So you watched Google unveil Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the Galaxy Nexus. Pretty interesting, but you weren’t quite ready to part with your Galaxy S II running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. But then you saw this video: And you were like: Google’s dropped the Galaxy Nexus’ price down to $349.00. The bad news–you only have $100. The good news...

Here’s the scenario: you’re over at a friends’s place and you’re Galaxy Nexus is almost out of juice. You’re in luck–they’ve got a micro USB charger–or so you think… The other day I left my phone to charge overnight on my LG charger (like the one above) and when I woke up, I was surprised to find that my Galaxy Nexus...

So you’ve been reading the latest reviews on the two phones of the hour: the Samsung Galaxy S III and the HTC One X. And it boils down into 4 main discussion points: the design, the SoC, the software and last but certainly not least, the display. Most people will agree that the HTC One X design aesthetic is superior to the Galaxy S III, however the functionality...

Sure there is a crop of new phones coming out in the next couple months, but what about sticking with the solid Galaxy Nexus? That’s right, Google is now offering the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus firect from the Google Play Market for the low, low price of $399.99. Before this announcement, there was no official way to get the unlocked GSM version of the phone and for myself...

One really nifty feature of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II is the integrated data monitoring feature. Rather than having to download a separate widget or application to monitor your data use, you can use the built in settings to track data usage as well as set alerts for overuse. To access your data monitoring settings, hit Menu > System...

My relationship with device protection has been a love/hate affair for many years. It all started with my 3rd gen iPod’s silicone case. It fully encased the device in a 1.5mm thick layer of jelly silicone (at a time when silicone was new, novel and predominant), that protected my iPod like no other, but also caught dust like a glue stick and made it impossibly difficult...

Hey guys, if you’ve been waiting for a sign that it is time to pull the trigger on the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung is offering a free 2100 mAh extended battery with your purchase! If you’ve been eagerly holding onto that device upgrade on Verizon, you can now get the 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus with a free 2100 mAh extended battery + cover. The extended battery cover is...

Its about that time of year again, where we start to hear rumors about what the next generation of smartphones will bring to the table. With rumors of supposed quad-core, 1080p Galaxy S III looming around the web, it’s hard not to get excited about our next purchase! We know that you guys love Samsung Phones just as much as we do but we were curious which features...

Back in October we got our first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Hong Kong at Samsung and Google’s launch event. Just about everyone noticed the three gold connection points and we began patiently waited for the Nexus’ accompanying dock. The Galaxy Nexus mates with this dock via the 3 gold pogo pins  Fast forward to today–Samsung has made the...

We all know that battery life is the bane of all smartphones, and although the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one heck of a phone, it is not exempt from the basic laws of battery life. The international version of the Galaxy Nexus comes standard with an amply sized 1750 mAh battery (Galaxy S II is 1650 mAh), but for those of you who really like to push your phones, or just...