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Video: Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs. iPhone 4S

Need more Galaxy Nexus video action? You probably do after hearing the latest release date rumor. So to hopefully make you feel slightly better after potentially saddening news, here are a few clips from T3, who happened to find themselves with the GSM version of the phone for a few minutes. Comparison to the new iPhone 4S? Top 10 Ice Cream Sandwich features? More specs? All included after the break. 

When comparing the G-Nex to the iPhone 4S, they have some kind things to say about both phones – as you may have expected – but really, who’s looking at the iDevice when that beautifully curved HD screen with Ice Cream Sandwich is sitting next to it? T3 even in a round about way picks it as a winner of sorts. After that though, they’ll walk you through some specs (that you already know), followed by their top Ice Cream Sandwich features.

Nothing incredibly new, but seeing this device in action is always a pleasant experience.

G-Nex vs. iPhone 4S:

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Specs:

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Their top 10 Android 4.0 features:

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Via:  Android and Me

  • Anonymous

    phlpn.es/7x9vmd

  • Anonymous

    I am a serious advocate of android and have been less than impressed with any Iphone since the 3G as it made serious strides in technology improvements for mobile devices. But how can you compare a released phone that I can go and purchase if I were so inclined, and a device that has been nothing but rumored to be released next month. A 4″ display to a 4.65″ an IOS to ICS. These to devices are not even in near the same class and the only things in common are that they are both smart phones and both leave a lot to be desired.

  • Anonymous

    phlpn.es/7x9vmd

  • Slakker

    anyone know how to get the song from the specs video?

    • Jway320

      Since there’s no audio, you can copy the youtube link into zamzar.com and convert it to MP3

  • Anonymous

    im still curious about those 3 gold contacts on the right side…

    • Tyler

      Its a MHL docking port for the multimedia dock.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797475274 Nadeem Najib Kizi

    The #1 feature is..an unbloated, stock android operating system.

  • Rodys Gonzalez

    AM CALLING MY S.NEX; THE “NEXUS PRIME” REGARDLESS…. LOL

    • Alan Paone

      Call it by its codename/dev name the Maguro. It sounds mysterious and cool. Don’t look it up, it’ll be less mysterious.

    • http://profiles.google.com/mechanizedapathy Shawn Brandel

      Everyday that goes by without a release date I call it “Shi-yah”

  • str8rippinem

    Kind of glad I bought an unlocked gs2..by far the best phone out in my opinion…had the bionic and messed around with the razr and gs2 kills it. Even my iPhone 4s buddies are jealous of the screen and the performance. Only downfall is no big red lte.

    • Pennywise

      Yup, really glad that I grabbed the Bionic.  STILL the best phone out imo (I’d take Bionic over Razr)

  • Ryan C

    So in the specs video at 0:38 it says MicroSD slot? wtf? does the GSM one have a sd card slot and the LTE one not?

    • Alexander Garcia

      Verizon, much like all the US carriers, like to completely f..k up a really good thing! Take a look at all the SGS2 variants out there and almost all will agree that the OG Global Unlocked version is by far the best one out! From all the reliable sources out there, it appears that the UK and Canada will be getting the G-Nex before Thanksgiving. Verizon still hasn’t officially announced a date yet. I suppose the LTE radio is still kind of a mystery to ol’ Big Red… or maybe they’re finding ways to install some of the ol’ beloved Big Red BLOAT on the device! :-/

  • Anonymous

    Contacts and icons look like sh!t on ICS. Look like one is going the have to use a home replacement launcher and go contacts on ICS

    • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

      I like how they try to hide the choppy scrolling on the Nexus by going slow…….

      • Anonymous

        I know, what’s up with that. There shouldn’t be any lag at all on these devices.

  • Wyatte3

    Why is the Iphone 4S getting compared to 4G LTE phones when it is only a 3G.  Shouldn’t it be compared to phones such as a Droid 3 or Droid X2?  

    • Tyler

      Because those are phones that Motorola felt they needed to release, Droid Razr is an improved Droid x2 and the droid 3 is lacking 4g stopping it from being a great device. These phone are fillers imho and i feel bad for anyone who bought them. (Droid 3 less as much as droid x2)

  • Anonymous

    …FOR THE LOVE OF REEKRIS RELEASE THE DAMN THING!!!!

