Samsung Nexus Prime set to dwarf iPhone 4/5?

Yesterday the news broke that Samsung accidentally announced itself as partner for the next flagship “pure Android” device. The Nexus Prime – if rumors are to be believed – will play host to an incredible array of specs. With a 4.5″ Super AMOLED display and processing power supplied by a 1.5GHz core chip, this robot is going to be a beast. (That is, of course, if the speculation is correct.)

With a screen that size and a processor that powerful it is set to dwarf the current iPhone and possibly the iPhone 5 in almost every way conceivable. (Unless Apple files a lawsuit and gets a block on sales in place.) We know that the next iPhone will have the A5 processor, which is dual-core, that’s a given. We don’t know how powerful it is – since Apple keeps it secret – but it’s almost certainly not 1.5GHz. What about display size? The current iPhone’s 3.5″ screen is already looking a tad small compared to its biggest rivals. If the Prime does have a 4.5″ display, that’s an entire inch of difference. Even if the next Apple handset sports a 4″ screen, it’s still tiny compared to the Prime’s purported specs. Granted, a 4.5″ display is certainly pushing in to the realm of too big, but, who wants to carry a device that looks puny and weak against the top Google-dog?

 

What do you guys think? Will the iPhone 5 be a pace setter? Or will it be blown away by the Prime? (Talking performance here, not sales.) A lot will come down to how will Ice Cream Sandwich holds up in the real world. iOS 5 is going to be tough to beat (since it’s stolen the best parts of all the other major phone OSes.)

Via: GSMArena

 

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  • Krazyjack

    I’m not sure. I think it will depend on how it looks and feels. To me, most Samsung phones now look and feel cheap. And it can’t have any carrier BS preinstalled. I’m all for a 100% Google phone. I’m surprised that Moto isn’t making it since Google bought them.

    • http://twitter.com/DarknesSx_LDS Moaz B. Bambi

      In real life, you can’t buy a company and the next month you make it make a Flagship device…
      ========
      My comment:
      I really would love to see Samy makes the next Nexus to be TOP of the line and superior device to anything that be considered as a competition (much like what’s happening with Galaxy S II … as anyone with a sane mind knows that NO OTHER DEVICE can be called a GSII competitor) <<< HTC Sensation owner….

      now on the other hand (which will explain why i skipped GSII and bought a Sensation), it will be a HELL of an UGLY, UGLY, UGLY phone (Again, much like the GSII, Which -in my opinion- the UGLIEST phone on the planet…)

      so, it will be UGLY as HELL but it'll set the standards and it'll be top notch tech :)

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Simon-Yu/100000989859895 Simon Yu

        The Galaxy S II is a pretty nice looking device, although nothing to HTC design standards; but opinion is opinion.

      • Kindsir

        Did you really just say the gs II is ugly? You need a new pair of eyes

        • http://www.usefacetime.com John22s

          With the screen turned off, it kinda is.

        • http://www.usefacetime.com John22s

          With the screen turned off, it kinda is.

      • Ehook68

        Moaz, I think you are truly the first to say the Galaxy is an ugly phone.  It has been reviewed, held, looked at by both reviewers and consumers alike to be beautiful with its streamlinedness, thinness and bright display.   Not sure what you want.  If you are looking for things to put HTC on top for, YES, they make awesome phones, and up til the GSII, Prolly better.  But not with the Sensation vs GSII.  I am sure they will come back and be equal in quality tho.  Many do prefer Sense over Touchwiz fwiw

        • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

          Everyone has their own opinion and I too think that the SGSII is ugly and very cheap looking. And so do A LOT of other people, where have you been my friend?

          • Demo

            Sgs II ugly, No……Cheap, Yes!

          • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

            Lmao, it’s made out of the plastic you’ll find on a toy. They could really amp of their product if they use some good solid material that is still light and durable. But hey, I’m just a no one. They needa better design team tho.
            From my HTC Sensation 4G

        • http://twitter.com/DarknesSx_LDS Moaz B. Bambi

          Trust me, i’m not the first nor the last to say it… People are different in what they like, that’s y Android is the BEST OS because it offers choices…

          what i’m talking about here is PURE hardware design ugliness,,, not screen not UI just the design,,,, (Screen is gorgeous, a bit oversaturated but gorgeous, UI is nothing compared to Sense UI) but that’s not the point, my point is i (and A LOT of people out there) just can’t accept the design of GSII … i find it PRETTY ugly that -to be honest- i can’t imagine myself holding that thing in my hand… it’s like an iPhone 4, just with a whole new level of ugliness, like a badly designed iPhone 4… i really hate the DESIGN only but the specs and SAMOLED+ are AWESOME and the UI, well, it’s an Android… i can change the UI whenever i want… :D

          So, i’m waiting for HTC Vigor which has an awesome (leaked) design and super specs… 
          but imo, Sensation has THE best phone design on the planet. Next is the HTC Vigor, then iPhone 4 and EVO 3D in the 3rd place together…

          • Jonathan Johnson

            LOLOL You all are talking about a phone like it’s a pair of shoes or a purse?  Who cares what it looks like as long as it has the functionality.  It’s not like you’re gonna go on a catwalk with it and strut your stuff right?  Ok maybe just maybe I drew too much of a feminin picture.  I can get how a car should look nice and have great curves, but a phone…really?  Is it that much of a status symbol to you?  Here let me dip a display model GS2 in pure Gold and embed diamonds into it.  Will it look pretty enough and feel heavy enough like a “real” phone to you now?

          • John M

            The HTC Sensation is a great looking phone, but to sat that the SGS2 is ugly…. i think you need new glasses my friend

  • Gorthex

    iPhone 5 will sport an A5 processor not an A6. My proof is apple put an A4 in the original iPad before the iPhone 4

    • Snolax93

      Who the hell even said anything about an A6.

