Our review of thehad people up in arms when we gave it two stars because of a serious that disrupts phone calls, music and ringtones. We , but if you want to take a closer look at the Nexus, watch this video review with Rich Trenholm.
We've been licking our lips in anticipation of the Galaxy Nexus for a while, as it's the first phone to run the latest version of Android, the scrumptiously named . The software does not disappoint -- it's slick, attractive and simpler to use than previous versions.
The Nexus packs a whizzy 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1080p video recording and a feature we've been all been longing to try out, the rather novel Face Unlock.
The 4.65-inch screen is gloriously glossy with pin-sharp resolution, although the design of the phone is a little unsophisticated and plasticky for our tastes.
Take a look at our video and you'll see the Galaxy Nexus is worth serious consideration, particularly if you can't wait to get your fill of Ice Cream Sandwich.
We're still hesitant to recommend the Nexus due to the aforementioned volume bug, although Google has announced today that
Anhas been discovered, but do approach this with caution, as it's fiddly and will void your warranty -- in all honesty, it's probably worth waiting.
Have you been gorging yourself silly on Ice Cream Sandwich, or are you holding out until the volume bug has been fixed? Let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page.
- See how the Galaxy Nexus fares when it
Update 2 December:that fixes the bug, and we've amended our to reflect this.