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Screen Comparison: Galaxy Nexus vs. DROID RAZR vs. HTC Rezound

One of the top selling points for all three of Verizon’s big holiday devices (DROID RAZR, Galaxy Nexus and Rezound) will undoubtedly be their screens. Some have variations of the Super AMOLED display while another has a Super LCD. One is “qHD” while the others are the world’s first “HD” screens. There has been talk of PenTile and hatching and whether or not you can tell a difference between them at such high pixel densities. It can give you a headache if you dig too deeply into it, so that’s exactly what we did for you. As usual though, we like to keep it light on the science.  

First off, let’s get the specs out of the way so that we all know what we are dealing with here:

  • Galaxy Nexus:  4.65″ HD Super AMOLED (1280×720 resolution) – 316ppi
  • HTC Rezound:  4.3″ Super LCD HD (1280×720 resolution) – 342ppi
  • DROID RAZR:  4.3″ Super AMOLED Advanced (960×540 resolution) – 256ppi

With specs set, let’s take a look at the first macro shot of the three screens side-by-side-by-side. It’s a simple photo of website text zoomed out ever so slightly from each display. As you can see, all three of them read absolutely fine and show no distortion, pixelation or anything else that would have you complaining. Now, if you click on the image to get the full version, you will get the full effect with the PenTile hatching on the RAZR and Nexus. Does it matter all that much? To me, with these phones, no. The pixel densities are high enough that your naked eye will never be able to tell, as was the point of the picture below.

In order:  Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound, DROID RAZR

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And just for fun, we took one more under a different lighting scenario so that you can really see the differences between the display panels. You can see how hard the Super AMOLEDs are working because they have to share pixels, while the Super LCD on the Rezound does not. Again though, the picture above which is a slight macro shot of the screens producing black text on a white website is the more realistic situation and they all look stellar (to me anyway). The shot below is really just to show you the differences between the screen technology.

In order:  Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound, DROID RAZR

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Up next, we wanted to take all three devices into a real word situation that many of you care about:  streaming video. In this demo, you will get a sense of how video looks depending on the resolution, how Super AMOLEDs differ from Super LCDs when producing color, and the different viewing experiences. It’s not scientific by any means, but you should be able to tell a difference between the three.

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So if there is a conclusion to come to out of all of this nonsense, it’s that each display is pretty damn good. The Rezound’s display may be the most clear up close, behind a macro lens, but when compared to that of the Galaxy Nexus, your blind eye probably won’t be able to tell a difference. At 342 and 316ppi, both screens will blow your mind. The DROID RAZR lags behind them a bit, but is a giant step forward from the screens that Motorola used on devices like the Bionic and DROID 3. Is there a winner? It all depends on what your eye prefers. As I said in the video, Super AMOLEDs tend to produce what some perceive as cartoonish or vibrant (read fake) colors, while the Super LCD on the Rezound tends to be as true and natural as you can get.

As we have said for weeks now, it’s best that you spend some time with each of these devices before making a decision. Depending on your needs, I’m not sure you could go wrong with any of them.

  • Anonymous

    While I’m not denying that pixel density matters, I’d like to say a word about pixel-density hype.  The iPhone, with its 326 PPI, has become the standard by which high-quality screens are measured, but pixel density is not the only factor.  Six other phones – including the HTC Rezound, 2 LGs and 3 Sharps – have higher PP! than the iPhone 4S.  Four of those have smaller screens than the iPhone while the Sharp IS03 has the same specs (screen size, pixel count and PPI).  

    When it comes to PPI, size matters.  The smaller the screen, the easier it is to maintain a higher PPI while the larger the screen, the harder it is to keep up.  Maybe that’s why Apple’s next best screen is on the Nano, which has less than half the screen resolution of an iPhone but 2/3 of its PPI.  By contrast, a 17-inch MacBook Pro has a PPI of only 132.  Yet, nobody seems to be complaining about low-resolution screens on the MacBook Pro.  In fact, a typical 42″ TV, running 1080p or 1080i, has a modest 52 PPI.  

    The blow-up pictures of both the Razr and the Galaxy Nexus shows a difference in white balance.  While the Rezound produces a bluer white, the other two phones are decidedly more yellow.  I found that when I took the Razr off of its automatic ambient-light setting and simply reset the brightness, the neutrality of the white balance improved remarkably – as did the overall crispness and clarity.

