Tag Archives: Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Would you sacrifice battery life for a free app?

One of the biggest problems Android has faced is issues with battery life. No matter how much people hate to admit, it’s a known fact that most Android phones can’t make it through the day. Now this doesn’t apply to all handsets (although it does to just about any HTC handset running Sense), but we’re sure most owners would like to get the most out of their… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Nexus 3800mAh battery on sale for only $8

Anyone who owns a Samsung Galaxy Nexus should listen up, as here’s a deal that’s too good to pass up. Cellular Factory has a 3800mAh extended battery for the Galaxy Nexus on sale for only $8. On top of that, free shipping can be obtained by entering coupon code 1H7RFK. This seems to be compatible with the Verizon version, so no word if it will be compatible… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Nexus for TELUS receiving software update

The Galaxy Nexus by Samsung hasn’t been out for TELUS all that long, but it looks like the wireless carrier is ready to push out a minor software update to the device. We’ve received a few tips, without images, that the device under TELUS’ wing has been upgraded to Android 4.0.3, but thanks to our friends up north at Mobilesyrup, we can confirm that the… Read more

Seidio now including NFC on its 3800mAh extended batteries for Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus

Seidio has been offering a Super Extended Battery for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus for awhile now, featuring 3800mAh of Japanese battery goodness. One of its biggest flaws was the fact that it didn’t include NFC support, something some users may consider vital. Seidio has been swift and is now shipping the battery with NFC capability. Now users can get the best… Read more

Google Wallet isn’t all that great

Many Android users have been very excited about Google Wallet, something that has been available since last year on a select few Android devices. When I say select few, I mean two. Only the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM version only) and Nexus S 4G have officially supported the service since its launch, so only owners of these two devices can safely use the… Read more