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- The screen is huge, but not annoyingly so.
- Ice Cream Sandwich looks and feels great. It's the biggest improvement in an Android OS we've seen so far.
- The keyboard is incredible and feels more accurate than the one on the iPhone. Part of this is due to software, but the larger screen helps make typing more accurate too.
- Love the People app. It syncs with Google+,Twitter, and LinkedIn to put all your contacts' status updates and photos in one place. Very nice. (No Facebook integration though.)
- Battery life is just okay. We got about 7 hours of use the first day. We'll keep playing with it, but so far it doesn't feel promising.
- The battery cover is thin, flimsy, and plasticky, just like the one on Samsung's Galaxy S II phones. It feels cheap.
- The camera is good, but not as good as we thought it would be based on Google's statements when the Galaxy Nexus was first launched. Still, there's zero shutter lag and we love the panoramic mode.