News on iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2
Both, the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus are well known handsets in the smart phone market. Due to their advanced features and stylish designs, the two handsets are selling like hot cakes in stores, online and every other means of sales.
The iPhone has seen a variety of versions, with each one superseding its ancestors in specifications, style, design and a lot of other features. When Samsung launched the Galaxy Nexus, it was quite clear that it intended to target the iPhone market. Both phones have superior features and are desired by a wide range of customers.
But, what if the year 2012 would bring the launch of the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2? What kind of features would they have that would woo customers towards them? What improvements can be made to the already existing versions that were released this year? Let’s take a look at some of the features that we hope to see in the next version of both phones.
The iPhone has already created a bounty of loyal customers. Every version of the iPhone has seen new developments and far reaching features that ensure that its customer base only increases every year. Take a look at some of the features that we would like to see in the iPhone 5.
Sleeker Design: Even though the iPhone 4S had a cutting edge design, it still looked quite bulky. The iPhone 5 should have a much sleeker design, giving it a contemporary look. This would certainly give it the edge over previous models.
Physical Keyboard: Every iPhone model has lacked this feature. A lot of iPhone customers want to be able to use a physical keyboard to be able to send quick messages, reply to emails and do a lot more. Launching the iPhone 5 with a physical keyboard will have all eyes popping and would certainly give birth to a new generation of iPhone models.
8-Megapixel Camera front/rear: The iPhone 4S comes with an 8MP camera on the rear and a decent one on the front. Although the clarity of the camera is unmatched, having a 12-megapixel camera on the new iPhone 5 will undoubtedly be a bonus, even though it will no doubt be another 8MP cam but more enhanced.
Face Recognition Security: Installing a face recognition security on the new iPhone 5 will give users a water tight security phone, ensuring that they have peace of mind at all times.
Improved Battery Life: Apple has been constantly working on this feature and this has been seen in each of the iPhone models, with each one having a better battery life than the previous model.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2:
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a tough competitor of the iPhone 4S. There is no doubt that the iPhone 5 will have much advanced features than the 4S and this is exactly why the Nexus 2 will also need to bring in a few improvements to compete with the new iPhone.
8-Megapixel Camera: The current Galaxy Nexus has a 5-megapixel camera, which is good enough to compete with the iPhone 4S. Since we speculate that the iPhone 5 will have an 8.0-megapixel camera, even though a 12 would be better, Samsung will have to add a similar lens on the Galaxy Nexus 2 as well.
More Memory: The current versions of the Nexus come with 16 and 32 GB of internal memory. Changing this to 64 GB of internal memory would certainly give the phone a boost in terms of sales.
Availability in More Colors: Since the Galaxy Nexus is only available in Black at the moment; users don’t have much choice but to go with that color. Launching the Nexus 2 in a wide range of colors will give customers the flexibility of choosing their favorite color.
Scratch Resistant Display: Initiating the Galaxy Nexus 2 with a scratch resistant display will put it on the same pedestal as the iPhone 5. This is one improvement that Samsung should definitely consider.
If your looking for a new top of the range smartphone in 2012 the either the next iPhone or the galaxy nexus would be a good bet, however we are also looking forward to information on the new Samsung Galaxy possibly in 3D? Make sure you choose the right smartphone when buying your next mobile phone deal.
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