Originally Posted by DuckieHo
Galaxy Nexus has dedicated touchscreen buttons.... like most other ICS and JB phones.
RAZR i does not.... look at the picture. The buttons are overlayed on the display itself.
I hate to break it to you, but the buttons you see on the Galaxy Nexus are not physical capacitive buttons- they are on the screen just like this phone. That was one of the new things pushed out by Google for ICS and the Nexus, being the flagship device, is in line with what Google imagined for ICS.
If all you've seen is pictures, it can be hard to tell, but if you have actually used or even seen the phone in person its easy to see there are no buttons.
Embracing Android 4.0 (and now 4.1) wholeheartedly, there are no buttons on the front of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Zilch. Nada.
Three soft keys are provided within the OS at the bottom of the screen: back, home and multitasking. The beauty here is that when they're not needed, the OS disposes of them and gives you more screen space to enjoy your pleasures.
As we already mentioned, the Nexus lacks hardware buttons, which have been replaced with three softkeys at the bottom of the screen -- back, home and recent apps.