  • Marvin de Pano

    This is like dangling a piece of meat in front of a dog.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for posting, it looks good

  • Anonymous

    Why does this look like it has the same lag on the UI that older Android phones have?  Watch the third video – it is visibly choppy when she’s dragging icons around on the homescreen, swiping to close etc.  I guess I’ll have to see it in person to know for sure, but that does not look anywhere near as smooth as a GSII to me.

    • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

      Because it does. It’s the use of Java. It will always be there.

      • Anonymous

        That’s crap then – Samsung generally managed to eliminate it as far as I could tell when I had the Sprint GSII for a bit.  What exactly is the ICS hardware acceleration supposed to do if we still get this choppy scrolling stuff?

        • Tyler

          It could be that its a early build of the os and that they still have some stuff to fix because I’m sure there will be a handful of bugs and improvements in os updates. Im thinking it wont be a problem, because it could be due to the reviewer having an excessive amount of apps open and running but still that means there is poor multitasking efficiency. Idk, but im praying this will be a superb phone.

    • Alexander Garcia

      I’ll bet money on that it has a lot to do with the chipset EXYNOS (coupled with Sammy’s other proprietary hardware and software make it the fastest Android UI and UX in Android history thus far) installed in the SGSII. The smoothness and quick snap as a result rivals that of the iPhone4S. The Galaxy Nexus uses a TI OMAP 4460 which is the only chip thus far that is fully optimized to handle ICS. Why they didn’t figure out a way to make it work with the Exynos chipset is beyond me. :-/

  • Genius

    I’ve been waiting for this phone sine June 29, 2007, sadly I can wait another month. As other wireless companies increase their game and decrease their prices, I anticipate this may be my last 2 year contract with the Big Red Machine. At least one can hope…

    • NewONEplease

      wow u were waiting for 4 1/2 years for THIS???? I would be disappointed

    • TROLOLOLOL

      damn, you’ve been waiting since before the OG Droid came out in November 2009???????!!!!?!?!?!?!!?!?

      • Genius

        Yep, June 29, 2007 is when the Iphone was released. Instead of buying the IP I stuck with big red for their service. The OG droid and even my DX are great phones, but the Prime is finally the complete package. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/gabriel.forster Gabriel Forster

    I’m not really sure why android device makers seem to think that a larger screen makes a better phone. Didn’t we stop using phones you needed two hands for in the 90’s? Seriously, as much as I absolutely LOVE android (especially the open nature of development), if all of the high end devices are going to be so large, I may possibly consider switching to something else. I would get the nexus in a heartbeat if the screen were an inch smaller.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=25001493 Hank Godwin

      It is called choice and it’s what makes Android great.  If you want a small screen and don’t want to make any choices for yourself, I’m sure Verizon would be happy to sell you an iPhone.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gabriel.forster Gabriel Forster

        Maybe you didn’t read my post thoroughly. I love android, especially the openness. If you don’t understand that openness is choice, I am sorry. That openness (choice) is evident in the software. It seems that I am running out of choices (moving towards larger screens) in the hardware. My ideal is an open OS (android) on a device that can fit in one hand and be operated with that same hand. If I need a larger screen, I can use a tablet. BTW, my current phone is the OG Droid – If I could update the internal hardware, I would have the perfect, modern phone.   

        • Anonymous

          I don’t think I ever need two hands for a 4 inch screen…

    • Alan Paone

      The monster size screens sound huge until you spend about a week with them, after that, everything else just feels small. Also, the part of the Gnex’s screen that you actually use is apparently the equivalent of 4.3″ which really is a perfect size for anyone who doesn’t work in the circus and have tiny hands.

  • http://twitter.com/psykotikz chris grame

    This is retarded…Show a side by side of the quality of video/camera.  shutter lag test…ect.  We already know 4.0 is the bomb but we need to know about the phone itself.  camera…battery…ect
    too bad morons get their hands on these phones

    • TROLOLOLOL

      you’re not supposed to use it to detonate bombs…

  • NewONEplease

    the phone will be outdated in like 2 weeks by the time it comes out… JAN electronic CONV??? Oh well nothing new for android I suppose

    • TROLOLOLOL

      but you’ll still get one, amirite?

