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Both the Google Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets are believed to be the best Android smartphones in the market.
However, for those who were looking for a smartphone to enhance the productivity, choosing between the two handsets would be difficult.
Both the Galaxy S4 and the Nexus 5 handsets offer high quality 5-inch display having a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. However, the difference lies in the color reproduction offered by both the handsets. The S4 is believed to produce oversaturated colors, providing a cold look. On the contrary, the Nexus 5 complains of washed-out blacks and duller colors, as compared to the S4 handset. Nevertheless, both handsets offer excellent displays.
Performance and RAM
For high-end productivity, you would require a quick smartphone with requisite RAM for getting the job done successfully. In this respect, the Nexus 5 edges past the Galaxy S4 handset. The Nexus 5 comprises of a Snapdragon 800 quad core processor, running at a speed of 2.3GHz. On the other hand, the Galaxy S4 handset incorporates a Snapdragon 600 processor from Qualcomm, clocked at 1.9GHz. The Nexus 5 gets a slight edge over the S4 smartphone. Regardless, the Nexus 5 can handle any kind of processor-intensive applications thrown its way.
Both the handsets come equipped with a RAM of 2GB, enough to get any job done lag free.
Both the Nexus 5 and Galaxy S4 encompasses of either 32GB or 16GB of internal memory. However, the S4 smartphone incorporates a microSD card slot for memory enhancement up to 64GB. The additional memory storage enables the Galaxy S4 to handle more files.
Android compatibility is of utmost importance. Google upgrades Android on a regular basis. However, not every upgrade may come equipped with features to boost up the productivity.
The Google Nexus 5 is a pure Android smartphone. It comprises of the latest Android version 4.4 KitKat. The Galaxy S4 encompasses Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, which does not make it a pure Android smartphone. The Nexus 5 gets upgraded quickly than the Galaxy S4 handset.
You would not get additional software with the Nexus 5 handset. However, the Samsung Galaxy S4 incorporates TouchWiz UI along with a plethora of software features. Regardless, not all are a big fan of the TouchWiz UI offered by Samsung. Therefore, both the handsets come at par in this department.
For those who were looking for camera features, the Galaxy S4 is the handset for them. The GS4 incorporates a massive 13MP camera to an 8MP camera of the Google Nexus 5 handset. Moreover, Samsung encompasses superior phone software.
In terms of price, the Nexus 5 takes the lead. The Nexus 5 handset can be availed for a price, ranging from $349 to $399 and without contract. On the other hand, the GS4 off-contract handset comes at a price of $600.
Overall, both the handsets are excellent. For those who crave for camera features and extra storage, the GS4 would suit their requirements. On the other hand, those looking for budget-friendly smartphone with decent features, the Nexus 5 would suit them best.