Google's Galaxy Nexus is a big phone. You might think the RAZR is big, but as Douglas Adams might have said, that's just peanuts to the Galaxy Nexus. This week's Mobile Monday column covers our first impressions of this impressive phone. (With noted apologies for the poor focus; yes, I do know that!)
Google Galaxy Nexus: Giz Goes Hands On [Video]
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