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Yes, that was a Verge-y photo, and this is a review of a year old and cracked Galaxy Nexus that has since retired.
As far as buttons go, the device comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a volume rocker, a MicroUSB port, a power button, etc. etc. Do I even need to mention this stuff? Everyone knows what the various buttons and things are going to be. Anyway, it also comes with a bit of a unique thing: a magnetic connector on the right hand side which is used for the dock. Unfortunately, I haven't got one to show as I believe it was a useless piece of junk, but you can check out a review of the dock here. :-)
A real downside of this phone was that, whether I was plugged into my computer or a wall charger, it would take about 8 hours for this phone to charge to 100%, and I would then actually get about 8 hours of use (on and off) anyway.
By the way, the picture above is actually the perfect testament to the glass on the display. It's both a blessing and a massive flaw. Here's another shot that demonstrates it even better.
Because the display is curved in such a way as I just described, it caused my phone to crack from one edge to another (horizontally) resulting in a pretty large crack. Something to be wary of.