    • Snolax93

      Who the hell even said anything about an A6.

    • Snolax93

      Who the hell even said anything about an A6.

    • http://profiles.google.com/tgbtg.noah Noah Evans

      past actions can never be used to prove future decisions, especially with apple. Never the less I totally agree, the iphone 5 will almost certainly run on the A5 not the A6. 

    • Demo

      A6, geez!! Slow down there.

  • David

    Well both phones have different people they sell to so both will fare well. I’d say it won’t hurt the iPhone because regardless of specs it probably won’t be as smooth as the iPhone and will probably have bad battery life compared to the iPhone. Also the Nexus won’t have as good of a camera or screen, though people who prefer bigger screens might like the size.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

      iOS implements hardware acceleration, so UI navigation is smoother than unoptimized Android builds. However, even without HW acceleration modern Android smartphones are nearing than level of responsiveness all the while offering more features baked into the OS.

      The upcoming Android Ice Cream Sandwich update will be the first to feature full hardware optimization and bridges the gap between phone and tablet platforms. Thus, by this year one of the iPhone’s remaining advantages will be rendered moot.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Simon-Yu/100000989859895 Simon Yu

      Erm.. good. I didn’t know you had a Nexus Prime already to compare to the iPhone 5, which you must have already also.

    • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

      Camera is one thing which has been lacking on the iPhone since the beginning (no flash till 2010??) so I don’t know what you base that one on…

    • Anonymous

      Camera? The Galaxy S2′s camera is incredible, and Apple isn’t known for including great cameras with the iPhone while Samsung has a pretty good track record with that. In terms of feel/build quality Samsung doesn’t stand a chance though, and it’s really the only area where I think Samsung needs some serious improvements. And I’m not buying the whole plastic > metal argument. I’m fine with plastic, but not the kind Samsung uses. 

      And the Nexus will definitely have a comparable screen. The iPhone will probably still have higher resolution, but Samsung’s SAMOLED displays are gorgeous. It’s a matter of preference as to which you prefer, but considering higher resolution also equates to less battery life, I’ll take the SAMOLED, especially since Android is not known for stellar battery life.

      • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

        Build quality? You’ve clearly never used an iphone 4 and s2. Many (i.e., over 20) of my adult students sport the iphone 4 or the s2, and the s2′s build quality is unequivocally better than the iphone 4′s. I have never seen anyone try to argue the reverse until now. If you sincerely believe Samsung doesn’t stand a change in terms of build quality, you need to wake up. 

  • Socalfrank1

    It’s all about the software and what the phone can do. iPhone has better apps and if you use other Apple products like iPad and Mac, you would be best served with an iPhone regardless of screen size.
    Androids low away iPhone when it comes to voice to text and navigation.
    I

    • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

      “iPhone has better apps”

      Debatable – there are a half million between them to compare after all so it’s difficult to justify a statement like that. I would say that both platforms are spoilt for choice on the App front, especially in games.

      • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

        Iphone apps generally perform significantly better than s2′s. I speak from experience with both phones, not from reading internet articles. The app debate is one concerning the quality, not the quantity, of the app market.

    • Ehook68

      If you look at this objectively, while I am a total fanboy, I agree that if you have all other Apple products, it may serve you better to get the iphone.  Sadly thats the very thing they do that I dont like.  Try to manipulate u into having to use all of their products

      • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

        Every company does this. If that’s your reason for disliking Apple, I suppose you dislike every company.

        • ivel

          Every company would LIKE you to use their other products, but no one places restrictions that “force” users to use their other products like Apple does.

  • Digitaltouch

    I mean it sounds like it will be more powerful, but like apple has always said power is not everything. It’s the experience and simplicity of a device, power specs don’t mean anything if the experience sucks.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

      Well, the experience ‘sucks’ on Windows than on Mac OS X, but many people prefer a Windows machine due to its flexibility and compatibility across different hardware configurations. It also supports mods and customization, allowing people to personalize their PC’s on the hardware and software front. 

      I’d take a custom-built gaming rig costing only $800 than a $2000 iMac that does the same or even less for the money.

      • Jarrod

        Have fun paying for 200$ new os updates and buying new versions office which also cost 100$+ after doing all that you will spend more money then you would buying a mac. Then on top of that macs are more reliable and will last longer due to the precision building of the machines. Granted you cant run every thing a windows machine can but you can run windows if needed to do the few things you cant do on the mac.

        • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

          Derp, as a student I got great discounts on MS software (free Windows 7 Ultimate, $100 Office) so it’s pretty much a good deal. My entire rig only costs $600 and it does everything a Mac can do and more. And protip: PC’s last longer because you only need to upgrade components if you need it, and not have to buy an entire system.

          Just try playing Crysis on maximum settings with your puny AMD HD5770 lol.

          • Anonymous

            Planning on being a student your whole life?

          • Anonymous

            Planning on being a student your whole life?

          • Chris

            Planning on buying a newer version of Office every time one comes out your whole life?

            I haven’t bought an Office product in years. We have a multi-license copy of Office XP, so we put that on all our new computers, and we’ve never needed to update to a different version of Office. It’s from 2003, it works with everything, and it doesn’t have those damn ribbons.

            If you constantly upgrade to new versions of Office on your personal computer, you’re doing it wrong. You don’t do it, so don’t argue as if it’s a relevant part of any debate.

        • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

          Derp, as a student I got great discounts on MS software (free Windows 7 Ultimate, $100 Office) so it’s pretty much a good deal. My entire rig only costs $600 and it does everything a Mac can do and more. And protip: PC’s last longer because you only need to upgrade components if you need it, and not have to buy an entire system.

          Just try playing Crysis on maximum settings with your puny AMD HD5770 lol.

        • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

          You might want to look over those numbers (1200 dollars on software??). And don’t Mac users have to pay for an office suite too? Besides, if the cost of software is an issue, there are plenty of free alternatives available. For example, I choose to use LibreOffice as my office suite (even though I have copy of MS Office lying around). You should try it, it’ll work on a Mac too. 

        • Romes2dam

          Yeah that’s paying overtime not $2000 up front…I prefer windows and so do millions of others…as far as pc go apple will not beat MS…

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Pa-Robert/1848440987 Pa Robert

      Spoken like a true fanboy. Inferior hardware, closed os, iTune$ but “great experience” Right.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Pa-Robert/1848440987 Pa Robert

      Spoken like a true fanboy. Inferior hardware, closed os, iTune$ but “great experience” Right.

      • Jarrod

        I don’t consider myself a “fanboy”. I love how you say inferior hardware, The hard ware in my mac is miles better then most new windows computers and its 2 years old. And it does have a great experience, I know some windows users will miss their computers locking up and doing other crazy thing I knew I felt that way when I got a mac i was going to miss being side tracked by the computer doing what ever it wanted. But I can proudly say I dont miss the fragmentation and the stupidity of the hardware and computer. If the os is so “closed” why can you run pretty much every operating system on the market?

        • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

          You know why he called Macs as having inferior hardware? That’s because it’s true.

          http://realitypod.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/whynottobuyamac.png

          Read up.

        • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

          “If the os is so “closed” why can you run pretty much every operating system on the market?”

          He’s referring to the OS being closed, not the hardware. You can run Windows on Mac hardware simply because Apple have not blocked it. In fact, It is in Apple’s interest to allow it since users demand the ability to run Windows-only software like a lot of games and other tools. That same “openness” does extend to the iPhone however. While you could theoretically circumvent Apple’s blocks and run different OSes on an iPhone, try hacking Android OS onto one and you could soon find yourself in a courtroom! When people say that Apple’s iOS is closed compared to Android, they are usually referring to the fact that iOS users are forced to use Apple’s app store to purchase their (Apple approved) apps, and Apple’s iTunes to PC sync and buy media content (I’m being brief here, there are more examples). The extend to which iOS is closed is a huge money maker for Apple, hence, they take OS hacking very seriously. On Android however, users are free to remove/replace anything and everything that is Google related. There are already many non-google app stores available for Android.

        • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

          “If the os is so “closed” why can you run pretty much every operating system on the market?”

          He’s referring to the OS being closed, not the hardware. You can run Windows on Mac hardware simply because Apple have not blocked it. In fact, It is in Apple’s interest to allow it since users demand the ability to run Windows-only software like a lot of games and other tools. That same “openness” does extend to the iPhone however. While you could theoretically circumvent Apple’s blocks and run different OSes on an iPhone, try hacking Android OS onto one and you could soon find yourself in a courtroom! When people say that Apple’s iOS is closed compared to Android, they are usually referring to the fact that iOS users are forced to use Apple’s app store to purchase their (Apple approved) apps, and Apple’s iTunes to PC sync and buy media content (I’m being brief here, there are more examples). The extend to which iOS is closed is a huge money maker for Apple, hence, they take OS hacking very seriously. On Android however, users are free to remove/replace anything and everything that is Google related. There are already many non-google app stores available for Android.

        • Onebadmazda

          You can run all those different operating systems because,if I’m not the only one that remembers, Apple who was at the bottom for sure close to death cried like whining children. They cried that MS was a “monopoly” and was denying them capital by not makeing products compatible with Apple. So in Apple fashion they sued and won. Add that with the new lowercase “i ” and a few fancy colors. The rest is history.

      • Jarrod

        I don’t consider myself a “fanboy”. I love how you say inferior hardware, The hard ware in my mac is miles better then most new windows computers and its 2 years old. And it does have a great experience, I know some windows users will miss their computers locking up and doing other crazy thing I knew I felt that way when I got a mac i was going to miss being side tracked by the computer doing what ever it wanted. But I can proudly say I dont miss the fragmentation and the stupidity of the hardware and computer. If the os is so “closed” why can you run pretty much every operating system on the market?

  • Dan

    Probably not.  Samsung obviously knows how to engineer hardware, but Android continues to be oriented to technology nerds (and I say that as a long-standing member of the community) while Apple focuses on a simplified experience that works for a wider variety of people.  Let’s be blunt:  Google is a company where engineering comes first and the Unix/Linux-derivative that is Android is even more in the geek DNA.  But worse, Samsung has repeatedly shown that they want to demonstrate their ability to “add value” with their own “innovations” regardless of whether users like them or they are easy to use. We can rail about Apple’s walled garden and heavy handed approach, but it is hard to deny that iOS currently is the easiest for casual users to get the most out of the platform.  Fragmentation has turned out to be real and the upgrade path for many OEMs stands in sharp contrast to the clear road that Apple promotes.  And Android’s continued lack of success in tablets only gives Apple the edge even in phones.  Google’s purchase of Motorola will play a key role in helping get phones a better user experience and if Amazon is able to subsidize the tablets and get a cost advantage, they may have a chance to unseat the iPad.  

    A 4.5″ phone is too big and the timing may be too late:  if Apple sells 20M iPhone 5s, anything that comes out in the same time frame is going to be considered a failure by comparison.  The real key is going to be whether the mobile companies advertise and promote the phones when they already have iPhones on each carrier.  If the carriers think Apple is getting too much power that might very well happen.  (Ironically, the music and content providers already feel that way about Google).

    Finally, it seems unlikely that Samsung’s chips and battery technology are going to compensate for the larger display using more power.  4G phones struggle because of battery performance already.

    • Anonymous

      While Android has been adopted by the tech geeks, I feel that iOS isn’t necessarily that much easier to use than Android.  The fault lies with the fact that they rely on unintegrated apps that forces people to open and close to go from one action to another.

      On top of it, Android isn’t no longer a niche geek product, it is the global dominant product.

