Facial recognition is a fresh, if somewhat flawed technology that is still included as part of version 4.0 of Android, perhaps best known by the nickname Ice Cream Sandwich is delicious. Fortunately, you can rely on the PIN and the backup plan when your cup is not to unlock the screen, which in darkness and in other circumstances occur more often as you like.
Google and its partners do not spill the beans, but only when consumers in the U.S. can get their hands on the Galaxy Nexus or what it will cost. Verizon Wireless will sell the devices in the launch, which will exploit its 4G LTE network quickly. But my version of the test results provided by Google is just a day before relying on T-Mobile SIM card is using HSPA + networks. This version, which happens to be compatible with T-Mobile and AT & T network, Google says it will sell worldwide.
Despite what I want to dive deeper, I had a good taste of what it is Ice Cream Sandwich. And many of these new features are a welcome gift.
But the hardware first: Like most of his recent predecessors Android phone has a large screen, in this case 4.65 inch AMOLED called super high definition (1280 x 720) screen that looks great next to the screen iPhone 4S. But overall the phone is very thin and weighs about 4.8 ounces, the guys really lighter than the iPhone.
Inside the Galaxy is a fast dual-core 1.2 GHz, 1GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory plus (twice, I said, the version of LTE). There is an autofocus camera 5 megapixel camera with flash back that can capture HD video (up to 1080p, but 720p screen itself). On the front is a 1.3 megapixel front camera can be used to video calls.
NFC, or near-field communication technology, are also included, which means you can use the phone to make mobile payments, possibly through Google Wallet. Google says a lot, but not all Android applications at this time will be compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich.