Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 Specs Battle

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4

Even though it was launched almost half a year ago, the Nexus 4 is still one of the most desired Android-powered smartphones on the market. On the other hand the Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to become the best-selling Android smartphone in 2013. Therefore, we though it’s time to see the result of the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle. Which one will win the fight? I will try to answer this question in the article below.

The Nexus 4 is the first device of the Nexus tribe co-developed by Google and LG. The first Nexus smartphone, dubbed Nexus One, was co-developed by the Mountain View-based company and HTC. Samsung took up the stack for the next two Nexus smartphones, developing the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus. Now Google has teamed-up with LG and this is how the Nexus 4 saw the light of day.

As you probably know (or not) the Nexus 4 is developed on the hardware platform of the Optimus G, but Google and LG changed its design, while the search engine giant installed the latest version of its operating system on it.

Samsung Galaxy S4 is the latest flagship smartphone developed by the South Korea-based phone maker, being the successor of the popular Galaxy S3. Everyone expects the Galaxy S4 to continue the Galaxy S family legacy and become the best-selling Android smartphone of 2013. Moreover, the Asians announced that they are expecting to sell 100 million S4 units by the end 2013.

There will be nine rounds in the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle, each round bringing 1 point for the winner. We will put the the two devices head to had and judge their performance when it comes to Display, Processor, Memory, Connectivity, Dimensions, Design, Operating System, Camera, and Price.

Let’s begin the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle!

Display

Well, each time you choose your smartphone you should take a close look at its display and choose wisely. After all, the display is the component you are looking at each time you grab your smartphone.

Since the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Nexus 4 belong to different generations, you will find a lot of differences when it comes to display and not only.

The Nexus 4 brings a 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus display, with a resolution of 1,280 x 768 pixels and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 2 technology. By 2012 standards the display of the Nexus 4 is the real deal.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 boasts a 5-inch display with full HD resolution and Super AMOLED panel. Nothing too cocky if you look at other flagships launched in 2013, but way above what the Nexus 4 has to offer. The Galaxy S4 also comes with Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

Of course, the Super AMOLED displays have their fans but also their haters. While the Super AMOLED panels come with unrivaled viewing angles, brightness and contrast, the color reproduction is not what you’d call accurate on a Super AMOLED display. Moreover, the Super AMOLED displays perform lamentably under direct sunlight.

It’s obvious that the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 display round goes to the flagship smartphone South Korea-based company, the Galaxy S4 winning the first round of our fight.

Processor

The processor is also an important component of a smartphone, because, let’s face it, the processor make the things go round.

The Nexus 4 is powered by a Qualcomm chipset, the Snapdragon S4 Pro unit with four Krait 200 cores at 1.5 GHz and Adreno 320 GPU, the processor that until this year was the most powerful ever fitted inside a smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with an Exynos 5 Octa processor, with four Cortex A15 cores at 1.6 GHz used to deliver the best of power when required to, and four Cortex A7 cores at 1.2 GHz meant to reduce battery consumption. In fact it seems that Samsung actually managed to make the Exynos 5 Octa SoC more battery friendly, as the South Koreans have announced its 70% more efficient than the Exynos 5 Dual chipset. The Exynos 5 Octa comes wit a tri-core PowerVR SGX 544MP3 GPU.

There’s also a Qualcomm-powered variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4. It comes with quad-core 1.9 GHz Krait 300 CPU and Adreno 320 graphics processing. This variant will be retailed in US, Canada, Australia, and several other regions, because the Exynos 5 Octa chipset wasn’t compatible with the LTE networks in the aforementioned countries.

Either way, the Samsung Galaxy S4 outperforms the Nexus 4 in the processor battle, as both the Exynos 5 Octa and the Snapdragon 600 solutions are more powerful than the Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset of the Google dev phone.

Memory

Google the devs are filling up the Play Store with loads of media content and 3D games that can be sized up to 2 GB. Well, for that you will need a lot of storage, and since the cloud storage solutions are out of question because they have the ability to seriously damage data plans, we will have to stick to what the smartphone can bring to us.