      I would argue that if you consider ease of use being the easy completion of tasks and with everything working flawlessly, that WP7.5 would be even easier. The unfortunate thing is that Microsoft is run by engineers who don’t know how to explain things easily, unlike Apple, who can turn any feature into a 10 second elevator pitch that will wow you even though the feature itself is absolutely ordinary.

    • Ehook68

      Dan, I truly like what you had to say.  I didn’t agree with almost all of it, but you state your case in a very organized way that you are believable.

      So so much of this is subjective.  For instance, I had a 3.7″ screen and it is way too small for a touch screen.  NOT for a Blackberry.  So I could not imagine a 3.5″ one.  4.5 is awesome.  With the new HD  screens coming out, literally, as quoted, they will compete or beat iPhones screen.

      But what is of importance here is this. Yes, apple makes phones for the everyday user.   Also, the phones differ in this way:  If you want something new, refined and can hold onto it for awhile, then apple is a good choice.  But Android puts out awesome phones, but there is a lot they have in the works for users, updates, apps, and you will get things newer, a lot quicker.

      I do agree with you about Samsung.  A stellar hardware designer maker.  However, about including things the user may or may not want or need to appear to be a better buy, certainly true.  That comes in just about every thing they sell.  For instance, the Samsung Bluray I have.   Samsung Apps are the worst on there.

  • Madinina2london

    Lol big screen, powerful CPU all good yes as most know android doesn’t managed the power very well. We shall see how long the battery will last.

    • Anonymous

      The nexus s gets great battery life.

      • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

        Don’t say this until you’ve actually used the phone. Reviewers incessantly state the S2′s battery life supersedes the iPhone 4′s, but tis not so. They look at the specs; I used the damn phones to find out.

        • Anonymous

          Uum pretty sure many people used the s2 and got great battery life out of it. Not to mention I said the nexus s gets good battery life which it does so why are you trying to come at me? I used the phones and know maybe you should go check.

      • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

        Don’t say this until you’ve actually used the phone. Reviewers incessantly state the S2′s battery life supersedes the iPhone 4′s, but tis not so. They look at the specs; I used the damn phones to find out.

    • Anonymous

      The nexus s gets great battery life.

    • Anonymous

      And my galaxy tab 10.1′s is equal to my wifes ipad 2…

  • Anonymous

    Probably be blown away spec wise but will work well for those who like apple. If you want beast specs android is the way to go.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=698723556 Evan Zimmerman

    I think that the specs aren’t everything. My Mac runs an Intel Core 2 Duo, but it still runs faster than my friends’ 8-core monster PC at home.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=698723556 Evan Zimmerman

    I think that the specs aren’t everything. My Mac runs an Intel Core 2 Duo, but it still runs faster than my friends’ 8-core monster PC at home.  

    • David Scott

      Whatever standards of “fast” you used to measure that are simply wrong.

  • Ted22

    Why would anyone want a 4.5 inch screen?? You might as well try to stick a tablet in your pocket!! Id love to see a 4 inch max on any phone, apple or not!

    As far as the title goes, iPhone 5 is the highest anticipated phone to date. Check your sources. Anyone who says apple sucks either can’t afford one or has never used one!

    • Blah

      Yes… why don’t Manufacturers realize that is the OPTIMAL size for men so that they can put it in their pocket?  Bigger isn’t always better.

    • http://twitter.com/52WallStreet Tony Yuan

      I like it bigger, better for web surfing…

    • Joe

      Are you retarded?  The good Android phones cost just as much as the iPhone, but with better hardware.

      And who hasn’t used an iPhone?

      • Anonymous

        Better hardware? I think lower PPI and pentile layouts are quite a bit worse than an iPhone 4 display (that’s already over a year old, btw).

    • Anonymous

      the Nexus Prime will have a full touch screen at the front, which means NO buttons, not even soft buttons, so the body size will probably be around the size of a 4″ screen phone despite having a gigantic 4.5″ screen.

      full 4.5″ screen plus that with Super AMOLED HD panel 720p res , this is gonna be awesome.

    • Anonymous

      I would love to have one. You’re right in that I don’t want it to be excessively difficult to hold, but if they can decrease the size of the bezel to keep it the size as a 4.3″ of today, then I don’t see a problem. We just have to wait and see. Personally I’d love to have a 4.5″, I always felt like there wasn’t enough screen estate on my 3.7″

    • Alex-robinson

      Wow, do people really still use the “can’t afford one” come back /sigh I had a HTC Desire for a year but the screen eventually felt too small, so I got the Samsung Galaxy S2 - unfortunately I got drunk two weeks later and lost it… However, in that brief two weeks I fell in love with it. 
      The screen was the perfect size, it was amazingly fast, put GO Launcher over it to get rid of the ugly TouchWiz and it was the best phone I have come across. I was originally going to replace it, but now I’m waiting for the Nexus Prime to come out. Also because my desire had a few beauty marks from my now ex-girlfriend dropping it many times, I’m using a friends old iPhone 3GS, I know it isn’t the same as the 4 (well, it pretty much is), needless to say… It sucks. Simple tasks on android take many, many steps on iPhone, all of the apps I used on android are non-existant on iPhone due to its limitations, I have to constantly reset the phones settings and turn the phone off and on again (which I hear is normal from other iphone users) All this crap about easy to use is really not true. Maybe it’s because android is second nature to me, but I have had this iPhone for nearly two weeks now and I feel myself slowly loosing interest in phones (and Im a massive phone geek). Maybe the iPhone 4 is better to use than the 3GS. but from my opinions on iPhones after both using the 3GS for a length of time and playing with other peoples 4s, android is far superior in every way – even the app store, Android Market is far easier to navigate + browser version on computer, I really dont understand how people still buy iPhones… Also, sorry for the lack of paragraphs XD

