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What is the difference between iphone and google Nexus?

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What we know about the iphone is that is drops calls more frequently and they stopped selling them in NY for a small period without any explanations. Obviously the iphones clogged the network and it could happen to any other major cities with a large amount of iphone users. One of the main reason we're still talk about the iphone is that it gets the benefit of being the pioneer but remember it had it's glitches as well when it was first launched and people stuck with it because there wasn't any real competition and of course credit to apple's marketing abilities.


You hardly hear ANY newly launched product that doesn't have any glitches in the beginning, and it doesn't necessary mean that product is a failure. The question lies in if it's an isolated case or individual experience? Is it fixable? Or can it be improved without additional expenses? As far as processing speed the Nexus is above iPhone just look at their specs side by side to compare.

I would advise you to be patient and do the following first:

1.Compare their specs side by side

2.Research the service provider in terms of the area you live and your travels - coverage & the less users is probably better at this instance, you don't want a provider that has overextended themselves in terms of users.

3.Determine your usage - browsing, txting, gps and etc... Some ppl waste their money on apps they'll never use or have specs which are beyond them. Waste is never good.

4.Check your budget - $79 per mnth + $179 for Nexus(unlocked) to as $99 per mnth + $199 iPhone(locked), to sum it up there is $240 in yr savings with Nexus.

Go at their websites to check & compare their plans, for what i know Apple is very good at milking their customers without even noticing.
Be an objective buyer and don't follow what the guy in the Turtleneck sweater says, there isn't an app for commonsense.





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Tom Wells said...
January 11, 2010 at 7:56 PM  

I would go for the Nexus because Google has a bigger place in the internet market and they are integrating this with the reveling of there brand new phone Nexus. Apple has had a big place in this market and are in a league of there own. Now Google is stepping in the picture. Before the Nexus google has not really done any promotion toward there products they transpire by word of mouth but this is all changing with Nexus and they are going to be promoting it heavily.

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mike said...
January 11, 2010 at 7:56 PM  

I like the iphone better.

Google Apple and Apple Google have very love/hate relationship remember google did create quite a few apps that run with Iphone and the new phone is to enter the market place with a product of their own because they are trying to develop format one for their advertising ideas they bought a mobile ad company and so did apple in return.

Nexus One isn't a "Google" phone its marketed funny its a "HTC" phone still just like my touch but its brand with Google instead and it is said google has no interest in building their own phone they just wanted to offer it without contract for sale on their site even. Google doesn't want to be left out either it wants the marketplace so it will deal with anyone and everyone it can even if they don't like them much.

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vasa said...
January 11, 2010 at 7:57 PM  

iphone is still the best choice according to all test sites.You should know that apple has registered a lot of patterns that all the other competitors cannot use. So, the Nexus cannot be as good as the iphone, not because the designers at google are not good, but because they cannot use the good ideas that have been registered already by apple..

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Kimly said...
January 11, 2010 at 7:57 PM  

Nexus one is nothing but hype, when I was watching the launch I was amazed, but the excitement died down a day after, except for the voice command input, nothing else is great about Nexus one. You must already know about iphone though. No multi-touch in nexus one

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Kimly said...
January 11, 2010 at 7:57 PM  

Nexus one is nothing but hype, when I was watching the launch I was amazed, but the excitement died down a day after, except for the voice command input, nothing else is great about Nexus one. You must already know about iphone though. No multi-touch in nexus one

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