|Samsung Galaxy Nexus|
See? If pressed (and sued), mobile phone design teams don't have to be lazy and can design great looking phones that DO NOT look like the iPhone. That's always been one of the main reasons I like Ericsson / Sony Ericsson, they haven't done an iPhone clone yet.
Samsung and Motorola have announced their new flagship phones. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Motorola Droid Razr. Both phones carry impressive specs.
|Motorola Droid Razr|
The Motorola boasts being only 7.1mm thick (with a lump measuring about 10.5 mm at the top, near the camera) while Samsung's measures 8.9 mm, sporting a first-of-its-kind curved screen.
While both phones have 4.3" AMOLED screens, the Galaxy Nexus has an incredible 1280 x 720 resolution making it a true HD phone and one of the few in the 300+ ppi range. The Droid Razr is no slouch though, sporting a 960 x 540 resolution putting it above most current Android phones which have 854 x 480 displays.
Both will be sporting 1.2 GHz dual-core CPUs as well. But the biggest advantage of Samsung is that it will be using Google's latest Android version, Ice Cream Sandwich. Although I'm pretty sure Motorola will be getting the update shortly after since they are owned by Google now.
The next few months leading up to the Holiday season are gonna be very exciting!