New Google Phone Nexus One | Nexus One vs Droid

Droid has a new competitor - the new Google phone Nexus One. So what about the Nexus One vs Droid? Let's check out the major differences between these two android phones.

The Nexus One runs on a 1-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, while the Motorola Droid has a 550-MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor; the iPhone 3GS runs on a 600-MHz chip. The Nexus One also has twice the RAM of the Droid or the iPhone, with 512 MB on-board.

The Nexus One sports a 3.7-inch OLED 480-by-800 display; while the Droid's display is actually slightly larger at 3.7-inch and 480-by-854 pixels but uses TFT-LCD technology. OLED screens are typically brighter and more color-rich than their TFT-LCD counterparts.

The Nexus One weighs lighter and smaller at 130 grams and 11.5 millimeters thick than the Droid, which weighs 169 grams and 13.7 millimeters thick.

The Nexus One comes with Android 2.1, the latest update to the Android 2.0 operating system introduced with the Droid.

Click the links to read more on the Motorola Droid full specs, and Google Nexus One full specs.