Nowadays, it can be rather difficult to shop around for an Android powered smartphone if you happen to be a Verizon customer, mainly due to the extensive quality devices that are readily available for the taking. Very recently, the Motorola DROID 4 brought the spotlight back to one of platform’s most prominent Android families, which is hardly a surprise considering that this model has been upgraded with 4G LTE connectivity and an even better keyboard. Nevertheless, it’s going to be intriguing to see how this newcomer will extinguish the light emanating from within the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to proclaim the coveted spot as the top Android smartphone for Verizon Wireless.
Neither device jumps out at us with some kind of killer design that’s awe-inspiring, but when it comes down to it, we simply prefer the fresh appeal of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Not only is it the sleeker, lighter, and the slightly sturdier handset, but its uniform clean front surface and rounded looks seems to delight our eyes versus the angular construction of the DROID 4. Actually, Motorola’s beauty is equally sturdy on its own, but it seems more susceptible to damage if dropped from a good height because of its two-piece construction.