Samsung Galaxy Nexus Plus and HTC One X Plus, both are one of the most anticipated phones of the year and both of them have a name to which they are supposed to live up to. Here goes the full on comparison between these two rumored successors who are supposed to inherit the ‘Plus’ factor.
Neither Samsung nor HTC, have exactly been among the list of the sharing types and this is the sole reason why we know so less about them. However, this doesn’t mean that we are completely blank on how these ‘Plus’ phones would look like.
According to speculations, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Plus will probably have the same candy bar design which we have already seen in many of the previous Nexus devices. HTC One X Plus on the other hand will also follow the same unibody design which was seen in its predecessor.
If rumors are to be believed then the Samsung Galaxy Nexus would come with the same Super AMOLED HD display featured in Samsung Galaxy S3 but this time with a 4.65 inch screen size, which if true will be nothing compared to the HTC One X Plus’ rumored 5+ inch screen size. A leak has also suggested that the One X Plus display will be coming with a resolution of 1280×720.
According to some leaks which surfaced not too long ago, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Plus will be featuring a 1.5GHz dual core A9 processor while HTC One X Plus will also be packing some processing power thanks to the 1.7 GHz nVIDIA Tegra3 heart running in it.
Other Tech Specs
Apart from the tech specs discussed above, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Plus is also packing a 4G LTE, NFC, 8MP rear and 1.9MP front camera,at least 1 GB RAM, 16GB of on board storage and surprisingly enough a microSD card slot and since it is a Nexus device we are most probably seeing at Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Not much is known about the HTC One X Plus but here is what is known so far, 4G LTE, NFC, at least 32 GB of internal memory with most probably more storage options and no microSD card slot, 2 GB of RAM and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
If truth to be told, it would be really unfair to judge a smartphone even before it is released. But if told at the first glance, I would advice you to go for Samsung Galaxy Nexus Plus only and only if you prefer pure Jelly Bean experience and if not, then the HTC Sense featured in the HTC One X Plus is the best choice for you.