Apple’s iPhone 5 was released a few months ago, and already it’s getting some hot competition out on the market. Google has just releeased their new Nexus phone, the Nexus 4, and with it’s $299 unlocked price point comes quite a lot of interest. I decided to take a more in depth look at how the Nexus 4 stacks up against the iPhone 5, and the Samsung Galaxy S3. This is purely a specification based overview, and you’ll have to wait until I have the Nexus 4 in my hand until I can bring you a full on review and comparison.
The Nexus 4 definitely looks like an interesting device, especially as Google seem to be pricing it very competitively. It remains to be seen if it even is a decent competitor to the iPhone considering the iPhone costs almost double the unlocked price.
The iPhone 5’s specifications may be lesser compared to the Nexus 4 and the S3, however if we’ve learnt anything from Android is that it takes more power to run than iOS does – so it’s clear the iPhone 5 still doesn’t present a slow user experience. Let me know in comments if you’re interested in the Nexus 4, or are you strictly an iGuy?