Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs. Samsung Galaxy Nexus: A Comparison of Two Samsung Phones

It should actually be a no-brainer. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was released last year as the first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone, but has since been overshadowed by devices such as the Galaxy S3.
Just by considering that alone, the Galaxy Nexus should definitely pale in comparison to the brand-new Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which was launched just a few days ago in Germany. But given that the Galaxy Nexus is considered by some to be last year’s cream of the crop among smartphones, let’s see how it stacks up against the Galaxy Note 2. The Galaxy Nexus is still a device that stands out for its design. Thinness is more important than internal specs for some, and if you’re looking for a thin device, the Galaxy Nexus beats the Galaxy Note 2, 8.9mm to 9.4mm. The Galaxy Nexus is also 55 grams lighter, at 135 grams So if you’re solely concerned about how thin and light your device is, the older phone will be the better choice. However, the Galaxy Note 2 has the Galaxy Nexus beaten almost everywhere else. The new Samsung “phablet” will have quad-core power backing it up – an Exynos processor mated with 2 GB RAM. The Galaxy Nexus, on the other hand, has a 1.2 GHz TI OMAP 4460 dual-core processor. The Galaxy Note 2 offers more internal storage options (16, 32 and 64 GB) compared to the 16 and 32 GB options for the Galaxy Nexus – moreover, the latter phone doesn’t support microSD. And though it’s a bit disappointing the Galaxy Note 2’s camera is “only” 8 megapixels, it’s still a great deal better than the puny 5-megapixel rear camera on the Galaxy Nexus. 。 sex gadget,sex toy,adult toy

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