    Anyone can duplicate this by walking into a Verizon store and adjusting the settings as I have done.  It’ll decrease the duration between charges but I find the benefits irresistible.

  • Granted

    I don’t have a renew until March 2012, so I’m not in the market for any of these. I’ll just wait and see what the big phone will be in march. But from my view the Razr popped the most with color, the Rezound also looked really clean and to me the Nexus seemed a combination of both the Razr and Rezound.

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t know the Nexus had a flashing light when in sleep mode. It looks huge – reminds me of my old BlackBerry.

  • Anonymous

    Great screen comperison of the nexus vs iPhone 4s on pocket now (I think, I might have the wrong site)

  • Anonymous

    I am surprised to not see any mention of how these screens are on power usage. Anyone know here?

  • Coop15dennis

    If you speak on specs or what is technically better… Which has the better display: Razr or Nexus

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1658220749 Jaden Tuma

    “Why can’t we be friends?”

  • tr0ubl3d0n3

    Good comparison just what I needed to know.

  • Ecrunion

    I must say, I’ve had a Droid X, followed by a Droid Charge and now the Bionic.  I personally prefer the LCD over AMOLED.  AMOLED just looks fake and over saturated to my eyes.  Now I know, as I’m sure some of the Bionic haters will tell me, the Bionic’s screen is not perfect.  However, I think it’s great and is a great phone.  I’ve played with the Rezound and it’s screen is really great, I just don’t like sense.  If I’m going to go through the process of selling my Bionic and all my accessories just to pay full retail for a new phone, I might as well wait about 40 days until the stuff shown of at CES blows away these 3 phones here.  And 3 months after that, and so on and so on….. ha

    • Pennywise

      Yup, exactly this.

  • Anonymous

    I love my Rezound.  My OG Droid was okay, but those things are bricks compared to the Rezound.  The HD screen was one of the top reasons for the choice along with the fantastic camera and LTE.  I don’t mind the Sense skin, though I’ll be putting LauncherPro on it if it ever gets updated to fix the home button issues with Sense.  Anything’s still better than Blur IMO. 

    I love the feel of the phone at being 4.3 inches compared to the smaller screens.  I think it the phone feels solidly built over all.  Because of a bad experience with the Droid 2 (5 replacements all
    hardware related), I wouldn’t have given the RAZR a chance anyways
    (moto’s done in my books).  If the Rezound and Nexus came out the same week, I would have still purchased the Rezound.

  • Mctypethings_Gay_lover

    Razr looks like Ass!

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  • Jameswalkerrotc

    Awesome review!

  • Tyler

    I still think you should make a video showcasing the speakers of these devices, along with the OG Droid (for comparison because a lot of people are switching from that device). Also would like to see some screenshots of the calculator and news and weather app. But mostly I want to hear the speakers :)

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  • Anonymous

    you cant compare displays through a picure. you need to see the phones in person to decide which looks the best. dont waste your time.

    • Mctypethings_Gay_lover

      Wrong. You are a moron-Right.

  • Stu

    here is my take on screen technologys for phones.  Just IMO, bash me, praise me…whatever
    give me an AMOLED screen any day on a phone.  while i dont watch videos that much on my phone, when i do, i want everything to pop.  saturate those colors, and put them on a pure black background and i am in Awe.  sure everything is blown out, colors are not accurate at all, but the thing looks amazing.  on a phone, i want these “cartoonish” colors, it makes everything look better IMO.

    now if we are talking about a TV, then yes, give me accurate colors any day over the “cartoonish” look.  but something like a phone, where i watch movies 4 days a year on it, the other 361 days i want rediculous blacks and crazy saturated colors.

    Gnex here i come.

    oh and FWIW, i was not blown away with either the razr or rezound screen.  yes they were nicer than my thunderbolt screen, but i guess i was expecting them to look better.  maybe i just set my hopes too high :(

  • Anonymous

    Verizon knew what they were doing when releasing these so close together, each have there best selling points.

    RAZR:  Pro: has its ultra thin design and battery life. Con: non removable battery and Blur

    ReZound: Pro: Gorgeous HD screen, Beats and a colorful design.  Con: Battery life is still subpar compared to other devices.

    G-Nex:  Pro: Android 4.0, HD Super AMOLED (not Super AMOLED HD), 4.65″ screen, slim profile, above avg LTE battery life.  Con: its hard to find any besides the camera since its not really out yet, only the GSM version is.