      • NewONEplease

        heck yes too much money in my wallet LOL :D

    • Alan Paone

      It’ll be outdated and old and slow, exactly like the nexus S was! Oh wait..Nexus S is still the snappiest, most user friendly android phone? dammit.

  • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

    Nexus-Has it’s own Antique Road Show barn find-it’s GPU!

    • TROLOLOLOL

      Now we know who watches Antiques Road Show…

      • Monty Waggoner

                  ^ loves Antiques Roadshow

    • Anonymous

      Ya, that SGX 540 clocked to 384MHz, which has never been used before in any device ever is PRETTY old.

      • NewONEplease

        IDC if it was OC to 500MHZ its still old architect that is being use in a a so called new phenomenon amongst android phones

        • Anonymous

          Ummm what? It benchmarks about equal to the Mali 400 in the Exynos SOC. The only chip out there that currently bests that is the SGX544MP2 that’s in the iPhone 4S.

        • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

          iT WASN’T 500MHZ and old GPU architecture no matter what the overclock is still sub par. Fail.

      • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

        SGX540
        Nov 2007
        ?
        4/2
        28
        1000
        64
        N/A

        • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

          Came out in 2007. Overclocking won’t do much. Read up Mensa reject.

          • Anonymous

            You might want to learn a bit more about these GPU’s before posting stuff like this. Architecture matters but a better architecture will make clockrate-for-clockrate changes. If you boost the clockrate enough, you can make an older architecture equal to a newer one(see 1.5GHz dual core snapdragon vs. 1GHz dual core OMAP3. OMAP 3 has the newer architecture, but they get equal performance because of the clockspeed disparity.

            Similarly, here, the architecture is older but the clockspeed has been boosted enough to cover the difference.

            See? Point made without resorting to ad hominem

          • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

            No, boosting the speed up 100mhz has yielded in subpar performance, check the benchmarks.

          • Anonymous

            I have. The jump from 200 to 300 produced sizeable results, and the jump from 300 to 384 should bring it up to about par with the Mali 400. In addition, from the most recent set of benchmarks, which show the Galaxy Nexus matching the Galaxy S 2(Exynos) in graphics benchmarks, despite its 2.4x resolution, it appears possible they may be using additional cores over the 540’s of the past in *addition* to the higher clockspeed.

  • Evan Knofsky

    Why does the video mention that it has a microSD slot?!

    • TROLOLOLOL

      why did earlier spec reports mention it came with a 1750mAh battery?!

      • Evan Knofsky

        True, but sadly I doubt it will have a microSD slot :(

  • JMac726

    This isn’t helping….

  • http://www.facebook.com/japultra Jason Nguyen

    Verizon, please release this phone so I can be more productive at work! (i.e., stop wasting so much time refreshing all the blogs to see if there is any new info out there)

    • TROLOLOLOL

      moot point. once the phone is released you’ll be wasting so much time on it.

      • http://www.facebook.com/japultra Jason Nguyen

        Ah yes, but OUTSIDE of work hours :) and only for the initial few days. Who knows how many hours I’ve devoted to checking out these blogs in the last 3 months to find more info about this phone. *sigh*

        • Tyler

          Once i get my hands on the Galaxy Nexus, ill probably be back to occasionally checking the site, and/or having the news app update me on whats new in the world of Android.

    • TROLOLOLOL

      productivity will still be low after the phone comes out. stop kidding yourself.

    • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

      Why, so you can come back here and bitch about 1) Pentile screen, 2) Poor battery life 3) 4G data drops 4) Choppy scrolling?

  • http://www.facebook.com/dr.brown David Brown

    I don’t care about the review, I just want the stand the G-Nex is sitting on.

    • Anonymous

      Hah, I looked at the stand about as much as a looked at the phone. Not sure what I would use it for, but I want one too…

      • TROLOLOLOL

        example of the consumerist lifestyle. wants it, but not sure what to use it for.

  • Stush0104

    Maybe I’ve missed it in the many posts on the GN, but that 2nd video says it does have an sd card slot.  Is this confirmed anywhere else?

