Saturday, November 10, 2012

iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4

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Apple has launched the taller, thinner, faster, lighter and brighter iPhone 5 and now Google has hit back by launching the Nexus 4. So what does that make a gadget geek? Which of the two should I buy? Apple owns the patent (perhaps almost literally) in elegant and futuristic hardware, consumer-friendly software, content and service the world's largest. Google and LG have brought nearly all the specs you can imagine (and some you can not imagine), have better hardware, better software and customizable Internet services in the world. How to decide between them?

Let's see it!

Google / Samsung Nexus 4

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The new terminal of the Nexus family is manufactured by LG instead of Samsung. Koreans have made a huge smartphone with a 4.7-inch IPS display and a resolution of 768 x 1280. That is, essentially a 720p resolution. The sides are soft to the touch, and the back is fully decked out with something called glass reflective process, which makes it look like you have a field of stars in your hand. It has an 8 megapixel camera and 1080p on the back, and a front camera of 1.3 megapíxieles is also capable of recording at 1080p. The processor that reigns in the Nexus 4 is a monstrous Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro and, although it has WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC currently has no LTE connectivity.

Google's new smartphone comes with the new version of Android 4.2, with some new features like photosphere to make panoramic photos. They have also changed the lock screen widgets, improved Gmail app, quick access to the radio and, being a Nexus, is just as easy for developers to "tune it" to taste. These developments complement the already seen on Android 4.1 as Google Voice Wizard Now. That is, the Nexus 4 features everything that makes Android so powerful, flexible and customizable.

Phil Nickinson of Android Central, summed up the new Nexus 4 with these words:

"The Nexus 4, LG's first phone on the main line of Goole, is easily the best Android phone to date, and is the best in the Nexus line from the Nexus One from HTC. The hardware is at a higher level than we are used to in the Nexus platform. The design enhances what LG has done with its own Optimus G. And Android 4.2 enhancements make the platform much more impressive. It's not a perfect phone, but a phone is easy to recommend, especially for the price. "

The Nexus 4 comes in versions 8 and 16 GB. If you buy it directly from Google, you can get it free for $ 299 and $ 349 respectively.

Apple iPhone 5

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The iPhone 5 has a newly redesigned unibody aluminum chassis to allow a screen larger than 4 inches in a cell 12% smaller in volume. He is taller, but not wider, thinner and lighter. The 4-inch panel uses In-Cell technology of which we have spoken, which combines the touch sensor with LCD panel. The iPhone 5 is resolution of 1136 x 640 with a density of 326 ppi. Keep using a LED backlight and IPS panel and is technically the world's most advanced panel, at least for now. Apple has also developed its own settings for the processor of the iPhone 5, which has called A6. Apple's chip is based on ARM V7S modified for great performance and excellent power management. Incorporates not NFC, but if CDMA, HSPA and LTE.

The iPhone 5 is ruled by iOS 6, and includes a new maps application very controversial, some major improvements to Siri, a deep integration with Facebook, Passbook, and improved FaceTime, Mail, Safari, Photo Stream, Panorama and Accessibility. And because Apple makes both the hardware and software no integration, no additional interface layers, and overall a seamless user experience.

iTunes has the largest international content, so if you are of those who buy music, TV shows and movies, there is no better choice than the Apple universe. It also has the free iCloud backup, restoration and synchronization in the cloud, and the Genius Bar at Apple Store Retail stores in which, if you ever break your phone, you will have an exquisite service.

The analysis of the iPhone 5 can be summarized as follows:

"Higher, thinner, faster, lighter, brighter, the iPhone 5 represents nothing more and nothing less than the latest iteration of Apple's smartphone ideal for almost a decade. Redesigned in every way, but committed to the initial form true to its purpose, the iPhone 5 is once again the best iPhone that Apple has ever made, and one of the best phones ever made. "

The iPhone 5 is available in 16, 32 and 64 GB. The price of the handset purchased at an Apple Store and is free of $ 650, $ 750 and $ 850 respectively. In Spain you can find it by 669 €, 769 € and 869 € respectively.

Apple iPhone 5 vs. Google / Samsung Nexus 4: Conclusion

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The history of iPhone and Android is one of those classics that seem to keep getting new episodes. It is a story of power vs. precision, elegance vs enormity, usability vs. customization, and the ecosystem Apple vs Google's ecosystem.

The Nexus 4, if you have Google Play store in your country and you can buy it directly, is the best investment you can do financially to get a high-end smartphone today. However, the maximum available storage is 16 GB, and has no support for LTE networks. However, as of now, the Nexus 4 is the pinnacle in terms of Android phones are concerned.

The iPhone 5 is considerably more expensive, but also is better built. You can get up to 64 GB of storage and is compatible with LTE networks in most countries that have them. And for most people, the majority of times, iOS and all that comes with it is still the best option. The iPhone 5 is still king for many consumers.

The old cliché holds true. If you want something that will work as you want, buy the Nexus 4. If you want something that just works, buy the iPhone 5.

What do you think? Why decidiríais unto you?

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