    • Brandon Sobotta

      Blur as a Con is your opinion, a lot of people actually like it. If you read Kellex’s review of the RAZR AND the Rezound, he states the RAZR w/ Blur is quick and snappy, while the Rezound tended to bog down at time due to the Sense skin.

      • Total Creation

        The rezound doesn’t bog down once you get the bloat off of it.  

        Sense doesn’t use that many resources nor is it as slow as some people make it out to be.   

        It’s just fat and blobby and takes up too much of the screen.   

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=25001493 Hank Godwin

      The Razr’s battery life is most certainly not a pro. Also, the Rezound’s battery life has been somewhat impressive, so that would be more of a pro than a con.

  • Anonymous

    … cant help, i love real black, black, black

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MRXKXFO5F7NVWFJHNZFO7NEHVY Big R

    Doesn’t change my mind at all.  Clearly shows that the Moto screen sucks still.  It is exactly what my eyes have been telling me the whole time.  Of all the manufacturers out there, Moto cuts corners on the single most important part of a smartphone:  the part you stare at the most. Please do not argue that fact.  If you do, then there is no need for you to have a smartphone.  Go back to using a dumbphone (and that does not mean the iPhone ;)~).

    What did surprise me is how good the Rezound looks.  I have not seen that at a store yet.  No need to go to VZW until the Nexus is released.

    • Brandon Sobotta

      The Rezound and The RAZR’s screens both look great. In this Article and IRL, Your bias blinds you.

    • Sir Lawrence

      OG screen doesn’t suck. No corners cut there. I checked the rezound and razr at the store and the screen difference was not even noticable to my eyes.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve had lots of Moto products and my DX is still kickin’ strong after recently SBF’ing back to stock, rooting, loading GB .602 and flashing the most recent Liberty ROM v1.0. It’s so much like a new phone I am fine with waiting a couple more months to see what’s shakin’ with these new beasts.
    BUT! This comparison has me settled on on the Galaxy Nexus. The landscape and ICS alone are biggies for me. I like the Razr and Moto is familiar territory but nothing wrong with a hop to new grounds to explore a new world. It’s still the Android OS experience and it appears the Nexus can be modded so I am sold!

  • RW-1

    Nice report, nice comparison.

    The caveat to all of this, and the bickering going on, is that everyone’s eyes are different.

    Coming from an OG, yes, it’s small, but even so up close it is terrific, and I’m spoiled by it.

    We can bicker about the three of them all day long, however other than Kellex’s report, it’s like I always say: you have to go play with all of them in person, allot about an hour to each, don’t let the VZ lemmings bother you while doing so.

    Heck, I know they can’t stand me, I take the phone, load up whetever I’m going to use on it, for example (though I may not use it on ICS if I get the G-Nex) ADW Launcher, and my fav live wallpaper, a few apps, etc.

    This is really the ONLY way you will know if ANY phone is right for you.

    We’re impatient, and awaiting the G-Nex because all of us are hungry for ICS on a 4G device, and because it’s the next big thing.

    I’m hoping that this unit, being worthy of being a Nex device will not suffer from call qual and GPS issues that I’ve not suffered with on my OG, but as a whole, the upgrade to any of the current line up HW wise would be welcome, I’ve stretched the OG as far as possible, witht eh exception of if it’s CPU could run a stripped down version of ICS, time will tell if possible.

    Everyone hang on, it’s coming, and it will either be a letdown for some, and the treat it’s hyped up to be for others, it’s always been that way, and who knows what 2012 will bring by the next holiday season?

  • http://smartphoneblogging.com SmartPhoneBlogging

    Thanks for the great comparison. Finally an article where somebody makes macro shots at the same level of detail where you can clearly spot the differences.

    I’m one of those people that absolutely hated the pentile effect on Nexus One and Nexus S, so its good to see that it’s not that visible on the Galaxy Nexus screen thanks to HD resolution.

    But the Razr looks awful…

  • Emily

    maybe you cant tell the pentile hatching on the Nexus but I’ve seen the RAZR and the screen look terrible and ugly. So not being able to tell with the naked eye? WRONG. maybe if your vision sucks but. Icons look ugly on the RAZR to me just looking at it at a normal viewing distance not trying to study pixels.

    • Anonymous

      i would agree.  I went with the Rezound because i felt it had the best screen out of the two.  If the GN ever comes out i’ll look at it and see if i want to switch to it.  So far i’m happy with the rezound besides the accasional hang…also not a fan of sense thou which i’m sure is causing the hangs/locks.