  • http://www.facebook.com/LuisElTiburon Luis Rojas

    #winning

  • http://twitter.com/litobirdy litobirdy

    wow this is super late, i saw these videos last week, blah not news, cmon now

  • Anonymous

    Some one is getting paid to promote the Nexus I see, lol

  • Anonymous

    drool

  • Mark Wilk

    Someone needs to clean out their inbox. 808 unread messages!?

  • Richard Yoo

    Why does any of this matter? The GNEX isn’t in my hand..

    • TROLOLOLOL

      but something else is… HEYOOOOOooooo

  • Nideda24

    Micro SD slot? I think they are mistaken….

    • TROLOLOLOL

      early reports on a 1750mAh battery? nope, accessories page shows 1850mAh battery. who’s mistaken now???

      • Anonymous

        That’s the LTE version with 1850 mAh, HSPA+ is 1750. But who knows, it might have a microsd slot, just no microsd.

    • George_B1981

      That’s what I want to know, I’ve read some reports since it was announced that it would have a MicroSD lot, and others that it won’t….. Maybe the Big Commie version won’t have it but the Euro one will???

  • Chris G

    Can’t trust any video made with a device full of bugs.
    VZ knows all and is saving us from this POS Galaxy Nexus.

    Thank you VZ for filling the role of Steve Jobs and making our decisions for us.

    • Jamdev12

      Do you think it probably has more to do with the fact that since this is not a Verizon branded phone that Verizon is keeping it from going out yet until HTC and Motorola get their crack at selling their phones? Don’t know, but you may probably think a little better before you spew out sh!t from all those holes in your body.

      • Anonymous

        I’m pretty sure he’s being sarcastic.

      • Anonymous

        The point

        Your head

    • http://twitter.com/JKingDaRuler Jay Kingsley

      Agreed …. Look at that push back from Verizon … Verizon dont put out crap phones … testing and more testing …

  • Anonymous

    First! I think!

    • Anonymous

      Ahh about the third poster lol maybe next time :)

  • Anonymous

    HAH, Kellex, I actually saw this video on YouTube yesterday evening. I like that stand the Galaxy is sitting on nice. 

    • TROLOLOLOL

      a day late and a dollar short

      • Anonymous

        I know right lol

  • NewONEplease

    nexus is a POS it’s LATE, embarassing GPU, weakA$$ pentile, and OS full of BUGS

    • Anonymous

      Iphone 4s is a POS, its half baked, embarassing battery life, same old design, and and OS full of BUGS.

      • Jarred Sutherland

        Besides the battery bug that some people are experiencing, not sure what other bugs you are speaking of. As far as “same old design” goes, what new revolutionary changes have any Android devices had that makes them anything but the same old device? A big screen isn’t anything but a larger item that’s already been on devices for awhile. 

        BTW, going from Android to iPhone 4S I get better battery life than I did with my Android devices. I have lived with and used both day in and day out, can the same be said for you?

        • TROLOLOLOL

          SO WHY ARE YOU HERE. GO TO AN APPLE BLOG SITE!

        • Jamdev12

          So why are you trolling here? So that you can let everyone know how close minded and retarded you really are. Using a smartphone is not making you smarter right now. Hence your yelling photograph you moron. 

          • TROLOLOLOL

            he must be talking about the battery bug plaguing the 4S

          • Jarred Sutherland

            Yeah, which I did mention in my original post. However the term he used is plural (bugs, see the s on the end?), so I asked about what other bugs he knows of.

            Not to mention that all devices have bugs .. sorry to break it to ya.

          • Anonymous

            Well Jarred, when I stated bugs, I meant it. Apple forums are currently flooded with people complaining about their contacts going missinga nd also their wifi and internet dropping.  And regarding your query of what revolutionary designs that android has implemented, how about a notification bar, or the new curved glass screen on the nexus S. Yes, its a penile display but it also is over an inch bigger than the iphone 4s. And i am sorry to break it to you but yes, the Iphone has the same old boring design. And I bet your mom is the one that told ya that bigger isn’t better. She’s lying… She told me the opposite last night.  :) But all joking aside, when comparing battery life of the past generation android devices I would hope the iphone 4s gets better battery life, being that even last gen android devices were rocking 4g…

          • Troll Defender

            Android users best come back is “well,… um… um… well…. why are you here!!!” —go away! 

