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Galaxy Nexus Review Reviewing one of 2011′s most anticipated phones is no easy task. We've had our hands on the GSM flavor for over a month now (the Verizon version for about a week), and even that amount of time has left us feeling conflicted. Mostly the Galaxy Nexus impressed as being the best smartphone on the market. Other times, not so much. Having reviewed countless phones over the past twelve months, the Galaxy Nexus is definitely a welcome change of pace over the droves of devices that came out in 2011, thanks in large part to Ice Cream Sandwich. To break it down, we're making it crystal clear about what we loved, and what we hated, starting first with the positives. On the hardware front, the Galaxy Nexus' screen is stunning, plain and simple. With a 720p Super-AMOLED (1280×720) display, the text, images and video all look crisp, clear and incredibly vibrant. Of course, a nice display would be meaningless without a good OS, and Ice Cream Sandwich certainly doesn't disappoint. Continue reading: For more tech goodness, check us out at: Follow Us on Twitter Like Us on Facebook: Check Us Out on Google +