The Nexus 4 has 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB or 16 GB of internal storage. Well, while 8 GB are simply not enough, I guess that the 16 GB variant would please most of the users. The microSD cards are not supported.

On the other hand the Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with 16, 32, 64 GB of internal storage, but it also allows the user to expand it using microSD cards of up to 64 GB. That’s up to 128 GB of storage.

Unless 16 GB means more than 128 GB, then the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the winner of this round. Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4: 3 – 0.

Connectivity

The 4G LTE is one of the biggest selling points of the modern smartphones, and Samsung is aware of it, sacrificing its proprietary Exynos 5 Octa SoC for a Qualcomm solution because of the LTE limitations of the first.

Even though the Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset of the Nexus 4 comes with an integrated LTE chip, the device doesn’t have 4G LTE support. On Android 4.1 Jelly Bean the users have been capable to find a way to fool the system and get LTE support on their Nexus 4, but with the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update, Google has “fixed” this issue, leaving the Nexus 4 owners outside the LTE party.

The Nexus 4 comes with HSPA+, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0, and 3.5 mm audio jack.

In terms of connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy S4 brings everything you would expect from a modern smartphone and some more. You will get 4G LTE, HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, NFC chip, Infrared port, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0, and 3.5 mm audio jack.

As I mentioned above, the LTE is a very important feature, that’s why the Nexus 4 loses this battle, too. +1 Samsung Galaxy S4.

Dimensions

The smartphone makers are constantly trying to make their smartphones as thinnest and lightest as possible. Moreover, the users are making their decisions based on the two aforementioned specifications.

The Nexus 4 measures 133.9 x 68.7 x 9.1 mm and has a weight of 139 grams.

On the other hand the Samsung Galaxy S4 is 2.7 mm taller than the Nexus 4 (Galaxy S4 is 136.6 mm tall), 1.1 mm wider (69.8 mm), but is 1.2 mm thinner (7.9 mm) which is a lot on a market where every 0.1 mm counts when it comes to a smartphone’s profile. The Galaxy S4 is also 9 grams lighter, but the difference is not significant. We shouldn’t forget that the Samsung Galaxy S4 has to accommodate a bigger display.

Because the Samsung Galaxy S4 is definitely the thinner of the two devices, the Dimensions round of the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle goes to the South Korean flagship.

Design

Many of the customers are choosing their smartphones based on the design of the device, thus we decided that one of the rounds of the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle should be about their design.

Samsung has never excelled when it came to design and the materials used for their smartphones, and the Galaxy S4 makes no exception. The new flagship smartphone borrows the design language introduced last year by the Galaxy S3 and continued by the Galaxy Note 2. It has the same platic back lid that gives you to access the battery, microSIM, and microSD card. Even though the Galaxy S4 comes with a bigger display than the one of the S3, the new flagship is just as tall and even less wider than its predecessor, because it brings thinner display bezel.

On the other hand the Nexus 4 is a premium looking smartphone. Google and LG used glass for the back of the Android-powered terminal, which makes the device look classy. In terms of design language, the Nexus 4 is a reminiscent of the Galaxy Nexus, the only differences on the front panel being the redesigned earpiece grille.

It’s obvious that the Nexus 4 is the better-looking smartphone, therefore the design round of the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle goes to the Google + LG smartphone.

Operating System

Even though both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Nexus 4 are running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, there are a some major differences when it comes to UI.

Because it’s a member of the Nexus family, the Nexus 4 is running Vanilla Android 4.2.2, which brings the stock Android user interface. Another advantage of the Nexus 4 is that it will always be among the first wave of device that receive the latest Android updates.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has the company’s proprietary TouchWiz Nature UX interface on top of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Samsung has tried to bring some innovating features on its Galaxy S4, therefore the smartphone comes with Smart Scroll, touch less gestures, and all the motions controls of the Galaxy S3 (Smart Stay, Pop-up-play, Direct Call, etc.).

Even though the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the smartphone that brings more software features, the Nexus 4 will always be up to date with the latest Android firmwares. Moreover, the Nexus 4 is the one of the few devices that delivers the pure Android experience. For these reasons, the smartphone co-developed by Google and LG winds the Operating System round of the Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle.

Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 battle continues with the Camera round. Let’s see which of the two smartphones will win this one.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 boasts a 13 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, Dual Shot, Simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilization, HDR, and support for full HD video recording, with dual-video recording support.

Samsung also added its own features to the camera of the Galaxy S4: Eraser Shot (allows the user to remove unwanted moving objects), Cinema Photo (creates a picture where objects selected by the users are moving, while the other ones are still), Drama Shot (takes picture of moving objects and merges them into one shot), Sound & Shot (adds a couple of seconds of sound to a picture), and many other goodies.

The Nexus 4 comes with an 8 megapixel sensor mounted on the back, with limited camera app features. The Nexus 4 camera also comes with autofocus, LED flash, full HD video recording, simultaneous HD and video recording, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, and the Photo Sphere function that allows the user to take 360 degree panorama photos.

Well, it’s pretty obvious that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the smartphone that wins this round, scoring another point in its battle against Nexus 4.

Price

The price was one of the main factors that made the Nexus 4 such a popular smartphone. Somehow, Google managed to sell an amazingly powerful smartphone for only $349 (price in Google Play Store for the unlocked 16 GB version). The Nexus 4 is also available at various carriers with prices ranging between $50 and $100 with two years of contract.

Even though the South Korean company didn’t officially unveiled the price of the Samsung Galaxy S4, we are expecting the unlocked 16 GB variant to hit the market priced between $600 and $700. With a two year agreement the Galaxy S4 will most likely be available at most carriers with a price tag of $199.

With all these being said, the Nexus 4 is definitely the cheaper smartphone, being great value for the money. Another point goes to the Nexus 4.

Conclusions

The Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Nexus 4 specs battle has come to an end, so let’s have a look back and see which smartphone is better.

The Nexus 4 managed to score 3 points. Because it comes with a premium-looking glass body, has an amazingly low price, and because it will always be up to date with the latest Android versions, the Nexus 4 won in front of the Galaxy S4 when it came to Design, Price, and Operating System.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has won six rounds, scoring 6 points, outmatching the Nexus 4 when it came to Display, Processor, Memory, Connectivity, Dimensions, and Camera, courtesy of its full HD 5-inch display, powerful octo-core Exynos 5 Octa chipset, 4G LTE support, and because it is only 7.9 mm thin and has a feature-packed 13 megapixel camera.

Summing up, the Samsung Galaxy S4 wins the battle against Nexus 4. Is our result the same with yours? Please let us know in the comments section if we misjudged certain rounds.

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  • Anon

    You’re pretty biased for the S4…

  • Chris

    1080p on a 5 inch device isn’t good for anything other than wasting battery and eating GPU cycles. I can’t perceive individual pixels on my N4s 1280×768 screen, and I’ll avoid full HD displays if possible when i grab a new phone in a year or so.

    The advantages of the S4 are USB OTG and SD card support. .3 more inches is nice, but I prefer the slightly wider than normal N4 display at 4.7 inches in a 16:10 AR, its pretty much perfect. If it had a micro SD slot I wouldn’t even take notice of other forthcoming pocket computers.

  • Hari

    Spec by spec S4 is the handsdown winner..i use Nexus 4 and it is an amazing phone..i have no regrets not waiting for S4 or HTC one.

  • Sam

    You can’t compare Oranges with Mangoes. They have their own taste smell.

  • eggface5

    How is he bias? This is comparing facts and specs… not opinions. Check bias out in the dictionary

  • Dhimant

    I dont require such high specs as S4 and I am very much satisfied by my Nexus 4 …. Such Low Price, Great features and it can still compete S4 ….

  • Jacob M. Bauer

    So you’re honestly comparing one phone with another one that costs twice as much?

  • http://www.facebook.com/mehwish.reza.mehwish Mehwish Raza

    Nexus 4 is great smartphone.

  • Uriah Romero

    There is quite a lot to like on the Nexus 4 like immediate updates, but I think I would go for the Galaxy S4, seeing that it has a faster processor, better camera, and a 1080p display that I’d love to try out soon. I pass the time by watching my live and recorded shows on my phone while I’m on my way to work at DISH, since it take a while to get there. I am able to stream from my DVR everywhere I go using the DISH Anywhere app and I’d love to see how everything looks on a higher resolution display.

