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Here's a list of all the top Samsung Galaxy Nexus deals we recommend in Australia. These are handpicked based on quality of the network, what you get in with the plan, and of course, value for money.

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There are many plans for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus out there, but below are the ones and a good place to start your search. Good luck!

    Why get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus?

    No messing Android 4.0 device with some great features. The first Android product with Ice Cream Sandwich this Smartphone does a good job of everything - browsing, memory, camera and phone functions.

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    Samsung Galaxy Nexus Customer reviews

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    By Francis

    "Like it but not perfect"

    Pros : Great screen. Cons : Volume. Nice fone. Too quiet. ICS is noice. Software is a bit buggy.
    1
    By Ian P

    "Nexus = win"

    Great screen, great browsing and too quiet Pros : Wi-Fi compatable - love where they put the hole for the ear phone jack. Great screen. Good web browsing. Cons : Too quiet. Does anyone know how to turn the volume up ? I reckon this phone is better than the Galaxy S2. The design is just right. It feels right to hold it. The screen is amazing ! ( compare Angry Birds to an iPhone screenn and you'll see what I mean .) All in all I love it although I can't synch it with iTunes. Batter life is OK but not fantastic.
    1
    By Yuval

    "Better than an iPhone 4S"

    Love this phone, better than iPhone! Pros : Wi-Fi, good for Emailing, Camera and Video quality are good, it's got GPS. Face recognition. Negatives : Battery ran out when I'd been using it more than a day. I had an iPhone 3S and an iPhone 4 and I used to love it but I'am really glad I moved over and gave the Nexus a try. The screen is better than the iPhone 4, you can configure this device so much more than I could on IOS and have widgets for the weather and news on your home screen. The only real issue I had was the battery which runs out on me if I forget to charge it ( at least I can use any micro USB to charge it ! )
    1
    By Jon - Mosman

    "Top screen great device"

    Pros : Great screen. Cons : Volume. Nice fone. Too quiet. ICS is noice. Software is a bit buggy.
    1
    By Nick C

    "Top phone"

    Great screen, great browsing and too quiet Pros : Wi-Fi compatable - love where they put the hole for the ear phone jack. Great screen. Good web browsing. Cons : Too quiet. Does anyone know how to turn the volume up ? I reckon this phone is better than the Galaxy S2. The design is just right. It feels right to hold it. The screen is amazing ! ( compare Angry Birds to an iPhone screenn and you'll see what I mean .) All in all I love it although I can't synch it with iTunes. Batter life is OK but not fantastic.
    1
    By Zhang

    "So much better than iPhone"

    Love this phone, better than iPhone! Pros : Wi-Fi, good for Emailing, Camera and Video quality are good, it's got GPS. Face recognition. Negatives : Battery ran out when I'd been using it more than a day. I had an iPhone 3S and an iPhone 4 and I used to love it but I'am really glad I moved over and gave the Nexus a try. The screen is better than the iPhone 4, you can configure this device so much more than I could on IOS and have widgets for the weather and news on your home screen. The only real issue I had was the battery which runs out on me if I forget to charge it ( at least I can use any micro USB to charge it ! )
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    Questions about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Does it come in other colours?

    Anyone tried streaming video?

    If want to stream video while on-the-go from sources like Netflix or the ABC Player, or any of the hundreds of sources like them coming down the pike, you will quickly regret not having an unlimited data plan unless you are constantly connected to wi-fi.

    How’s the battery life?

    As you know, Apple's new iPhone 4 boasts a boatload of new features and improvements. One such improvement is increased battery life. Apple claims the new phone can outlast its predecessor by an hour in Internet use, two hours in talk time, and 10 hours of audio playback.

    What type of sim card do I need?

    All iPhone models -- with the exception of the iPhone 4 (CDMA) -- use SIM cards. Specifically, the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS use a Mini SIM, more typically called just a SIM card, and the iPhone 4 (GSM) and iPhone 4S use a Micro SIM. The difference between these standards largely is size.

    Can I make video calls with the iPhone?

    To make video calls, you will need an iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or a 3rd generation iPod touch or newer. Your contacts will only be able to see you if your device has a camera. Make sure your device is running iOS 4.3 or above, and that you are using the latest version of Skype for iPhone.
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