    • Alex-robinson

      Wow, do people really still use the “can’t afford one” come back /sigh I had a HTC Desire for a year but the screen eventually felt too small, so I got the Samsung Galaxy S2 - unfortunately I got drunk two weeks later and lost it… However, in that brief two weeks I fell in love with it. 
      The screen was the perfect size, it was amazingly fast, put GO Launcher over it to get rid of the ugly TouchWiz and it was the best phone I have come across. I was originally going to replace it, but now I’m waiting for the Nexus Prime to come out. Also because my desire had a few beauty marks from my now ex-girlfriend dropping it many times, I’m using a friends old iPhone 3GS, I know it isn’t the same as the 4 (well, it pretty much is), needless to say… It sucks. Simple tasks on android take many, many steps on iPhone, all of the apps I used on android are non-existant on iPhone due to its limitations, I have to constantly reset the phones settings and turn the phone off and on again (which I hear is normal from other iphone users) All this crap about easy to use is really not true. Maybe it’s because android is second nature to me, but I have had this iPhone for nearly two weeks now and I feel myself slowly loosing interest in phones (and Im a massive phone geek). Maybe the iPhone 4 is better to use than the 3GS. but from my opinions on iPhones after both using the 3GS for a length of time and playing with other peoples 4s, android is far superior in every way – even the app store, Android Market is far easier to navigate + browser version on computer, I really dont understand how people still buy iPhones… Also, sorry for the lack of paragraphs XD

    • Alex-robinson

      Wow, do people really still use the “can’t afford one” come back /sigh I had a HTC Desire for a year but the screen eventually felt too small, so I got the Samsung Galaxy S2 - unfortunately I got drunk two weeks later and lost it… However, in that brief two weeks I fell in love with it. 
      The screen was the perfect size, it was amazingly fast, put GO Launcher over it to get rid of the ugly TouchWiz and it was the best phone I have come across. I was originally going to replace it, but now I’m waiting for the Nexus Prime to come out. Also because my desire had a few beauty marks from my now ex-girlfriend dropping it many times, I’m using a friends old iPhone 3GS, I know it isn’t the same as the 4 (well, it pretty much is), needless to say… It sucks. Simple tasks on android take many, many steps on iPhone, all of the apps I used on android are non-existant on iPhone due to its limitations, I have to constantly reset the phones settings and turn the phone off and on again (which I hear is normal from other iphone users) All this crap about easy to use is really not true. Maybe it’s because android is second nature to me, but I have had this iPhone for nearly two weeks now and I feel myself slowly loosing interest in phones (and Im a massive phone geek). Maybe the iPhone 4 is better to use than the 3GS. but from my opinions on iPhones after both using the 3GS for a length of time and playing with other peoples 4s, android is far superior in every way – even the app store, Android Market is far easier to navigate + browser version on computer, I really dont understand how people still buy iPhones… Also, sorry for the lack of paragraphs XD

    • http://twitter.com/AnJomin Chris Ahn

      I’ve used the iPhone 3G and 4. Iphone sucks considering its pricepoint. So do most other apple products (I used to have an iMac 22″, and I have a Macbook pro 15″). You’re welcome, fanboy.

      • Jibjob

        People who love iPhone and say it’s better, faster, easier than android have never used a google phone or have used a friends for a few minutes. I had an android phone for 1 year then dropped it in the water, I loved my phone, I’ve had an iPhone 4 for 5 months now because I bought it off a friend, there is nothing that iPhone does better than android other than integrate with apple products. Android is amazing. It’s fast, smooth, far superior features (apple iPhone ads are for features that android has had since the first build, iPhone users are too dumb to realize they are so far behind), web surfing is better, flash support, predictive text is superior, gps free with android, on an on and on

  • NoNews

    No news here

  • Abhi_625

    stop hating on iphone!!! lol its a good product, good design, large selection of apps, easy to use OS. Yet everyone always compare everything to iPhones weather its iPhone 4 or even iPhone 5 a phone which is yet to be released. I think apple has a great balance of right size and processing power. Faster processor is definitely a yes in my opinion, but also a down side for battery life. If the next iphone even comes our with a 1.0 or 1.2 ghz dual processor that’s pretty fast. As for screen size, yes the bigger the better ( thats what she said…) but too big might not be so comfortable in your pocket, and again battery life is an issue. I think iphone 5 or what ever the 5th gen iphone will be called, will do pretty good even in comparison with other next gen ph.

  • http://twitter.com/iamdorkster DeLeon Hughes

    4.5″ is too much for a screen size if you ask me. But whatever, it won’t beat the iPhone 5 in sales or performance.

    • Peterjd66

      This thread is kind of funny. I think what’s missing in the big picture here is the cool factor. You can load up as much crap, woofers, cores, blinkers and turbo tubers into a phone to entice buyers but in the end no one gives an app. I reluctantly bought my first iPhone 3g 2 years ago and just recently upgraded to the iPhone 4. Sure, it has some glitches and quirks but I am always happy to have my phone with me and have never thought of looking for something else. Apple knows the market so incredibly well – all smartphone standards are now benchmarked against the iPhone. Some small part of the market will be won over by the new ‘other’ smartphones but you’re going to have to come up with something revolutionary to knock of the chic and trendy iPhone. It does everything I want and does it well and I feel proud with it in hand. Sneer if you must but the dork with the 6 inch, triple core, car battery-operated PDA will have a phone that no one’s ever heard of. Check out the used prices of first generation iPhones and you’ll see why this product is so solid. I haven’t seen a non-broken one for under $100 yet. I’m just sayin …

      • http://profiles.google.com/patrickscott52 Patrick Scott

        Most people don’t see technology devices as fashion accessories….(at least I hope the rest of society isn’t that shallow)…I’d like to think that most of the people who like Apple products like them for what they are (as in utility) and not what they represent (as in status symbol)

        • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

          Unfortunately, a lot of iPhone users do think highly of Apple’s device as something like the Louis Vuitton of mobile phones. They fail to understand the importance of performance in a device, just focus on the brand image that comes along with it.

