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[Video] Samsung Galaxy Note vs. Galaxy Nexus in Everyday Performance

Authored by: Aaron Tilton — Dec 22, 2011

We've seen a lot of comparisons between the Galaxy Nexus and just about every other phone on the market but one challenge has yet step up to the challenge: the Samsung Galaxy Note. We recently ran across a new handling comparison of Samsung's arguably most advanced Android handsets. Though it may be short, it gives a good sense of the size and display quality but also general performance of both smartphones in every day use.

Both Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus are some of the hottest Android smartphones on the market (if you can actually call the Note a smartphone) Despite some of its short comings, the Galaxy Nexus has impressed everyone at the AndroidPIT office and it's not just Android 4.0 that makes the Nexus stick out. It's impressive display and over all aesthetic make it a pleasure to use. But if size is your thing, the massive Galaxy Note is a great mini-tablet and is at place both in and outside of the office.

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  • Christopher Silva
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    Dec 23, 2011 Link to comment

    One thing about the video that bothered me was that the Note had the brightness lower than the Nexus.. But the rest shows that ICS is smoother than Gingerbread.