One analyst in this story says the eight-month-old Galaxy Nexus has a terrible camera, iffy screen, and LTE support on just a single carrier, while the other says buying into Google's Nexus program guarantees you a stock, untainted Android user experience and the best chance of seeing your device upgraded with future versions of the mobile OS. Who's right?
The Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250) is a touchscreen Android smartphone developed by a partnership between Google and Samsung, according to Wikipedia. The phone and operating system were developed collaboratively by engineers from both companies. It has Google's new version of its Android operating system, version 4.0, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich and debuted in the United States on December 15, 2011.
With OEM manufacurers like HTC and LG as well as Samsung coming to market recently with newer models using Android Ice-Cream Sandwich, the once vaunted Galaxy Nexus has new competition.