The thing about the Nexus series phone is that all the updates will be made available on these phones before they are made available on other phones. This is some of the many perks available on phones that are made with the collaboration of Google and the Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ is one of the newest phones in the series.
With a thickness of only 8.94mm and a lightweight of 135grams, it can be considered portable and not bulky. However, it has a huge screen estate of 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. Like all Super AMOLED displays, expect excellent images coming out of the Galaxy Nexus.
The processor on the Galaxy Nexus is a 1.2 GHz Cortex A9 dual-core CPU and a gigabyte worth of RAM putting it in the high-end category of mobile phones. In addition to that, it also comes with the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich is currently available only to select Android phones.
Like most high-end Android phones, it doesn’t come cheap. With a price tag of $750 unlocked, not many would want to purchase it but be warned, it may be the best Android phone in the market as of date.