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Rezound > Nexus

barnett

Dec 16, 2011, 8:23 AM
i mean...look at the specs. rezound has better front and back camera, better processor and will be in ice cream sandwich soon enough. also samsung's super bright screens have usually resulted in poor battery life. i've seen some crazy symbian phones from asia that can do far more than ay iphone or droid. i wouldn't mind seeing one of those on VZW LTE.
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cwcanty

Dec 16, 2011, 12:20 PM
Android is all about what OS version you can or want to run. In my opinion having a stock 4.0 experience is going to have a HUGE benefit over the life of the phone. I am not knocking the rezound, but all things considered...this phone has a better design, comparable specs (some better, some worse), and is completely designed to work with ice cream sandwich (no physical buttons).

Manufacturers should make phones...not skins for operating systems. This is my main issue with Android. I would only consider a stock android experience and the Nexus is a pretty impressive way to get that.

Chris
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BigRed75

Dec 16, 2011, 3:50 PM
barnett said:
i mean...look at the specs. rezound has better front and back camera, better processor and will be in ice cream sandwich soon enough. also samsung's super bright screens have usually resulted in poor battery life. i've seen some crazy symbian phones from asia that can do far more than ay iphone or droid. i wouldn't mind seeing one of those on VZW LTE.


I owned the Rezound for a few days and it's not all that. Battery life was worse than the RAZR and so was performance. Sense slows it down considerably and there was some lag as there was virtually no lag on the RAZR. Beats is also a gimmick.

Yes it does have a better camera and screen resolution but I wouldn't hold my breath on an ICS update...
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Versed

Dec 16, 2011, 5:17 PM
I have had symbian phones and in their day they were great, most symbian phones with exception of a few SE's and a Samsung or two were made by Nokia, which basically has orphaned it. Also as far as I know there never has been a symbian cdma phone, and for a fact one in the US.

As far as the Rezound vs. GN, I'd give the edge to the GN, do to it being more open. Unless you gots to have the Beats.
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schnozejt

Dec 17, 2011, 12:43 PM
this made me chuckle
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Boothie

Mar 17, 2012, 7:16 AM
I am trying to decide between these 2 phones myself. I just want a phone that's solid and reliable, and just works with few issues or lags. Call quality and basic ability to function are all I care about. I have the Incredible 1 now so was thinking of sticking with HTC, but not sure.
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