    • $27519812

      THe N4 cpu is already way too much cpu as it is. I took a look at em to see what they are doing. Most of the time 3 of the 4 cores sit idle because they aren’t even needed. You’ ll see an occasional flash of a second core put to work. When the phone is idle the lone active core runs about 384 Mhz and but sometimes you’ll see it hit 1.5 Ghz. So this phone has way more than enough. Good luck noticing the difference in HD (1080 vs 768) on screens this small. You’ll never see it.

  • Kevin Coyle

    This is like comparing apples and oranges. They’re in two different markets. The nexus 4 is a mid price phone and the s4 is a high end. What’s next a review of the ford fiesta vs a ferrari?

  • RobbyTaylor

    Display – Nexus 4: more than good enough; it’s still HD on a pocket sized screen, come on…

    Processor – Nexus 4: more than good enough; it’s still a 1.5GHz quad core CPU in your pocket, come on…

    Memory – Nexus 4: 2GB RAM, awesome. 16GB storage, no micro SD..:…the first of the S4’s 6 wins that’s actually worth considering. But still totally useable with media streaming.

    Connectivity: Nexus 4: As long as you have good HSPA+ in your area, it’s still pretty fast. Definitely fast enough for me; I can stream Netflix or Spotify, and I don’t feel like I am being really held back while browsing. How fast do you really need internet on a phone?

    Dimensions: Nexus 4: fits great in my pocket, feels great in my hand. Seriously? 1.2 mm of thickness and that gives the S4 the win? -_-. I think, with phones this thin, in-hand feel is more important than thickness. Now, if we were talking a chunky flip phone…

    Camera: Nexus 4: come on, this camera produces some solid pictures, and photo sphere is really cool. How many megapixels do you need in a smart phone? Why not wait until you actually have shots taken by the S4 before you definitively say that it’s better than the Nexus 4? Besides, anyone who’s really serious about photography will likely have a better camera already anyway.

    Basically, 5 of the 6 wins given to the S4 are moot points for most people, the only exception being the limited storage of the phone. Whereas 1 of the 3 for the N4 is huge (Price), another 1 of the 3 is also a big deal to a lot of people (Operating System), and the last one is arguably more significant than at least half of the wins given to the S4.

    Something not considered here is that, while the Nexus 4 does a good to awesome job on every category (save storage capacity), the S4 is terrible in what is arguably the most important category, price, and while it is good to awesome in every other category, the categories where it outshines the N4 are all moot because the N4 is already more than good enough in all of those categories.

    • $27519812

      Photo sphere really is the coolest. No problems fitting everybody and everything into a single pic. After you have had a N4 in your hands you care less about what else is coming out. S4 is just overkill really. I mean, is a quad core Krait with 2 GB of ram not enough??? I stream Netflix with no problem too and see speeds as high on 22 MB on HSPA+. One day I am gonna flash the radio to .33 just to satisfy my curiousity with the onboard LTE. If Google is smart they’ll just do the paperwork with the FCC and unlock the LTE asap. Then they could just advertise the N4 as an LTE phone at an outstanding price and no one would even dare look anywhere else.

      • Jesus

        Photosphere is awesome.

        However, it would be best if the N4’s camera was as awesome.

        Try photosphere in a dim room; the results are useless.

    • Darknut

      Nexus 4 clearly wins in the dimensions aspect because of the feel in the hand and the portability. The thinness hardly makes a difference, it only becomes a factor when you are comparing phones with very similar length and width, in this case the S4 is much bigger and therefore much more unwieldy compared to the N4. The N4 would win this category by a mile (and a half). Also design and build quality.. you can argue some people like the looks of the S4 (I call BS on this, it certainly looks nicer than the S3, but not nearly nice) while the S4 looks decent (that back is sexy).. and in terms of build quality the N4 again is clearly far surpassing the S4s quality..

