Difference between Nexus 4 and Samsung galaxy S3

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Nexus 4 is made by Google with correlation with LG. We already heard about Nexus 7 which is made by Google and has become very popular. Similarly Nexus 4 has also very nice features which can compete with any latest smartphone in the market.

Nexus 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S3
Nexus 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

Here are the differences between Nexus 4 and Samsung galaxy S3.

Nexus 4

  • 0.36 inch in thickness.
  • 5.27 inch in height.
  • 2.70 inch in width.
  • 139 g in weight.
  • 4.7 inch display size.
  • Dimension is 1280 x 768 pixels.
  • Pixel density is 318 ppi.
  • Processor of Nexus 4 is Qualcomm s4 and is quad core at the speed of 1.5 Ghz.
  • Nexus 4 has 2 GB of RAM.
  • No SD card supported.
  • 8 GB and 16 GB internal memory is available.
  • 3G supported but has higher speed than 3G.
  • Nexus 4 has rear camera of 8 MP and front camera of 1.3 MP.
  • Can be charged wirelessly.
  • Android version of Jelly Bean installed on Nexus 4 which give more features.
  • Much higher price than S3 i.e. $299 and $349.

Samsung Galaxy S3

  • Thickness is 0.34 inch.
  • Height is 5.38 inch.
  • Width is 2.78 inch.
  • Weighs about 133 g.
  • Samsung galaxy S3 has 4.8 inch Super Amoled screen.
  • Display size is 1280 x 720 pixels.
  • 306 ppi is pixel density.
  • Galaxy S3 has two flavors of processors; one is global and other from U.S.
  •  In global scope S3 has Samsung exynos quad processor and its speed is 1.5 Ghz.
  • 1 GB RAM in global.
  • In U.S. galaxy S3 has RAM of 2 GB.
  • SD card supported.
  • 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB of internal memory.
  • Galaxy S3 has both 3G and LTE.
  • 8 MP of camera on back side (rear) and has 1.9 MP of front camera.
  • Price is $199 and $299.

As both the smartphones have high processor so they consume more battery. Both Nexus 4 and galaxy S3 has 2100 mAh of battery. S3 battery is more durable and you can use for more time than that of Nexus 4.

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Junaid Rehman

I am a blogger and freelance web developer by profession. I love to blog and learn new things about programming and IT World.