Don’t you know the difference between Samsung Galaxy S4 and Nexus 7? No problem, this article will reveal the good and the less good of these devices.
Display and Design
On screens Nexus 7 is bigger than Galaxy S4 since the first one has a 7inch LED-backlit IPS LCD capacitive touch screen while the second one has only 5inches of Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen. Resolution on Galaxy S4 is 1080pixels and Nexus 7’s is 1200x1920pixels.
Nexus 7 is more than twice as heavy as Galaxy S4 because it weights 290g whereas Galaxy is only 130g. Dimensions are pretty different too, Nexus 7 is 200x114x8.7mm and Galaxy S4 is 136×69.8×7.9mm.
Hardware and Operating System
Samsung Galaxy S4 interior looks great with a quad core 1.6GHz cortex A15 and quad core 1.2GHz cortex A7 processor and Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset while Nexus 7 brings to the table a 1.5GHz quad core krait processor and Qualcomm Snapdragon S4Pro chipset.
Internal memory on Galaxy S4 varies from 16GB to 64 and can be upgraded to another 64GB with a Micro SD card. Nexus 7 has only 16GB and 32GB variants and no possibility for larger memory.
These devices are on the same page regarding the operating system that is Jelly Bean running on Android platform with 2GB of RAM.
First camera on Samsung Galaxy S4 rules with 13MP provided with autofocus and LED flash. Its second one has 2MP.
Nexus 7 falls behind with a 5MP principal camera with autofocus while the second one has only 1.2MP.
While Nexus 7 is provided with a non-removable Li-lon 3950mAh battery, Galaxy S4 has a Li-lon 2600mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy S4 is to be found at the price of 419.94$ and Nexus 7 at 145.50$.
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