Samsung, Google unveil 'Galaxy Nexus'
Samsung unveiled the first smartphone running on Google's latest version of the Android operating system, which combines software used in tablets and smartphones
Samsung unveiled the first smartphone running on Google's latest version of the Android operating system, which combines software used in tablets and smartphones, as they step up competition against Apple
Samsung and Google introduced the high-end model at an event in Hong Kong, after delaying the launch last week as a tribute to the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Apple is Samsung's biggest customer for microprocessors.
The Galaxy Nexus will be the first phone to have the new Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich operating system
Samsung's new device, which touts a 4.65-inch high-definition "super" AM-OLED display and a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, features such new functions as face recognition to unlock the phone
The Galaxy Nexus enables you to voice type. It has an in-line spell checker and talk to text where the user can type anything by speaking
The Galaxy Nexus comes with a 5 mp camera, with zero shutter lag and can record full HD video
The Galaxy Nexus comes with the Android Beam feature, an near field communication based technology that allows you to quickly share photos, maps, contacts and videos by simply tapping two phones together
Galaxy Nexus features a Contour Display that sits perfectly within the device's slim, curved and no button design. At just 8.84mm thick and with a minimal 4.29mm bezel, Galaxy Nexus provides superb portability alongside an expansive screen