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Well I was long time apple user, but got my new Nexus 7 and I love it. I have iphone 4 atm, and I have a friend that needs iphone, and offering me samsung galaxy nexus (new) for direct exchange? Is nexus much better than iphone 4? Only thing that I think that I will miss is ios, but it seems that google play will get its way in this battle. So the main q is, how much better is Nexus than iphone 4? What I will get, and lose in this exchange? btw, LOVE YOUR VIDEOS LOCKERGNOME!!!

asked Dec 01 '12 at 11:38

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Well, all I can say is take a look at the specs of the phone. If the hardware is better, it can be classed as "better". But, if you want the "apple experience", then stay with your iPhone. You may, if only by matter of opinion, feel it is "better". Myself, I like to know that I am using open source where I can, and so I tend to float toward Android because it uses the Linux kernel.

answered Dec 01 '12 at 22:36

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Thanks, as I saw browsing the net, the fact is that iphone 4 is a bit old, and nexus is still great phone, so if I will stick up with same phone for another 2 years I think I will go with nexus, better hardware, and I am a bit sick of boring ios.

answered Dec 01 '12 at 22:40

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Reality is, iPhone 4 was old when it came out.

(Dec 02 '12 at 02:15) Drmgiver Drmgiver's gravatar image

The experience is about the same as the Nexus 7. If you enjoy that, I would go for the Galaxy Nexus. Bigger screen, faster processor, Google services, Android 4.2.1! (If its an unlocked GSM variant) I am a Gnex owner myself. :)

answered Dec 02 '12 at 18:12

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