    • Peterjd66

      This thread is kind of funny. I think what’s missing in the big picture here is the cool factor. You can load up as much crap, woofers, cores, blinkers and turbo tubers into a phone to entice buyers but in the end no one gives an app. I reluctantly bought my first iPhone 3g 2 years ago and just recently upgraded to the iPhone 4. Sure, it has some glitches and quirks but I am always happy to have my phone with me and have never thought of looking for something else. Apple knows the market so incredibly well – all smartphone standards are now benchmarked against the iPhone. Some small part of the market will be won over by the new ‘other’ smartphones but you’re going to have to come up with something revolutionary to knock of the chic and trendy iPhone. It does everything I want and does it well and I feel proud with it in hand. Sneer if you must but the dork with the 6 inch, triple core, car battery-operated PDA will have a phone that no one’s ever heard of. Check out the used prices of first generation iPhones and you’ll see why this product is so solid. I haven’t seen a non-broken one for under $100 yet. I’m just sayin …

    • Doc

      Ya, if you have little bitty girly hands.

  • http://profiles.google.com/denver5018 steven buchanan

    lately i have been hearing that the nexus prime’s screen is too large and it will make the phone too big, but the next version of android (ice cream sandwich) is supposed to get rid of the buttons on the bottom of the phone and put them on the screen. if that is true, the phone wont be any larger than the nexus s.

  • Anonymous

    It depends on the carrier.  I am hoping (there are many rumors that suggest this) that the prime will be coming to verizon.  Now that verizon won’t be selling the SGS2, there wouldn’t be any serious competition on verizon (the droid bionic is a joke now – it may have been a beast 6 months ago, but it definitely is not now), that is, besides the iphone 5.  The main deal-breaker for MOST people between the prime and the iphone 5 is the difference in software.  Although I prefer android, I have to say that ios is alot cleaner and user-friendly than android.  Iphones also have better games (although many say that this is debatable, in my expierence android games suck, for example the tiny wings ripoff for android).  Verizon’s CURRENT selection of phones is probably the worst of the four major US carriers, so i believe that the nexus prime has the power to stop people from switching to sprint/tmobile, etc    

  • Joe Bush

    The Nexus Prime will have a slightly larger screen, but the ratio is 16:9 according to the available info. That means it shouldn’t be any larger than the Galaxy S II, so if you don’t find it too big, the Prime should be just right.

  • Windicated

    I feel sorry for those who constantly whine and rave about hardware specs while largely oblivious to the fact that we live in the 21st century; processors and graphic capabilities of most devices are already powerful enough to run a decent OS. In a few years, processor power won’t be the primary bottleneck anymore, it will be the battery life instead. As such, the OS of a device and the ecosystem it thrives on are the most important factors in determining the success of a product. I can already hear Android fans screaming ‘open source’, mods and customizations. Though there is more freedom in Android, Apple has established a safe and conducive ecosystem for not only customers but also app developers. Besides, their software is made to run on their custom chip. That’s why a underclocked 1GHz A4 chip can still kick the Samsung Galaxy S’ ass. Besides, Apple’s hardware quality is second to none. With all this factors taken into consideration, it is no wonder they’re the most valuable company in the world right now and the iPhone – the most successful phone, heck, it’s the most successful and sought after mobile device in the world. Thus, I see Apple’s iPhone to continue kicking Google’s ass for years to come. Android will not die off, it’s too good to die but I see it becoming a niche product for techno geeks who enjoy  customizations and modding their phones. My humble opinion guys. Please don’t troll and yep, I’m a fanboy sue me ; )

    • http://www.facebook.com/jjsoviet Jon Jerico Calanio

      I do applaud Apple for orchestrating a tight-knit system that integrates all of its devices and services into one, seamless ecosystem. That being said however, one drawback is that people would be forced into buying more of Apple’s devices in order to take full advantage of this integration. Take for example, iTunes generally runs better on OS X, and iPhones/iPads pair up nicely with Macs. This is Apple’s strategy in order for people to be basically locked in to that walled garden.

      Android however doesn’t have that integration factor, but instead relies on platform flexibility and compatibility across different hardware and software subsets. As such, multiple phones are being made by different manufacturers, across all form factors and price points – a true commoditization of the smartphone. Android can cater to any type of market it’s trying to reach, offering phones ranging from dirt-cheap to bleeding-edge. This also gives users leeway to use any other device and service they want, be it Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome, etc. in order to interact with Android devices. 

      And its sandbox-style openness does have a place in the market, and it’s more than just a mere ‘geek’ niche; truth be told, there are a lot of people who have grown tired of the tried-and-true formula of iOS, and the customization potential of Android has enticed them to try out the platform. People do like to tinker with their phones, just not at the level of what you usually see us Android enthusiasts are able to do. They could change their homescreens and explore some basic system options for example – those alone cannot be done on iOS unless when jailbroken. Root functionality basically grants users admin access to the Android system, which in turn leads to the real goodies of the platform – custom ROMs, modems, full system backups and more

    • Anonymous

      I use Android and that is.. completely right. I totally agree with you in the benefits of Apple’s closed system. On the other hand, I disagree with you in thinking that Android will just become a niche product. With Android’s market share growing continually, I just don’t see how that could happen. Also, with all the competition among Android OEMs, there is some incredible hardware coming out and Apple just can’t compete with that with only one new phone per year. Don’t get me wrong, the iPhone 4 is still definitely competitive with the other phones on the market, but you can’t tell me that it still feels “fresh”.

      And, with Android’s high market share, I am sure more developers will come make apps as well. That should be able to cement them into being high in market share, if not remain at the top. Either way, right now is a great time to be a consumer. 