            Nice one Fandroids….

          • Anonymous

            And thats a good comeback? Nice… I guess we can’t combat that genius… Come back when you graduate middle school or when your hands get big enough to use big boy phones.

          • Anonymous

            hahaha makes me think of the BK commercial and the guy with small hands..

          • Jarred Sutherland

            Apple forums flooded with people reporting bugs just like Android forums flooded with people reporting bugs. Sorry, but EVERY plat form has bugs, you cannot and will not escape it.

            The notification bar is indeed a great change, however it’s been with Android since the beginning, and were talking about the present. The curved glass is a change, but how revolutionary it is is completely yet to be seen, hopefully it does something great, dunno. As far as size goes, I have had larger screens and smaller screens. The iPhone 4/4S has easily the best display I have seen on a mobile device. It has a higher PPI than any other mobile device on the market that I have come into contact with, and it shows. 

            Sorry my mother told you bigger was better, but when you sacrifice clarity for size, you can keep it.

          • Anonymous

            Yea cause the human eye can see the difference between the retina display and 720p…And regarding the bugs comment, you asked what bugs i knew of, I answered and now you’re questioning why I answered?  SIgh. But yea your turn, what bugs that you know of does ICS have? Does it at least make phone calls now matter how you hold it? If so, for a new platform, its got one up on the iPhone 4 series.

          • Jarred Sutherland

            My iPhone makes calls no matter how I hold it as well. Interesting.

            As far as that can’t see the difference .. of course you cant, because the Galaxy Nexus isn’t even out yet. We can judge that further when it’s in the hands of people w/o agendas.

          • Anonymous

            Well you see, I was under the impression that Apple’s devices were magical and they had no bugs. They are made for the average Joe with no technical knowledge necessary; shouldn’t they just work? That being the case, I just don’t see how people are capable of doing anything wrong. Granted in job’s eyes, people have been holding their phone wrong since the creation of the phone.

          • Chiefdarklord69

            I believe the rezound has a higher ppi lol..and point isn’t everthing contrast vibrancy and black levels are important too

          • Jarred Sutherland

            Oh trust me, I know contrast and black levels are extremely important (I had a Fascinate which never had proper blacks or whites due to the blue hue cast by the screen).

            I hope the device does have a higher PPI, newer devices should push the envelope and provide us with better quality. The Rezound seems to offer a non pentile screen, so the 720 resolution is a true 720. I’ll have to stop by my local vzw and check it out to compare. :)

          • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

            The Razr forum on Moto’s site is building steam. Plenty of issues. All phones have bugs but none so much as Androids fragmented total. Vanilla Google my ass. We will see when you come crying back here….my battery sucks, the screen is horrible, my 4g drops left and right.

          • Piemasta93

            i have never once complained about any of my android phones. and i have gone head to head with the iphone with my android since the 3g and i have always come out on top.
            iphone is the same. they have had the same screen size for something of 5-6years
            and they have a dual core processor that is underclocked too 800mhz…what the hell is the point. its not even doing anything too mind blowing…it still dosnet have 4g lol

          • Anonymous

            Hehe. You said penile.

          • Anonymous

            Teehe, an inch big. 

          • Jarred Sutherland

            Yes, I am closed minded and retarded because I try new things. Good trolling, good trolling.

            I check this site and others because I am still interested in Android. I support all mobile devices at work, so I read up on everything.

          • Anonymous

            Man you don’t have to explain yourself to these fandroids….visit any Apple blog and you’ll find them choc-full of fandroids making comments….of which I have no problem. Seems like if you’re convinced that what u have is better it shouldn’t matter what anyone else says….don’t be intimidated by these insecure fandroids…..They probably need those big clunky phones to compensate for other small body parts….lol

          • Granted

            I like this retarded kindergarten logic, ” Yeah! Well you poopy head Android fans talk cacadoodie on our websitesezz! So it only makes cents we weetaliate and make sure you know you know you are the snot eaters…..poopie head!” Way to use your intellect you phone sodomizer geektard.

