Clash of HTC Titan: Galaxy Nexus rival

Since the beginning of this year, many new devices from a vast array of manufacturers have made their way to retailer shelves. Two mobile phones to add to the mix are that of HTC’s Titan and Samsung’s new Galaxy Nexus, both of which will release with some impressive specifications.

First up is that of the Titan, something of which we have already spoken about. In terms of screen size, the HTC will arrive with a 4.7-inch display, compared to that of the Galaxy Nexus with its 4.65-inch. What sets the Nexus apart from the Titan is that the display has no buttons, therefore allowing Samsung to get away with such a huge screen.

Next up is that of its operating system. The HTC Titan will run on Windows Mango which as explained, benefits the phone with efficient multi-tasking, as well as audio search accessing the Zune Marketplace straight off. On the other hand, the Galaxy Nexus will release with the brand new Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 OS, allowing again multi-tasking but the implementation of Near Field Communication (NFC).

Now in terms of speed, the Titan will include a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 512MB of RAM, whilst the Galaxy Nexus will pack a 1.2GHz dual-core and 1GB of RAM. Camera wise, you would be fooled into thinking that the HTC Titan wins hands down with a bigger rear 8-megapixel camera compared to the Nexus 5 megapixel. But don’t be, Samsung’s camera with 1080p video recording includes reduced shutter delay, panoramic views and its front 1.3 megapixel allows you to unlock your smartphone using just facial detection.

Lastly is that of battery size, the Titan will pack a 1600mAh whilst the Galaxy Nexus will come with a meatier 1750mAh.

Give us your thoughts regarding the two in question? Is there a clear winner for you?

  • LordVader

    I have always used Windows Phones
    but now im tempted to Android

    it does seem alot more better
    I gues WP8 will make me change my Mind  :)

  • Srinivas Rajkumar

    really doubt that… by the time they release their software android would have reached a whole new level…..