  • Anonymous

    4.5 inch SUPER AMOLED PLUS 1280×720

    Samsung’s displays are like the best out there.  No questions.Samsung Galaxy S II display is like the best phone display out there right now.What the nexus Prime display will do is add .2 of an inch and “retina-like” resolution. Oh, and it is rumored that this will have software buttons, not hardware buttons.  Meaning the phone most likely won’t be that much bigger than the iPhone 4.  So, This phone will have like the best display out there. period.  It’s probably safe to assume that the iPhone 5 display won’t be as good as the nexus unless, apple decides to use the SUPER AMOLED PLUS display. BTW, this display is as energy efficient if not more energy efficient than the display before it.  Meaning?  It should have no impact on battery life, and actually have better battery life.

    Oh, and the 1.5GHz dual core (or whatever it may be) should be more efficient than what is currently in the Samsung Galaxy S II.  So, the phone will be hell a lot more powerful and a lot more efficient.

    So hardware wise, Nexus “prime” will just be better than the iPhone 5, unless apple has a trick up their sleeve.Software wise?Ice Cream sandwich will be a fusion of phone OS and Tablet OS. 
    iOS 5 really was a catchup to Android and Windows Phone.
    About all the features iOS/iPhone will have, Android has already.So, I think Google will spend more time polishing up what they have than adding bunch of new features.  If Google polishes up what they have now, and takes some stuff out of Beta and make it mainstream, Ice Cream sandwich will be better than iOS 5. 

    So, Will the Nexus prime blow away the iPhone 5?

    Yes.  The hardware is there.  The software is there. What Google really needs to do is polish up the phone (hardware wise and software wise) and it will just blow away the iPhone 5.

    At the bare minium Nexus prime WILL be as good as the iPhone 5.  Most likely what will happen?  It will blow away the iPhone 5.  Matter of fact, Google’s CEO said that the Nexus prime (well, next generation nexus) WILL knock the socks off everything.

     

  • Chris

    Thank you for not being like that other iPhone-related publication that can’t write an article about Android without calling it a phone exclusively for geeks (amongst other misinformation).

    • Chris

      On topic, this might be the first phone-to-phone showdown between iOS and Android. The previous Nexus phones were too expensive to compete with the iPhone, but now that this Nexus will be carrier-subsidized, it will make for an interesting battle. Nexus Prime will likely have better specs, but the iPhone is, well, an iPhone. Both of them are going to be great phones.

      • Anonymous

        They were the same price as the iPhone.

        • Chris

          The Nexus phones,at least in the US, haven’t been released with carriers at launch. The only way to get the phone is by paying $500+. After four months, the Nexus S was first available at a cheaper price with a two-year contract from a carrier.
          iPhone have always launched with a carrier, so you can get it on day 1for $200 with a contract.
          This is the first time a Nexus will be available at a carrier-subsidized price from launch day.

          • Anonymous

            They were available through carrier’s and at contract price. May want to check again

          • Chris

            I stand corrected.
            This is the first time a Nexus will be launching on AT&T or Verizon. The previous Nexus devices were not available on the large carriers at launch, so the had little chance of competing with the iPhone (or anything else).

  • Romes2dam

    Wasn’t the evo, nexus one, samsung epic, droid x…weren’t they all suppose to be a beast compared to the iPhone and yet they got smoked…let’s face it iOS just runs better and it’s easier to use…this prime will come for about a month it will be top android phone but not beat iPhone and then boom another so called beast of android phone comes out…say what you will about IOS, but they make a phone and improve it over a period of time until they release the next one. And if the new iPhone is a GSM/CDMA phone that means people can switch carriers but keep their phones…I switch to sprint had no other choice but to give up my iphone 4 and got the evo which is a nice phone but battery life and a wonky android OS I would have rather stayed with my iPhone 4

    • Caspurr

      You had 30 days to go back.  Why didn’t you?

  • Goneblown

    Android phones sold more this year then iphone. The difference is u have choices to which android phone best fits u while. So sells are spread. To many different phones thenn you have all the peopple who buy iphones because they dont know there’s better phones. Out there :)

  • Daniel Rice

    Holy shit-talking Batman! I came looking for news not slobber. I want a “Prime” badly, but i don’t feel like i’ll get any real info here. Elsewhere, i goes…

  • Mo_monster

    Who wants to carry a 4.5″ phone around all day? It’s basically a tablet haha. Nothing beats iPhone, nothing!

    • Bob

      Lol at the fanboys who actually believe this stuff. There were actually more Android phones sold last year than iPhones, which means Android is winning.

  • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

    (This is coming from an Android fan, just being REAL; YES, I’m a FANBOY.)

    Bottomline: Apple has been one of the absolute BEST in display AND design. Retina display gives you higher resolution while still giving you great natural unbleed colors, while Samsung SAMOLED is great, it’s just really extremely OVER saturated color with less pixels. I’d rather have higher res and natural colors anyday over an over saturated extra bright display with less pixels.

    And another thing, Apple has always been very durable with better life, idk wth some of you people are talking about honestly, because iPhone’s battery surely lastest longer than any Android device.

    Oh, and everyone knows Apple is second to none, with HTC following closely behind in design. Samsung on the otherhand has never been know for making sexy devices!

  • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

    (This is coming from an Android fan, just being REAL; YES, I’m a FANBOY.)

    Bottomline: Apple has been one of the absolute BEST in display AND design. Retina display gives you higher resolution while still giving you great natural unbleed colors, while Samsung SAMOLED is great, it’s just really extremely OVER saturated color with less pixels. I’d rather have higher res and natural colors anyday over an over saturated extra bright display with less pixels.

    And another thing, Apple has always been very durable with better life, idk wth some of you people are talking about honestly, because iPhone’s battery surely lastest longer than any Android device.