  • internet marketing belgium

    if i could ever get a chance to review to all three phones i will failed to do this because these all phones are too  good and beautiful

  • Anonymous

    I wonder why the Galaxy has a larger bezel on top. Gotta dig the screen but it would be just that much better if it was centered.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll take a Rezound’s display over the Razr any day. While AMOLED screens do wonders for colors, I’m one of those whose eyes can immediately see the PenTile matrix far too easily. Guess I have the iPhone 4′s Retina Display to blame for that. It’s kind of like having been watching nothing but high-definition Blu-Ray’s all year then switching it up for an upscaled DVD. Sure, the latter doesn’t look too awful, but it’s much easier to discern the differences of that higher resolution (or in this case, the pixel densities). 

  • Anonymous

    Here’s a tip Kellex, set the phones to “never timeout” in the settings before doing a comparison. :D

  • Booboolala2000

    Rezound looks dull and flat in person. I prefer my Razr placeholder for the Nexus. Just love these Superamoled screens. Glad to see Motorola embrace a better screen finally. The blacks on LCD look grey no matter what.

  • Voyteg

    Author of this article Shaula read some information about optics and human eye, befog writing this stupid thing, that  naked eye will never be able to tell the difference between screens. My advice to him is to set up his monitor to refresh rate  60 Hz for example and try to work all day with this invisible flickering. I guarantee headache at least. Same thing is with movies recorded 24 fps versus 30 fps. Naked eye will not see difference, but “naked” body” will tell his owner , that is something wrong after 3 hours movie. Because our eye do not see a difference does not mean that our brain do not “feel” it. And one more thing. You wrote: “One of the top selling points for all three of Verizon’s big holiday devices(…) ” . What Holiday are wrote about? Certainly not about Thanksgiving and according my info, it wont be Christmas either. Do not compare taste of 2 apples ,which are on Your table to an apple still on tree… This article is misleading and useless.

    • Confused

      Umm…what? You might have had a valid argument if you were able to write intelligible sentences.

  • rsone

    Unrelated to screen “quality”, but why does the text in the first pic wrap on the GNex’s browser but not on the RAZR or Rezound? Noticed this in another side by side vs the iPhone. Something different (wrong) about the way ICS’s browser renders pages? Notice you can’t even see the top of the next story. Lot of extra white space.

  • Anonymous

    The Nexus display looks pretty damn good, but since it’s still MIA I’ll go with the Rezound for now. Holding both side by side, the Rezound smokes the RAZR.

  • Anonymous

    nexus display sucks for being hd display. HTC has the best display like i have mentioned before. Once again i always have my facts straight :)

    • xformulax

      for an overall every day screen, i’d say the rezound looks the worst… It has the sharpest text, but it also has chroma issues and halo’s, and everything else about the other two oled’s best the slcd.

      If text were the absolute most important aspect to me, i’d probably go with the rezound.

      • Anonymous

        I’ll take the rezound over the buggy nexus.

        • Guest

          ….

    • Anonymous

      You have got to be the dumbest person on the planet. 

      • Anonymous

        You are another idiot lol . Keep waiting for your nexus.

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    • Guest
      • Anonymous

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        • Guest

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          • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    I just want a crt screen. Minimalistic is the new cool. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Angel-Luis-Gonzalez-III/591224353 Angel Luis Gonzalez III

    HTC rezound is the best out of all 3 in my opinion overall, GN was my first till I started seeing more comparisons and specs….and I’m happy with my choice, then when ICS comes out Q1 2012 for the rezound it will rock even more so I can’t wait.  For now I just want s-off to root the damn thing to get rid of bloat :D

    • Anonymous

      I give htc the display, back and front facing camera.

      • Guest

        ….

