Difference between Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Sony Xperia S
If you’d take a look on Samsung’s Galaxy Note, it’s own counterpart the Galaxy Nexus is not far in terms of size. But beyond that, there are a lot of amazing features this smartphone has to offer. Compared to the Sony Xperia S which is also a superb smartphone, you’ll really have your brains mixed up, for its truly difficult to choose from the two.
Design and Performance
Some people say bigger is better, some also rather chooses to go with the normal sized phones but with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, we’re talking big. Close to the Galaxy Note, this gadget displays a 4.7”-screen for better wide viewing. Stunning images and HD movies can be much more appreciated upon viewing it through this. But what really takes this one far away from the Note is its operating system. It is powered by an Android 4.0 1.2GHz dual-processor making it truly fast! Jumping from app to app is just a split second away.
The Sony Xperia S is more smaller with a 4.3”-HD screen, which is just the appropriate size for most people. This is the first Android powered smartphone since their recent split with Erickson. It really is designed giving it it’s unique distinctive features such as the highly noticeable transparent bar below the phone that give a vibrant white glow. Inside of it actually holds the smartphone’s antenna strip! Let’s now get to the processor. The Sony Xperia S is powered by an Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread under the Timescape skin. Clearly, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus beats the Xperia S fair and square in terms of speed, hats off. Sony must upgrade to the latest ICS and give Xperia S what it truly needs.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has a 5-megapixel rear camera with the Super AMOLED Plus Technology giving you the power to take great quality images and shoot 720p resolution videos.
On the other hand, when it comes to cameras, the Galaxy Nexus is push down to the ground for the Sony Xperia S has its 12.1-megapixel camera in the rear enabling you to shoot marvelous stunning images and shoot 1080p resolution videos as well. They have also included one nifty feature wherein you can also simulate or shoot videos through 3D!