Motorola DROID 4 vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus
No question about this one, but the Galaxy Nexus is the clear choice winner if your primary focus is on taking photos. As we’ve come to expect, a higher megapixel count camera doesn’t necessarily translate to the better-looking photos, and of course, it’s quite indicative with this comparison. Although details are nearly the same on both devices with their soft appearance, it’s the natural color production of the Galaxy Nexus that enables its results to be the more appealing of the two. Also, it’s remarkably faster in snapping a shot versus the slower pace of the DROID 4. And even though their performances under low lighting aren’t anything worth bragging about, the LED flash on the Galaxy Nexus appears to be more potent as it casts some decent lighting to balance the tones of its colors.
1080p high definition video capture. Even though the Galaxy Nexus has the better details, colors, and audio recording, the DROID 4 has the smoother playback thanks to its 29 frames per second rate, which edges out the choppy look found with the 24 frames per second rate of the Galaxy Nexus. Regardless of that, the DROID 4’s results aren’t that favorable since it’s void of any sharp details or neutral colors.
Motorola DROID 4 Sample Video:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Sample Video:
Equipped with some spiffy looking 3D visuals with their music players, there isn’t a whole lot different with the two when you look at them on the surface – albeit, we appreciate the DROID 4 getting us to sing along to our favorite songs since it displays the lyrics. In terms of audio quality, our ears enjoy the robust tones emitted by their respective speakers, but the DROID 4’s volume output is a tad stronger, though, it’s not by much.
Enchanting us with its generous size and magnificent looking colors, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is evidently the preferred choice for watching videos. Well, it’s still acceptable on the DROID 4, but seeing its display is smaller and its colors are blander in tone, it lacks the iridescence to match the wonderful performance of the Galaxy Nexus. However, it’s worth noting that Samsung’s beauty cannot play videos encoded in DivX or Xvid out of the box – whereas, the DROID 4 can.
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