In one corner, we have the Galaxy Nexus. This is Google’s current flagship device, the first to boast Android 4.0 (better known as Ice Cream Sandwich). In the other corner we have the Galaxy Note, the half tablet/half smartphone that has already taken Europe by storm, and is finally making it to the North American shores. Below we have broken down the specs of each, which device is for you?
Galaxy Nexus vs. Galaxy Note:
Galaxy Nexus: 1.2GHZ dual core processor
Galaxy Note: 1.4GHZ dual core processor
Galaxy Nexus: 16GB/32GB internal (depending on variant); no expandable memory
Galaxy Note: 16GB internal; microSD slot for expandable memory
Galaxy Nexus: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Galaxy Note: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Galaxy Nexus: 4.65″ HD Super Amoled Display; 1280 x 720 pixel resolution
Galaxy Note: 5.29″ HD Super Amoled Display; 800 x 1280 pixel resolution
Galaxy Nexus: 5.0MP Rear-facing Camera, 1.3MP Front-facing Camera with Flash
Galaxy Note: 8.0MP Rear-facing Camera, 2MP Front-facing Camera
Galaxy Nexus: 1750mAh
Galaxy Note: 2500mAh
Galaxy Nexus: 135.5 x 67.94 x 8.94mm; weighs 135g
Galaxy Note: 146.85 x 82.95 x 9.65mm; weighs 178g
Galaxy Nexus: True Android experience without any manufacturer ‘tweaks’ to the OS.
Galaxy Note: S Pen included for traditional tablet input.