Samsung i5700 Galaxy Vs Google Nexus One

Posted on 16 March 2010

Samsung i5700 Galaxy is one of the most efficient phones from the manufacturer, with a 800MHz processor. The phone, which is commonly known as Spica comes in great color combination of black & red and green & white which make it quite unique.

Nexus One, on the other hand, works on GPS and Bluetooth. The biggest advantage of the Nexus One is Android’s gigantic open source system.

Samsung i5700 Galaxy comes with 3.2 inches capacitive display with 320 x 480 pixels resolution. The image quality is very sharp, and the handset is very comfortable to hold in palm. It has a 3.2 megapixel camera which gives nice results. In contrast to this, Google’s Nexus One has the most powerful Snapdragon processor, and 3.7 inches AMOLED display that make it stand out from the rest. The 5 megapixel autofocus camera also has LED flash and digital zoom.

Samsung i5700 Galaxy has a new multi functional button on its left, that allows you to use many dedicated applications which include phone contacts, messaging, calendar and Google, etc. There is also a volume control button, 3.5 mm jack and micro USD port on top. It also has a unique locking and unlocking screen button and shutter for the camera. As compared to this, the Google Nexus One is much more elegant and has some great outstanding features such as transcribing voice to text, and voice direction to help in easy driving. There is a stylish 3.5 mm stereo audio jack also present.

Both the phones are great to use and have their own respective features. Which one is best for you depends upon your requirements, but with the Nexus One’s open source system, we can expect constant up gradations and hope that it will keep more up to date with the new advancements in technology.

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  1. I am a current Omnia (910) user on Verizon who was extremely disappointed with Windows Mobile 6.1 and Samsung’s shell. Wound up getting SPB Mobile Shell to have a usable interface and needed to abandon Exchange e mail on account of protection restrictions. Basically anytime you tried to spot or obtain a call, you had to enter your PIN and I was missing calls as being a result. Lastly made the decision to abandon smartphones for your time getting (economic factors) and wait for a fantastic Android gadget. The Galaxy S (Facinate) ought to fit the bill. Disappointed to hear with the GPS issues. Let me add that Verizon’s 3G assistance was excellent through and I eventually stopped using WiFi since V3G was plenty rapidly enough for me.Interestingly, I’m applying the Omnia to be a wireless device all-around the property for checking electronic mail, Twitter, Facebook and easy browsing. But not being a mobile phone!


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