  • KSDroid01

    Have to weigh in on this issue.  I am still rocking the OG Droid, and still find myself being amazed at how sharp and clear that screen is.  Given the quality of this phone, and the great experience it has been to me over the last 2 years, I feel a strong sense of loyalty to Moto. I am due for an upgrade, and impatiently followed the Bionic story with obsessive interest, went to Verizon the first day it was out ready to pull the trigger…and as much as I wanted to love the phone, I could not handle the step down that the Bionic screen was compared to my Droid. Ah, well, that was about when I started hearing about the Razr, and it excited me immensely – the design, the awesome software additions (Smart Actions, MotoCast), the great docking solutions, the speed. I hit the Verizon store the first day it was available, ready to pull the trigger…and the screen was a disappointment to me.  Don’t get me wrong, when I sat my Droid down next to a Razr, the color rendition on the Razr is astounding, I love the deep blacks and the vibrancy of the colors.  However, as much as it pains me to say this, I feel that my “old tech” 2-year old phone has a crisper, sharper screen than the Razr. Even on the home screen, I could see the mild pixelation in the text of the icons, and when I looked at a sample book the fuzziness was even more apparent. I told myself I could live with it given the huge list of “pluses” on this phone, but it was enough for me to decide to give all of the “big three” a chance.  When the Rezound came out, I went in to play with it…not really liking the design that much (chunky) and concerned about battery life given the size and after hearing all the ‘Bolt stories. I spent over an  hour messing with it, and found myself totally blown away by the crispness and clarity of the screen. I unplugged the Beats headphones, and pulled it and the Razr into a side-by-side comparison, and honestly, there was no comparison. The Rezound screen is just astounding. Lots of words, but wanted to make it clear that I am not an HTC fanboy, I really, really wanted the Razr but can’t accept taking a step back on the screen when such a superior option is available.  I find myself feeling absolutely FURIOUS at Moto for giving us this Razr screen while gifting the Chinese with the same phone with a true HD screen.  Why? If Moto had just put a better screen on it, the Razr would be hands-down the best smartphone ever made.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah I felt exactly the same about the Bionic and RAZR also coming from an OG Droid… I would have bought a Bionic if it hadn’t been for the screen, I liked everything else about it.  Really hoping I don’t have a problem with the Nexus screen when I see it in person.

      • Pennywise

        Of these three, Rezound has the best screen (imo) – that said, the Rezound’s screen is not nearly as strong in daylight as the Bionic’s. I’d love to have the Bionic’s screen in HD res over all three of these displays.

        There’s just something amazing to me about being able to clearly see my phone’s display outside in broad daylight; I don’t miss hunting for shadows to use my phone, and I LOVE being able to clearly see my Bionic’s Google Navigation App when it’s on the Nav mount in my car and the sun is beating down on my dash (and phone).

    • Skinja99

      I hear ya man. The Rezound has the best screen out there at the moment. I have played with them a ton in the stores too and came to the same conclusion.

       The OG droid may even look crisper than the Razr, probably due to it’s smaller size.

      Until we get a SAMOLED + in 720p, I may have to wait.

    • Anonymous

      You did not like the razr display oww. You are one of a few people that do not. Now, if you tell me about the bionic display i will agree with you. By the way i have both bionic and razr.

      • Guest

        ….

    • KSDroid01

      Great…now come the rumours of the RazrMaxx with and HD screen!

  • xformulax

    after watching the video again and comparing the black levels, the rezound (black level) looks just as bad as any other non-amoled display on the market… this saddens me because I thought maybe the rezound and the nexus would fight for my business, but the rezound is a definite non-purchase for me, leaving only the nexus.

  • wanting the nexus

    The Rezound also does not have the Notification Bar showing.  This makes the screen look bigger also.

  • Joseph Picone

    love the rezound!

  • Bigdaddyellison

    I haven’t seen the Nexus IRL, but I held the Rezound and the Razr side by side.  The clarity difference was barely noticeable but the Razr seemed brighter and more vibrant.  I couldn’t wait for the Nexus so I went into the store to get a Rezound and left with a Razr and don’t regret it at all.  They are all 3 great phones and I think it comes down to if you can wait for the Nexus (my OG gave out) and if not, you really need to look at them side by side and see which ones suits you best.  Another deciding factor for me is that the Razr isn’t that thick with a hard case on it but the Rezound seemed twice as big.

  • http://www.toysdiva.com Toys Samurai

    Are my eyes having problem? At 316ppi, the Galaxy Nexus’ PenTile display actually seems to make the text smoother than the Rezound. It’s especially apparent in the first image’s “A”.

