Galaxy Nexus Vs iPhone 4S

Google and Samsung unveiled Galaxy Nexus about an hour back in Hong Kong. Sporting some pretty great specs and Android’s all new version Ice Cream Sandwich, Galaxy Nexus will surely find a lot of takers if priced correctly. But as the pricing has not been announced right not, we will have to wait for that. Galaxy Nexus is expected to reach stores next month.

In this post, we have done a quick specs comparison between Galaxy Nexus and Apple iPhone 4S. Take a look and let us know about your opinion on the devices.


Post Author: Gaurav Shukla

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4 thoughts on “Galaxy Nexus Vs iPhone 4S

    Vijay SA

    (October 21, 2011 - 2:16 am)

    iPhone sale has come down verymuch and this was evident in apple sales announcement itself, few days back.

    How many days one can cheat with small low resolution screen?!?

    Dell XCD35(8.4K) itself has 3.5 inches and higher resolution(800×480) than iPhone3Gs(30K, 320×400)

    saiki

    (October 20, 2011 - 5:10 pm)

    see the condition of iphone4 and 4S after the ios5 update,i agree that android phones are a battery hogs,but iphone does not do any thing that is taxing,first of all it is just plain app launcher and no dyanmic live wallpapers or widgets and there is no true multitasking….when some of the features like icloud were included in ios5 now there is battery problem with iphone too…as for apps,seroiusly how many apps a person uses..?most of the famous apps are all present in all appstores…

    Kailash Yadav

    (October 20, 2011 - 11:11 am)

    Hi Puja,

    Great to hear that… i am big time apple fan. Each and every phone claims they are iPhone killer but iPhone is the one who started smartphone trend. Now they copies everything from iOS with little bit of their tech and says we are iPhone killer.

    puja

    (October 19, 2011 - 7:24 pm)

    Specs mean nothing. How many “iPhone killers” haven’t we seen already and how badly each and every phone failed? (Galaxy S phones did somewhat well though)

    Do you know that one-to-one finger tracking on Galaxy Nexus unveiled today, isn’t still not possible? It’s a shame that a phone with dual core CPU with high-end specs and the latest Android still can’t do that?

    The browser experience is still shitty. The ecosystem for apps itself is so pathetic. It’s so surprising that the users have to wait for Ice cream Sandwich just to have native screenshot functionality.

    The battery even though how big the numbers claim, every Android phone can’t even last half a day.

    For Android developers, there is one more resolution 1280×720 to tackle.

    – Puja, (iOS and Android developer).

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