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Android 4.0 Supports Mass Storage, But Galaxy Nexus Won't

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Nov 21, 2011, 7:33 PM
What's the point of getting the Galaxy Nexus then? No Mass Storage, no Flash. This is kind of silly.

Honestly, why would I want such a phone that is hamstringed out of the gate? For what, ICS? Not really worth it to me.

Nov 22, 2011, 12:26 PM
Couldnt agree more

Nov 22, 2011, 3:48 PM
They rushed the whole thing, trying to keep up with iOS. First, they were going to call it 2.4. But then apple decided they were going to call their release iOS 5, they buckled under pressure and called it android 4 but without any functioning bells and whistles. Even the hardware of the first ics device, the samsung galaxy nexus, was questionable. When htc released the nexus one, it was a leap ahead of other android devices at the time. However, samsung appears to intentionally release all nexus phones on semi-old, unexciting hardware devices which do not serve android at all.

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