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All of their "thin" smartphones have ugly bulbs of thickness which is thicker than iPhone 4/4S.
This is why court in UK said that Samsung's claim that they have "thinnest" smartphone on the market is lie. The only honestly thinnest smartphone for now is iPhone 4/4S (thanks for outer/frame antenna design).
As to specifications of Galaxy Nexus:
0) the screen is finally does not lag; it is now Retina class in clarity/details/resolution;
1) obviously too huge to use as actual phone; it is more like small tablet.
2) you always have to think which side you are going to put the GN in your bag or your huge jacket pocket: because if the side is wrong, it will fit horrible. However, if the side is right, then this device will fit much better than other huge 4.3-4.7" devices.
3) picture on the screen is always going to be distorted by the "curviness" unless you look at it right from the front;
4) SoC have weak graphics (it is not new GPU, it was already tested);
5) photo/video camera is weak (and I do not mean mere megapixel count, which, by itself, does not really mean much);
6) No support of BlueTooth 4.0;
7) NFC is a plus, though it is barely usable in practice for now, so not real competitive advantage;
8) Barometer -- can be useful to some people, though again not a serious competitive advantage.