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Here it comes

Camera and back

What's up, dock?

Slim profile

Around back

Down under

App tray

A scoop of ice cream

Working with widgets

Some history

Sprint's Samsung Galaxy Nexus is virtually identical to the original version we saw launch with Verizon in December, except that there are no barriers to Google Wallet. It has a 4-inch HD Super AMOLED touch screen and Google's Ice Cream Sandwich Android operating system.
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It has a 5-megapixel camera with flash, and the capability of recording video in 1080p HD video. It'll play back video in 720p HD. On the front is a 1.3-megapixel camera. There's also a nice, textured back cover that's soft to the touch.
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The shiny ports on the right side hook into desk docks. Just next to it is a power control/lock button.
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The Galaxy Nexus is thin (0.35 inch) and pretty light (4.76 inches), although its battery makes it heavier than other models we've seen. It has a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor.
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The camera lens and flash are located on the phone's rear side. The Sprint model has the same "hyperskin" material on the back cover.
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On the phone's bottom end are the Micro-USB port and 3.5mm headset jack.
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The Galaxy Nexus' main menu has the standard Android design with icons arranged into a grid.
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The support for Ice Cream Sandwich remains one of the Galaxy Nexus' top attractions.
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The widgets area is accessible through the main menu. There, you can create widgets of your favorite features and drag them to one of the five home screen pages.
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On this screen you can jump directly to the apps that you used most recently.
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