    • xformulax

      I agree… at low resolution (ppi) pentile looks sort of bad because you can see where the subpixels are smudged, but at high resolution it almost has an anti aliasing effect to smooth fonts, where as the rezound has some obvious halo issues with black text on white background (maybe not enough to drive you nuts)

  • http://profiles.google.com/crazyrunner33 David Flower

    What white balance settings did you use for the pictures?  Were they taken at about the same spot with the same white balance setting or was some sort of auto white balance being used?
    All the screens look pretty good, in theory the Rezound will have best quality.  The Pentile screen isn’t that big of deal, the only thing that’ll be noticeable to the human eye at normal viewing distances will be an increase aliasing and moire. 

    • http://profiles.google.com/crazyrunner33 David Flower

      Blah, found it.  Kellex, I need to purchase a set of white and gray cards for you.

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, particularly in an article like this comparing macro shots of the displays, it would be nice if the white balance were accurate and consistent among the photos. What did you “find” btw?

        • http://profiles.google.com/crazyrunner33 David Flower

          I agree.  The White balance is set to auto.  I agree, it would be nice for consistency.  I’ve seen in previous articles where people were complaining about the color of the screen from one phone to the other but the white balances were clearly different judging by the different shades of white between the pictures on the background.  

          On the bright side at least he is using Gimp. =D

  • Dan Thompson

    One thing I was concerned about was that the G-Nex is just Super Amo and NOT “Plus” or “Advanced”. I saw a regular Super AMOLED Screen (Galaxy S) and didnt like it at all. The Whites are not true white!! they have a blue hue to them that I DIDN’T notice in the Super AMOLED PLUS or ADVANCED screens I looked at(Galaxy SII etc) Nobody seems to mention the older Amoled technology used in G-Nex…..or does it even apply to the G-Nex xcreen? (I don’t know much about the screen tech)

  • Christopher Riner

    i love the placement of the phones in the video.  They have the rezound up top with the high pixel density, the razr at the bottom with the lower density samoled, and the nexus in the middle blending that nice density with the super amoled. I gotta say, I can see how htc’ers everywhere can defend this screen, but I think its pretty obvious that the nexus takes the cake on this one.  

    just a little sidenote (since I was talking to someone earlier about how usually verizon reps have no clue about anything), I walked into a verizon store earlier (and no this isn’t the beginning of a joke) to try and get them to double my data.  The first guy had no idea what I was talking about, and then the woman beside him chimed in, telling me it was only for new 4g phones (which I think she was wrong, right?  Does anyone know for sure if I am still eligible with my droid charge?).  Anyways, I asked about the galaxy nexus, and of course no release date that they know of.  When I told them I wanted to “rent” a razor until the nexus came out, the woman actually tried talking me into the fact that the charge that I have is way better than the razr.  I tell you no lie, this girl sat there and actually tried to argue the fact.  I guess she was just mad knowing I wasn’t going to keep the razr, but you’d think it would be their job to try and get you to buy new phones.  I walked out of the store with nothing– no double data on my line, no new line, and no new phone…

    • Anonymous

      I don’t think it’s obvious at all, but screen quality is subjective in the end.

      And I wouldn’t sell you one either if you were just going to return it, they can’t sell a used Razr back at full price, so better for them to just get you to leave and buy the Nexus at full price when it comes out. Selling you a razr you’ll just return in 14 days is asinine.

  • Tmax224

    droid life and were out peace….lmao

  • orion11100

    what? no Iphone 4 screen comparison?….  teehee

    • Anonymous

      This is the top 3, not the top 10.  

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  • Anonymous

    It’s all #whitefuckingnoise

  • Dominick DeVito

    The Rezound takes this round. Hard to beat LCDs.

    • Anonymous

      I agree with you. The nexus has the best software, but we still need to see how it works. The razr has everything so far :)

      • Guest

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        • Anonymous

          Crying again lol come out 1 badass69 face me like a man I’ll be easy cholo

          • Guest

            ha! a man??? your a little cum slurping faggitt.  i don’t want to get close to you..you might want to rape me gay boy!!

          • Anonymous

            That’s it let the anger out lol poor midget has his soul hurt lol. Go back to Arkansas hick

          • Guest

            slurp! slurp! lap it up angelFAGGIT77! ha!

          • Anonymous

            Go suck mandingos for cheap beer cholo. Hijo de tu puta madre lol

          • Guest

            slurp! slurp! time of another round.  go get it! ha!

          • Anonymous

            Orale carnal lol bitch, now cry by yourself, when you are brave enough to come with your nick look for me so I can defeat you as usual.

          • Guest

            lap that stuff up goy boy!!!

          • Guest

            go slurp some more faggo!!

      • Guest

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