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Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs. Droid RAZR by Motorola: the tale of the tape

Billy Steele
10.18.11
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Well folks, the wait is over. Now you can push the rumors, early introductions and other pre-announcement ramblings aside and focus on the real matter at hand: which of these shiny new handsets will you buy? Will it be the Galaxy Nexus or the Droid RAZR? Let us offer some insight into the matter as we dive head-first into the specs below.


Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Droid RAZR by Motorola

Price (on contract) TBA $299
Processor 1.2GHz dual-core
Texas Instruments
OMAP 4460
1.2GHz dual-core
Texas Instruments
OMAP 4430
Display 4.65-inch curved glass
HD Super AMOLED
1280 x 720
4.3-inch
qHD Super AMOLED
960 x 540
Primary camera 5 megapixel with zero
shutter lag
8 megapixel
Front-facing camera 1.3 megapixel 1.3 megapixel
Video recording 1080p at 30fps 1080p at 30fps
Cellular LTE or HSPA+, GSM LTE, CDMA / EVDO
or
HSPA+, GSM
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n 802.11 b/g/n
NFC Yes No
Memory 1GB RAM 1GB RAM
Storage 16GB / 32GB
internal storage
16GB internal storage
16GB microSD card
Operating System Android 4.0
Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 2.3
Gingerbread
Battery 1,750mAh 1,800mAh
Quoted Battery life TBD Up to 12.5 hours talk time

Up to 8.9 hours video
Weight 135g / 4.76oz 127g / 4.48oz
Thickness 8.94mm / 0.35in
(HSPA+ model)
7.1mm / 0.28in

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