Video: Google Nexus One Compared to Motorola Droid

For a change rather than compare the latest Android smartphone from Google, the Nexus One with the iconic iPhone, we have today a video comparison for your consideration between the Nexus One and the Motorola Droid.

In the eight and a half minute video below, we have an Android smartphone up against another Android smartphone in this smackdown comparison performed by the guys over at wirefly and comes courtesy of daily mobile.

In this comparison the Nexus One runs Android 2.1 while the Droid runs Android 2.0 and starts off with the usual physical comparison between the two smartphones. With the Nexus One being slimmer and lighter, but then the Nexus One doesn’t sport a physical keyboard.

The Nexus One comes with a 4GB preinstalled SD card while the Droid sports a 16GB card installed giving the Droid more memory out of the box. So enough from me, check out the Nexus One vs. Motorola Droid video below and enjoy.


2 thoughts on “Video: Google Nexus One Compared to Motorola Droid”

  1. Joe says:

    First off the nexus one without a doubt is a great phone but I’m using the ported 2.1 on my droid and it runs just as good as nexus. I personally compared the two, ordering a nexus on on jan 5th and the nexus is horrible out doors and I don’t know what the fuss is. I love the pull out keyboard and the 2.1 I’m running comes with all the features on nexus so I’m extremely happy. Go droid so wen u guys show the droid in the video above it looks like a completely diff phone bcuz when I compare my two phones the only diff is keyboard n. The droid does

  2. Charles says:

    You should a touch screen sensitivity test because I saw blog that the blogger supported the IPhone when I did it myself just with much better results than they gave the Droid and must likely other Google phones

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