    Oh, and everyone knows Apple is second to none, with HTC following closely behind in design. Samsung on the otherhand has never been know for making sexy devices!

  • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

    (This is coming from an Android fan, just being REAL; YES, I’m a FANBOY.)

    Bottomline: Apple has been one of the absolute BEST in display AND design. Retina display gives you higher resolution while still giving you great natural unbleed colors, while Samsung SAMOLED is great, it’s just really extremely OVER saturated color with less pixels. I’d rather have higher res and natural colors anyday over an over saturated extra bright display with less pixels.

    And another thing, Apple has always been very durable with better life, idk wth some of you people are talking about honestly, because iPhone’s battery surely lastest longer than any Android device.

    Oh, and everyone knows Apple is second to none, with HTC following closely behind in design. Samsung on the otherhand has never been know for making sexy devices!

  • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

    (This is coming from an Android fan, just being REAL; YES, I’m a FANBOY.)

    Bottomline: Apple has been one of the absolute BEST in display AND design. Retina display gives you higher resolution while still giving you great natural unbleed colors, while Samsung SAMOLED is great, it’s just really extremely OVER saturated color with less pixels. I’d rather have higher res and natural colors anyday over an over saturated extra bright display with less pixels.

    And another thing, Apple has always been very durable with battery life, idk wth some of you people are talking about honestly, because iPhone’s battery surely lastest longer than any Android device.

    Oh, and everyone knows Apple is second to none, with HTC following closely behind in design. Samsung on the otherhand has never been know for making sexy devices!

  • http://www.twitter.com/aemr Andre’ MindYoBusiness

    (This is coming from an Android fan, just being REAL; YES, I’m a FANBOY.)

    Bottomline: Apple has been one of the absolute BEST in display AND design. Retina display gives you higher resolution while still giving you great natural unbleed colors, while Samsung SAMOLED is great, it’s just really extremely OVER saturated color with less pixels. I’d rather have higher res and natural colors anyday over an over saturated extra bright display with less pixels.

    And another thing, Apple has always been very durable with battery life, idk wth some of you people are talking about honestly, because iPhone’s battery surely lastest longer than any Android device.

    Oh, and everyone knows Apple is second to none, with HTC following closely behind in design. Samsung on the otherhand has never been know for making sexy devices!

  • Woody

    If Google ever gets Android OS updates consistent and pushes out significant point updates/bug fixes with some regularity, I may consider another Android phone. Until then, no amount of superior hardware specs are going to change my mind. iOS is what make the iPhone superior.

    • RonRodex

      Wake up. Google Nexus phones get updates as soon as they are out.

  • http://twitter.com/nicoclops Nikolas Cruz

    and this is why im switching to verizon….

  • Anonymous

    Android already blows away the closed environment of IoS.

    The Samsung screen technology is a league ahead.

     The hardware configuration, from connectivity (wifi hub & tethering) to removable battery leaves the Apple product floundering.

    I would not use an iPhone or iPad if you gave one to me.

  • Cucu4Googlepuff

    Not necessarily blown away, but iPhone won’t be the front-runner in this head-to-head battle. They’re gonna lack some tech. Let’s just hope Google finds a good way to market and sell this one. 

  • Deepak Tibrewal

    Most of the men are obsessed with size ! Recent days number of blogs compare iPhone with screen size of Android phones and use phrases like dwarfing, beast etc.
    Well they r right. iPhone has a smaller screen and will remain smaller to the biggest one at any pont of time.
    It is very simple we want a phone not a beast which begins to border tablet and sucks juice by displaying / liting extra space on screen.

  • KJHaltz

    It’s Andriod that says it all I go windows phone or iPhone. I’ve had all three windows 6.5/7, later/current, and iOS plus some hands on with webOS. Andriod maybe cool with customization but stability it doesn’t come near iOS or Windows. Windows may look stupid, but I dig over andrones!

  • Bardhok Ndoji

    Have used SG S2 since May! It feels cheap, plastic… the only good thing about it is the screen and thicknes! Yes, screen is beautiful and the phone is really thin! Battery life is totally crap and apps keep crashing more frequent then your eyes blink! Not impressed with it at all, it’s heading for ebay next week! And i don’t think smart phones should have screens above 4″

    • John M

      Sorry to hear about your problems, also owner since May but my battery lasts at least two days and only one chrash due to a dodgy app. Maybe something is wrong with your phone ?

  • Eyesofthesquirrelwatcher

    Makes me wonder when ATT will get the next Nexus phone as it just got the Nexus S several weeks ago. I wouldn’t be surprised if it gets pushed to late 2012 when Google once again has announced yet another OS update  that even the 2012 Galaxy S smartphone won’t even see.

    • Fistric

      Damn you guys really piss me off talking about design. Samsung is genius they make the phone as light as possible so the consumer can choose any case they want and it will still be lighter than the htc. Fing idiot

      • http://twitter.com/tazh89 tazh89

        lol at people complaining about the s2 being made out of plastic, plastic have and will always be used in phones,some people actually prefer to have a light phone,plastic is best for receptions its why you s2 does not have issues like the ip4 and sensation, plastic is more durable and will not shatter like the ip4(apple fanboys never complaind about the previous iphones being plastic)….the s2 is not made out of cheap plastic as everyone says..,when you have a 4+ inch screen device the thinner and lighter the device the better it is..am not saying plastic is the best thing ever but there is nothing wrong with plastic and as i see it there way more positive using plastic than negatives(not cheap lol obviously) 

  • http://twitter.com/chiefbroski2 John Smith

    Dell made a 5″ phone to dwarf them all from the start! LOL. It must be the best smartphone so far. *rolls eyes*

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    Ok Cam, look at the date of this article> August 27, 2011 11:18 am EST….this is old news! todaysiphone.com needs to update their info once in a while. Tired of reading the same old articles.

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