With a 4.65-inch 720p display, dual-core processor, and LTE radio, battery life was never expected to be a strong point for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus That is why a look at the above screenshot might offer some of the best news about the handset yet. After over five hours of heavy web surfing with the display brightness maxed out, this particular LTE Galaxy Nexus still held 45 percent of its charge intact. That should equate to an additional five hours of use, roughly. The results provide hope that under average daily use, the GNex will hold a charge long enough to last through the better part of the day, or at least the waking hours. At this point, I’m sure many would take any amount of battery life to own the next pure Google handset or simply learn of an accurate release date.