Its processor double heart, clocked at1.2 GHz and associated with 1 GB of RAM, should provide the GalaxyNexus great fluidity in launching and running applications and games.The storage space, 16 GB or 32 GB depending on the version, can beincreased to 32 GB using a micro-SD card.
For downloads, thedevice should be fast: it has Wi-Fi a, b, g and n and two frequencybands (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz), and manages the mobile Wi-Fi Direct (connection between two devices without going through an accesspoint). On network connections, the terminal four band GSM / Edge andfive bands for 3G + / HSPA + shows theoretical maximum speeds of 21Mbit / s downstream and 5.76 Mbit / s data transmission.
Anotherstrong point is the first Google phone equipped with an NFC chip.Approaching his mobile
from another smartphone running thesame OS, it is possible to exchange contacts and photos. The Nexusmarks the beginning of the democratization of the NFC, which willarrive in force in many phones in 2012. Bluetooth is not only to thepoint: it is version 3.0 and not 4.0 (more energy).
Multimedia side, the photo sensor is 5Mpix only against 8 Mpix for competitors. But the number ofmegapixels does not guarantee a good quality photo or video. Thedevice would have a very short response time to take a snapshot, aweak point on most smartphones today. It is able to record video inFull HD 1080p at 30 frames per second.
The 1.3 MP sensor,front, used for video chat or to recognize the face of the phoneowner to unlock the system, new in Android 4.0. Finally, the batteryhas a capacity of 1750 mAh, which should give a very good batterylife. It must be that to feed its large screen