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The Samsung Galaxy S2 is among the most popular Android smartphones of all time, and certainly the most successful phone for Samsung  smartphones. However, this is not their highest spec handset. Along with the Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has the highest specs when it comes to several of its features. In this article I will compare some key features of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus so you can decide which is the better smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was a collaboration between Samsung and Google to showcase the latest v4.0 of Android, dubbed 'Ice Cream Sandwich'. The Samsung Galaxy S2 however ships with the previous 'Gingerbread' version installed. The Galaxy S2 supports an update to the new version of the software, but because the Nexus was the first phone to have this version as standard, Samsung ensured it has the hardware to do the job  .

The screen is arguably the crowning feature of the Galaxy Nexus.,Even to this day, it has one of the highest resolutions of any smartphone. At 720x 1280, it is only now being matched by newer phones. This gives it the ability to display HD videos as well as photos and games it top quality. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a qHD screen resolution (480x 800), which although impressive, is still ay short of that of the Galaxy Nexus.

Probably the most disappointing feature of the Nexus (on paper at least) is its camera. With a resolution of 5 megapixels, it is below what you would expect from a phone with a brand new operating system and high definition screen. Despite its seemingly low resolution, the camera is still able to capture video footage in 1080p high definition, which is a feature shared with the Samsung Galaxy S2, although this is to be expected as the device has an 8 megapixel camera.

Both handsets are matched on several features; they both have a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, so you can expect great performance from both devices. Equally impressive is their data download speeds when browsing the internet over a g3 connection; at 21 megabytes per second, they are among the fastest web browsing phones available marketing.

The Galaxy S2 was released in April 2011, whereas the Galaxy Nexus hit the market in November 2011. By the time the Galaxy Nexus was released, momentum had already picked up in sales of the Galaxy S2, which explains why the Galaxy Nexus was not as successful, despite several moreappealing specifications. Both handsets are superb in their own rights though, and whichever you choose you are unlikely to be disappointed. If you are in the market for a Samsung smartphone though, it may be worth waiting a little longer, as their latest flagship is due for release later this year. The Galaxy S3 is rumoured to sport a 12 megapixel camera and quad-core processor among its key features and looks set to be one of the biggest tech releases of 2012.

Billy Mark

Nowadays tablets are getting famous because they have multiple uses. It has many functions that help its users. Many of the people have come across some tablets that can surely replace a laptop. But is this enough reason to go for it? Some laptops also have many functions that help their users. So if someone asks you whether using a tablet is better than the old laptop, then what will your answer be?




In this blog, you will get a comparison between tablets and laptops for knowing their difference between both of them.

Know whether you should buy a laptop or a tablet

The presence of a keyboard

The first difference that comes on top is the presence of a keyboard on it. For instance, Tablets have a touchscreen user interface, so a problem occurs at the time while writing a long mail, after all, there is no keyboard on it. Having a detachable keyboard can solve this issue. An external Bluetooth tablet may help, but it will get a bit more expensive because of additional charges. As a result, the laptop is recommended for those who write more and tablet for the people who do interaction work.

Size

Tablets are lighter as compared to laptops, so I highly recommend them to people who keep traveling from one place to another on most of the time.

Battery life

Tablets are preferred more as compared to the laptops because the battery power of the tablets is better. In simple words, the number of time charging is required of a tablet is less as compared to the laptop.

Data Storage

The storage space of a laptop is higher than the tablet. So those people who require to store plenty of items on it prefer generally going for a laptop.

Output

The computing actions are better performed in laptops rather than the tablet. For instance, graphics performance work. This type of work is more suitable for laptops.

Price

The degree of cost varies gadget to gadget, so it will not be possible for allocating any specific amount to any of them. So a tie is there whenever it comes to the price of laptop or tablet.

Standalone gadget

For having a backup, the tablet needs cloud storage. When it comes to applications and data, the laptop is considered a way more ahead.

Hope you have been able to decide according to your suitability whether you should go for a laptop or tablet.

Source :https://billymarkblog.wordpress.com/2019/03/07/tablet-vs-laptop-which-should-you-buy/


Billy Mark is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Billy has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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