      • Jesus

        The N4 does not feel ‘nice’ in the hand, when compared to the Galaxy S4. The GS4 is lighter, and the back is a seamless piece of slightly curved polycarbonate (plastic), while the N4 is not seamless; you have flat glass, and then that corner with that rubbery material.

        Trust me, i’ve a N4 (which is better value), but my friend’s GS4 feels nicer in the hand.

        • Darknut

          Hmm, this was a LOOONG time ago :P

          • Jesus

            heh… indeed. So are you going to fight me, or am i going to be bored?

          • Darknut

            The real question at this time is: LG G2, Nexus 5 (LG) or Note 3?
            (I would say the S4 is outclassed, not obsolete, it’s still a very good phone, but not nearly even close to the ‘best’ anymore)

  • Abojoe

    from pure specs point of view the S4 is a clear winner but in real life its completely a different story …
    In real life i don’t know what is name of the App which will not run smoothly on a quad core s4 pro cpu with 2 GB ram and adreno 320 GPU!? in real life Android is all about customization … user customization not manufacture’s ! and there is no phone out there that give you the custom-ability like the nexus 4

    In real life being up to date (OS wise) is a very important point and only nexus will grantee you the fastest Android updates …
    On paper S4 is the best phone in the world …
    In real life Nexus is the “Androidest” phone in the word !!

    in real life Nexus is the winner !

  • Jaime Heiss

    for me the GPS and battery life are the main issues. that’s why i’m so annoyed with my google galaxy nexus, because the gps doesn’twork 90% of the time, and when it does, it drains the battery very fast.

    • Brainy142

      Get gpsstatus and it should definately help with your gps issue.

    • HDee

      The galaxy nexus is not the same as the nexus 4.

  • Uriah Romero

    The Nexus 4 is one fantastic phone, especially considering that it is pure Android. I would still prefer the Galaxy S4 because I have had better experiences with Samsung phones. In addition, it has a faster processor, better camera, and a 1080p display that should make everything look brilliant. Since it takes a while to get there, I like to pass the time while I’m on my way to work at DISH by watching my live and recorded shows on my phone. I can stream from my DVR wherever I go with the DISH Anywhere app and I think it will work wonderfully on a higher resolution display.

  • sciaobelo

    To everybody who says that you can’t compare two phones with such a price difference:

    Of course you can! As long as you price influences your choice. And to many, it does.

    • RobbyTaylor

      What’s funny is, despite the price difference and the fact that the Nexus 4 came out months earlier, they’re pretty comparable regardless. Which is pretty amazing, when you consider that the Nexus 4 should really be compared against the S3, while the S4 should be compared to the Nexus 5 (once its specs are confirmed)

  • Adam

    S4 doesn’t use all 8 cores at the same time it uses 4 strong cores the same strength as the nexus 4 for Internet and downloads and things like that and uses 4 other weaker cores for gaming and other such activities so really the nexus 4’s 4 cores are faster all around though are the same speed when it comes to using the Internet.

    • RobbyTaylor

      Actually it’s the other way around; it uses the weaker cores for simpler tasks such as browsing the web, texting, etc because those tasks are less intensive and those cores use less power. It uses the high power cores for intensive things like gaming. Your conclusion is correct though, the Nexus 4 has comparable CPU performance, although I’m not sure which approach is more power efficient. It’s a bit inconsequential, since you have to look at the phone as a whole to get a good idea about battery life. The GPU in the S4, I think is marginally better than the Nexus 4…but the Nexus 4 GPU is no slouch (you would probably have to go out of your way to find a game that really punishes the Nexus 4; it’s actually faster for gaming than the Nexus 7 or Nexus 10!); I haven’t had any problems with games on my Nexus 4, although admittedly I don’t game that much. I can say that Bard’s Tale plays great. Plus, remember that the S4 has a higher resolution and will have to push more pixels for a similar frame rate. If anyone is really concerned about the Nexus 4’s power, the Nexus 5 will definitely impress.

      What’s most ironic is that people who are quick to downplay the fact that the Nexus 4 is in the same class as the S4 are also quick to downplay the advantages that the Nexus 4 has over the S3, even though that gap is much larger. Not that the S3 isn’t a good phone, it is, but it just doesn’t have the same reserve as the Nexus 4 and S4.

