A recent screenshot leak and source verification reports that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will have much more efficient battery consumption than other leaks have indicated. The source reports that the screen shot, which shows 45% of the battery life remaining, was taken after 5 hours of heavy web browsing with a maximum brightness setting on the screen. Reportedly, the screenshot was taken on a 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus and no test has been done for any other network.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus sports a 4.65 inch high-definition Super AMOLED display running at 720p resolution. Similar devices running on a 4G LTE network need to be charged after only 4-5 hours of use—which is assuming considerably lighter actions compared to the reports of the screenshot leak source. This will come as great news to those who are contemplating purchasing the Nexus but did not want to purchase an extended battery.
In addition to its handheld high-definition screen, the Galaxy Nexus will sport Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and with it, its facial recognition feature as well as newly revealed real-time voice recognition.
There is still no official release date for the Galaxy Nexus, but it could be happening any time. Reports on a possible release date include November 17, November 21, or sometime “after Black Friday”. There is still no official price point on the device either, but speculative numbers put it at $299 with a two year contract agreement and $649 if purchased without an agreement.
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