        • Christephor

          a curved screen nfc chips in the nexus phones just a couple off the top of my head

          • NewONEplease

            UHH yeah the galaxy S already has the “curve screen” and it’s not to boot also that NFC wtfc it’s going to be like that lame idea about qr code scanning or barcode scanning with the camera

          • Anonymous

            That lame idea? People use qr codes all the time now. Heck, I see all kinds of shirts with those on them and in the corners of large posters. NFC will just make it even easier with thousands of more possibilities.

          • Chiefdarklord69

            Nfc is the future of payments and door unlocking hehe

          • http://profiles.google.com/soapinmouth Eric Steinberger

            no the galaxy s does not have a curved screen.. sigh. The Nexus has a barometer for more accurate gps then any other smartphone before it, it has nfc to beam files quickly and easily, it has an hd 720p screen perfect for viewing HD movies, it has portless docking to just set and forget, it has a VERY strong camera with istant shutter. this is all just hardware not even talking about the huge bonus of features ICS brings.

        • Wyatte3

          Android has Lapdock, HDMI out, zumecast, google maps (which the Iphone uses), mirror mode, large screens that have great resolution to just name a few

          • Emilio Figueroa

            As much as I love android, and this blog in general, you have to admit: The iPhone has iCloud, similar thing, HDMI mirroring via an adaptor, and you are completely on point with that small screen. lol

          • Anonymous

            Icloud is a ripoff of the cloud services google has, only they went a step further and added data such as backups.

      • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

        Right, full of bugs. Because all of the Android OS’s have no bugs-douche. The 4S will mop the floor with the Nexus in the graphics department. Samsung will update the phone once every 14 months.

        • Jarred Sutherland

          Thankfully, the Galaxy Nexus won’t be plagued by Samsung’s inability to write software. Google will be providing the updates, which is great.

          • hex

            weren’t the carriers responsible for no updates? I guess xda was a no go for u… custom roms are so much fun, but huge time drains

        • Guest

          guess what dickhead….it’s a nexus!!  it gets updates from google.  nice try tho!

          • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

            Even better Richard Cabeza!

        • str8rippinem

          My unlocked gs2 destroys the 4s and its over 6 months old. IPhones are shit. All my friends with ishits even admit they would rather have my phone.

        • Anonymous

          Since, my last comment to you will probably get censored to all hell, I figured I should try again but much nicer this time… Listen here man body part’s tip, I never said that Android didn’t have any bugs, I only stated to Jarred that iOS wasn’t free of them either. You may want to take a reading comprehension course you Donkey hole before calling someone a feminine hygiene product. Keep in mind, you female pleasure toy, that context exists for a reason and when you take a statement out of context it changes it.  And regarding updates, wasn’t the last iOS update supposed to fix things and not make them worse? Hows that working out for you? Anyways, it was a pleasure, now go have intercourse with yourself.

    • Anonymous

      So what device, is worth the wait or the best device out right now??

      • TROLOLOLOL

        wait for the tegra3 based devices… they’re coming out next year.

        • Anonymous

          Exactly, I was waiting to hear back from our friend who is stating that the G Nex is a POS. I wanted to know what device he thinks is the best out right now.

      • Anonymous

        Rezound is the best

        • Anonymous

          Really??? I’ll stop by the VZW store and check it out :), Your joking right lol

          • Pardes33

            What for ????

          • Anonymous

            Just to check it out. I like to test all of the devices, just gives me a better perspective of each one. I am still waiting on the G Nx lthough :)

    • Anonymous

      I’m not so sure you are correct, but I will leave you in your ignorance.

    • Guest

      great.  now get the fuk outta here dikhead!

  • Anonymous

    if you are tired of videos and just want it released bugs or no bugs…upvote?

    -EDIT- oops. forgot I wasn’t at reddit.

    • TROLOLOLOL

      there are no upvotes here. just likes…

      • TROLOLOLOL

        how did u edit your post??? the scorcery here…!!!

    • Anonymous

      /r/Android :)

  • PyroHoltz

    Kellex,

    When are you getting your hands on a test unit?

    From,
    Everyone who wants one!

    • http://www.facebook.com/kittygetwet James Sorensen

      I don’t want him to get a test unit, it just means more posts with no solid US release date WAHHHHHH

      • TROLOLOLOL

        At least with a test unit, we can get some hands-on info instead of previously posted news.