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Motorola Moto G Samsung GALAXY Nexus

Motorola Moto G vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Motorola Moto G

Reasons to consider the Moto G

3.5G, Android-4.3-Jelly-Bean
FM Radio Built-in FM radio Yes vs No Listen to your music and news from your favorite radio stations wherever you are
Bluetooth Newer bluetooth support 4.0 vs 3.0 Typically faster data transfer and lower power consumption connecting to other bluetooth devices
Screen PPI Slightly higher PPI screen 326 PPI vs 315 PPI Almost the same
Samsung GALAXY Nexus

Reasons to consider the Galaxy Nexus

4G, Google Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Screen type OLED screen Super AMOLED vs LCD The Galaxy Nexus has a OLED screen, which are generally brighter and more vivid
Movie format Higher resolution movies 1080p @ 30fps vs 720p @ 30fps Shoots higher resolution Full HD (1080p) video
Thickness Thinner 9 mm vs 12 mm Around 20% thinner
Size Slightly smaller 68×135×9 mm vs 66×130×12 mm More than 10% smaller
Screen size Slightly larger screen 4.7"" vs 4.5"" Around 10% larger screen

Competitors

Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
Screen PPI Sharp display of text, images and video
Moto G326 PPI
Galaxy Nexus315 PPI
Bluetooth Recent bluetooth support
Moto G4.0
Galaxy Nexus3.0
Network Fast data transfer
Moto GHSDPA (21 mbps)
Galaxy NexusLTE (80 mbps)
Screen resolution High resolution screens
1,280x720
GPS Have assisted GPS
Assisted GPS
Wifi Both have fairly fast wifi support
802.11n (150 mbps)
Thickness Thin
Moto G12 mm
Galaxy Nexus9 mm
compatibility-score Works with many headphones
1.0
Numeric keypad Neither has a numeric keypad
Its often harder to dial numbers with a touch screen or keyboard

Compared to recent smartphones

Pros Cons

We're not aware of any interesting pros shared by these two products.

Keyboard Neither has a physical keyboard
No keyboard
Camera resolution Capture low resolution images
5 MP

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