    So far, I am happy with my purchase







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    What did you like better? I considering making the switch myself (the Nexus S, or maybe the Galaxy 2), but I'd like to know what made you switch...

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    Does the S also come in a carry pouch?

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    no carry pouch for the s. the galaxy two is a better phone by a lot
    If I had to name my greatest strength, I guess it would be my humility. Greatest weakness, it's possible that I'm a little too awesome.

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    It's basically the same, with newer hardware i.e. front facing camera etc. and feels faster aswell.

    I do like the feel of the phone itself, very smooth, but I fear I would drop it because of that.

    I will report back after a week or two of constant usage to compare better.


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    All I did was pick up the phones and my mind was made,my n1 is a tank while nS is a smartcar,nice to look at but wont last when disaster strikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40ftcobb View Post
    All I did was pick up the phones and my mind was made,my n1 is a tank while nS is a smartcar,nice to look at but wont last when disaster strikes
    I agree 100%.

    First day impressions are good. Battery life seems to be the same as my N1. Screen being bigger has my thumb reaching a little harder for the back button, but nothing too uncomfortable.

    Love the camera(s)!


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    Just upgraded from the Nexus S to the new Galaxy Nexus!





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    Congrats man
    tell us wat u think about it?
    First impressions; fill us in with all the ICS treats =)

    how does it compare to older nexus devices?
    worth it or not?

    I'm still usin my N1; never been happier with a phone… but thinkin of either gettin transformer prime or Galaxy Nexus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacrack View Post
    Congrats man
    tell us wat u think about it?
    First impressions; fill us in with all the ICS treats =)

    how does it compare to older nexus devices?
    worth it or not?

    I'm still usin my N1; never been happier with a phone… but thinkin of either gettin transformer prime or Galaxy Nexus.
    If you want to get the Galaxy Nexus without a contract Newegg is selling them now. For a low low price of $699.99.

    Newegg.com - Samsung Galaxy Nexus Titanium Silver 3G Unlocked Cell Phone / Android 4.0 / 5 MP Camera / 16GB Internal Memory (GT-i9250)

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