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Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
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User Rank: Apprentice
10/21/2011 | 2:45:42 PM
re: Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
Writer left most important out;
Samsung: newest clean version android, unlocked bootloader, camera be good
Moto: notoriously slow software updates, blur sucks, locked bootloader
Hands down samsung wins easily.
User Rank: Apprentice
10/21/2011 | 6:53:53 AM
re: Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
I would like to see that book where RAZR beats Nexus on hardware.
Is RAZR bound to Motorola Blur rather than clean Android?
That is really the only question that matters, which was not even mentioned here.
Why is it that manufacturers infect their devices with this crap UI which makes people stay away from their devices, is beyond me.
Just offer your layer as a removable option, and see what it does to sales.
I will stay with clean Android, thank you very much.
User Rank: Apprentice
10/21/2011 | 1:29:27 AM
re: Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
This post is funny and not worth a second of anyones time. Stating nothing but listing their official spec sheet, and proves himself having no idea at all about these devices saying, "Razr comes out top in my book", uh...based on...ok..Your book? LOL like what kinda source is that I really want to know. Oh wait is it cuz the motos got a bluetooth 4? 8 mp cam? LOL
this nexus's 5mp will blow that 8mp out of the water any given day. its all about image processor. and bluetooth....pfff. is that really even worth mentioning? Please be more knowledgeable before posting something like this in a site called "INFORMATION WEEK"

plus, (and Google's actually trying to buy Motorola right now?) sigh...
asking readers whats already been done in a information week post. The acquisition is only pending to get approved from the gov. regulators, in other words, technically it is bought already.
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