Galaxy Nexus, Droid RAZR MAXX comparison battle video

We know just how much our readers love a good old fashioned smartphone comparison battle, so today we have a couple of Android giants doing battle and pitting Android Ice Cream Sandwich against Android 2.3 Gingerbread in a two-part video for your viewing pleasure below, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus pitted against the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX.

The Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX versus the Samsung Galaxy Nexus comparison videos come our way courtesy of Aaron Baker over at Phone Dog, and combined deliver a cool 25-minutes of Android in fighting to see which device can be victorious.

As usual with these kind of things we’ll kick off with a few spec differences between the two Android handsets, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD touch screen whilst the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced touch screen.

Processor wise both smartphones pack a 1.2GHz dual core IT OMAP processor, camera wise the RAZR MAXX pips the Galaxy Nexus with an 8 megapixel rear facing camera whilst the Nexus sports a 5 megapixel snapper.

Battery wise the Galaxy Nexus has an 1850mAh battery while the Droid RAZ MAXX has a 3300mAh battery, both sport 4G LTE and obviously the Galaxy Nexus pips the Droid RAZR MAXX when it comes to operating system.

Apparently Motorola estimates that the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX battery can deliver up to 21.5 hours of talk time on a single charge, so the smartphone can clearly blow the competition away in that area, but which device would you rather own?

Anyway that’s more than enough from me so I’ll let you head on down to hit those play buttons to check out the comparison footage and make up your won mind as to which is the outright winner…enjoy.

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2 thoughts on “Galaxy Nexus, Droid RAZR MAXX comparison battle video”

    1. RoyalFlyness says:

      Go with the G-Nex, I did. I returned my Razr (not maxx) and picked up the G-Nex. It’s by far the best phone that I’ve ever used. After 2 weeks w/ My Razr I experienced slowdown; though not as bad as the Droid X was it was still inexcusable for a brand new phone.Not having an NFC chip was a bit of a deal breaker for me too. It can’t be used in many places right now but in the few cases in which you can take advantage of it’s technology it’s awesome. ICS is great.

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