iPhone 4S, Galaxy Nexus RAZR

In time for the lucrative business of the year Apple, Samsung and Motorola have introduced their smartphone flagship models. Apple was the fastest with the iPhone 4S, we have been subjected to a detailed review. Nevertheless, that also means that the iPhone 4S is better than Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Motorola RAZR? The Apple iPhone 4S makes things right, a completely new design but it is not – at least it does not look like it.

That certainly cannot accuse both Android rivals, even though at least the Motorola model also bears the name of a famous ancestor. They have been completely redesigned and have their predecessors (if one can speak the RAZR at all of them) little or nothing in common. Therefore, the Galaxy Nexus shows off a huge display and new, razor-sharp resolution, while in name actually in favour predestined Motorola RAZR on a now already repeatedly used resolution and a standard screen size sets, but comes with housing and waterproof top design.

It comes to the Apple phone. The fans of the mobile phone especially for these, who love a stylish appearance, have no problem with degraded conditions and do not need so much effort. In addition, who buys the Motorola model? Individuals, who do not want to leave some freedom, nonetheless want put emphasis on technique and aesthetics. Too many stereotypes? Let us see the models more closely. The Galaxy Nexus has huge 4.65 inches and a pin sharp resolution 1.280 x 720 pixels along with Super AMOLED technology – Not so long ago this pixel cluster was still current on TVs across the 40-inch size.

Technically size is Motorola with 4.3-inch Super AMOLED on the second place of the test troika, but it cannot at the resolution and the number of pixels per inch (PPI) to compete with the iPhone 4S – here lies with the RAZR 256 pixels distant second behind, with 330 pixels Apple marked the peak. Feat, after all, the iPhone screen with 3.5-inch touchscreen IPS LCD technology and by far the smallest.

The processors there is more or less consensus – at least in the choice of the number. All three smartphone models use dual core, Motorola and Samsung chips use with 1.2 GHz clock speed per core. At least on paper, Apple is back.