Motorola Droid Razr vs. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (chart)

CNET compiles a quick comparison chart comparing the recently announced Motorola Droid Razr and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Today's definitely a big day in Android land, with not one but two big phone announcements. First, Motorola announced the Droid Razr , which packs plenty of power in a very slim package.

Later, Samsung released news of the Galaxy Nexus , which sets the standard for Android phones with the brand-new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. We know many Android fans out there want to know the facts about both these handsets, so we created a quick and dirty spec sheet comparison. Of course, we're still discovering details about the Galaxy Nexus as we write this, so we'll be sure to fill in any missing information once we find out. Let us know in our comments section if you spot anything missing.


Motorola Droid RazrSamsung Galaxy Nexus
Display4.3 inches, Super AMOLED Advanced, qHD 960x540-pixel resolution4.65 inches, Super AMOLED HD, 1,280x720-pixel resolution
Dimensions130.7x68.9x7.1mm (5.14 inches by 2.71 inches by 0.28 inch)135.5x67.94x8.94mm (5.33 inches by 2.67 inches by 0.35 inch) for the HSPA+ model
Weight127 grams (4.48 ounces)135 grams (4.76 ounces)
Processor1.2GHz dual-core processor1.2GHz dual-core processor
OSAndroid 2.3.5 Gingerbread, Motoblur interfaceAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Rear camera8-megapixel, 1080p HD video capture5-megapixel, with zero shutter lag; 1080p HD video capture
Front camera1.3-megapixel, 720p HD video1.3-megapixel
RAM1GB1GB
Storage16GB onboard; 16GB card preinstalled. Supports up to 32GB microSD card16GB or 32GB onboard. No word if there's room for microSD storage.
Battery1,780mAh; not removable1,750mAh; removable
BluetoothBluetooth 4.0Bluetooth 3.0
NFCNoYes
BarometerNoYes
4GLTELTE or Pentaband HSPA+ (depends on market)
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