In our last comparison, we pitted the very best from Motorola’s camp, the incredibly thin DROID RAZR, against the high-flying and Ice Cream Sandwich filled Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This time around, however, we’re again pitting the venerable Verizon Galaxy Nexus against the Beats Audio enabled HTC Rezound to find out exactly how these two polished Android smartphones stack up against one another. Featuring very similar specs, like dual-core processors, 720p displays, and 4G LTE connectivity, we’re going to need to dive in even further to find out which one truly deserves your hard earned money!
Frankly, neither device flaunts a compelling design that captures our attention right off the bat, and to tell you the truth, they pretty much follow the same conventional approach. First of all, they’re both comprised out of plastic, which results in a decent build quality, but the HTC Rezound is the thicker and more heavy of the two. Meanwhile, we do like that the Verizon Galaxy Nexus is pretty streamlined and lightweight by today’s standards, but its wide figure makes it difficult for those with smaller hands to grip the handset.