The Nexus S has the cell phone industry buzzing, with its dramatic style and Android 2.3 operating system. Manufactured by Samsung and marketed by Google, the Nexus S is the first phone to use the latest version of Google’s open operating system. On the other hand, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G has been a hit for T-Mobile since it was released last month, and it also has its share of innnovations. How do these two cellular powerhouses compare in a face-to-face Wirefly Schmackdown?
The T-Mobile myTouch 4G features high-speed (4G) Internet connectivity, a front-facing camera and a speedy processor that makes it a powerhouse among Android phones. The Nexus is built from Samsung’s popular Galaxy S line and features a crisp 4-inch Super AMOLED screen that just may be the best display in the industry. In addition, the Android 2.3 operating system in the Nexus S has its advantages over Android 2.2 in the myTouch 4G, but the myTouch 4G fights back with 4G Internet connectivity that runs rings around the 3G connection for the Nexus S.
Inside, both phones have speedy 1 GHz processors, and both phones work quickly and smoothly. There are several other differences between these state-of-the-Android-art phones, so click on the video to the right to see a full Schmackdown comparison.