  • Riyan

    Guys, is it true that the Nexus 4 has problems on the push mail and notification? Several forums state the issues, and still experience that in v4.2.2
    I would like to buy this device, but I may choose another product if that’d be the issue. Since I mainly need the push email & notifications.

    • HDee

      Mine has had minor issues with my attached hotmail account, these are just server sync issues, which have stopped now, I had no problem with my gmail accounts at all, all push notifications work fine.

  • janessadawn

    I was soooooo excited when I upgraded to the Nexus 4 from my iPhone 4 last fall. I was among the lucky ones who managed to place an order while Google’s servers freaked out. Well, it’s been 6 months and I’ve already had enough. My husband has the S3, and while I appreciate the vanilla Android experience, I’m going to preorder the S4 today.

    Simply put, the camera on the Nexus 4 is shit. Absolute shit. I take a lot of pictures, and every picture has an orange tint (if shot in enough light so as not to use a flash), or is as grainy as my first digital camera from 2002 if used with a flash. I don’t like having to edit every picture before I post it, and I don’t post terrible-quality pictures. I took the same picture on my N4 and my friend’s S3 last weekend, and that was the final straw. But yeah, if picture quality isn’t important to you, the Nexus 4 is a decent phone.

    • HDee

      No of dense, but you clearly need to learn how to adjust the exposure on your camera, and if that’s honestly too difficult for you, there’s even a post photo filter set on the phone that let’s you filter out colour tints, If you cared about having a great camera phone, you should have done your research first, and bought Nokia pure view device. Its not a shit phone at all, and if you’re ordering the S4, you’ve failed to do your research yet again, there are far cheaper phones that use much better cameras.

    • faiyad

      You can modify the fps,megapixels. Actually everything

  • Frank

    Why’d you read it if you didn’t want ten compared..?

  • SmackDown

    Idk why you guys are so infuriated, the nexus is not S4’s rival. Someone just asked for a comparison and they got it. The real rival of most to all android devices is the iPhone. They are both in the mobile phone market so it is appropriate to compare. Come on… Making such a big deal over nothing, don’t worry. Everyone has opinions, and they have the right to speak them. If you don’t like it make your own comparison.

  • Jeppetto

    You’re pretty biased for the S4…

    +1

    Terrible Review.

  • HDee

    It seems somewhat insane to compare these 2 phones, honestly. It would be almost like comparing a $80,000 car with a $20,000 car. Obviously the $80,000 car will have better features, but how many people want to spend $80,000 on a car? I think the most important thing to recognise in any market place is ‘value for money’ and if this review proves anything, it’s that the S4 is nearly three times the price of the nexus 4 and offers less than twice the value, so it would be almost stupid of you to buy the device, when Google are offering the best value device on the market, and the service is outstanding, I ordered my phone at 4pm, and got it the next day at 9am (no additional delivery fee). The S4 is a great device, but offers almost no value for money.

  • vikas

    really shocked y this man hasn’t spoke abt useable memory of S4 (16gb variant)…..usable is only 8.2GB for 16 gb model…rest 32gb & 64 Gb is never availble accross globe..specially in INDIA…if u fine 32 /64 gb anyvhere in INDIA,,do let meknov..othevise,16 gb model is like cheating the customers….

  • Ronald Stanly

    How Can we compare 23000 with 41000??
    So according to if Nexus Scores 3 points compared to a Gaint (S4).Nexus is a winner

  • Jim

    This was the stupidest comparison I’ve ever seen. Do you write for Apple too? Where can I see your comparison of the iPhone 3gs vs the the iPhone 5?

  • mw

    my friend has an s4 and i have a n4. I really dont think the s4 is that much better. Im not saying it isnt but really its not worth an extra 600 or however much. Seriously ppl who are calling the n4 shit, just go back to apple products. The n4 is incredible, its fast and smooth really when it comes down to it i think of this as a sprint between usain bolt and yohan blake. Bolt is always going to win but blake puts in a fantastic effort