iPhone 4S vs Galaxy Nexus cameras, supremacy?
South Korean company Samsung and Californian Apple have this year been battling it out, whether it’s in court fighting over patents or in retailer stores in the quest for smartphone supremacy. Within the last quarter of this year, Samsung have introduced their new Galaxy Nexus with impressive 4.65-inch screen, with Apple releasing their new iPhone 4S with added features such as Siri voice recognition, A5 dual core processor and the introduction of iOS 5 OS.
With two massive contenders side by side, we wanted to look at how they fair in terms of their camera size and capability. First off if we tell you that this year Apple have wowed their new and existing audience, with the introduction of an 8 megapixel camera compared to that of the Galaxy Nexus packing a smaller 5 megapixel.
Although as cmvlive.com keenly pointed out, Apple take the lead in terms of higher pixel resolutions, we mustn’t forget that both companies offer users the benefit of 1080p video recording, LED flash, geo-tagging, autofocus and the impressive introduction of Face Detection.
On taking a video recording, the iPhone 4S wins over the Galaxy Nexus with video stabilization, but let’s not forget there’s a new iOS 5 OS offering over 200 new features, Siri voice activation, retina display, although here the Galaxy Nexus does have the edge with a higher resolution screen.
As we always say when comparing handsets against one another, it really comes down to personal preference but on paper the iPhone 4S just takes the biscuit with camera capability.
Do you agree, are you an avid Apple fan or perhaps the Galaxy Nexus has wowed you?