The battle between Android and Appale has reached a new level with the introduction of the Iphone 4S and the world's first Android 4.0 - equipped Ice Cream Sandwich, Google Galaxy Nexus. Biovn will compare two smartphones to base on some test from different sources. Hope it will help you choose a the best production for yourself.

Design and Dislay
The Nexus is fairly big but thinner and lighter than Iphone 4S. I like the design of Nexux. Display is all black with no button at all( by Super Amoled display) and the whole handset has a curved shape . In fact, all you have on the front is the screen, front facing camera and the brightness sensor plus a cheeky little light beneath the screen that you don't even know exists until you get an email and it begins to pulsate.

Apple's Retina Display, originally introduced on the iPhone 4, has been the reigning champion of color and clarity since it was released over a year ago. On Apple's 3.5-inch display, the 960x640 resolution pumps out an impressive 326 ppi.

Typically, and especially with Android devices, pumping up screen size has a negative effect on display quality, although this is anything but true with the Galaxy Nexus. Despite having a relatively gigantic screen, the Super AMOLED display boasts a resolution of 1280x720, resulting in a pixel density of about 315 ppi.

Nexus has a the dual-core 1.2 GHz processor while iPhone 4S' dual-core 1 GHz (clocked to 800 MHz) A5 processor but, in the real world, processor specs don't mean everything. The Nexus may have an impressive 1 GB of RAM, but we've seen what Apple's 512 MB of RAM can do on a device like the Apple iPad 2, and it's no slouch.

The iPhone 4's camera was impressive with 8 MP, along with a new CMOS sensor.

The Galaxy Nexus may sport a 5 MP camera, but Samsung's Galaxy devices have a reputation of taking quality photos as well. Software features on the Nexus like the ability to take single-shot panoramic photos with the swipe of the phone are noteworthy, and we bet that you'd be satisfied no matter what side of the line you stand on.

Both the iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus have 1080p HD video recording capabilities.

Wirless Connectivity
The improved antenna design found on the iPhone 4S may be impressive in terms to its predecessor, but the Galaxy Nexus is both HSPA+ and LTE compatible, ultimately future-proofing itself for the next two-years of life on contract. On the flip side, Apple's smartphone has a combined GSM/CDMA antenna, a perfect feature for the jet-setters out there. Specific details regarding the Nexus' 3G antenna structure have yet to be announced.

A surprising omission from the iPhone 4S, the Galaxy Nexus is equipped with a Near Field Communication (NFC) chip that will be utilized by services like Google Wallet and Android 4.0's data transferring Android Beam feature.

Speed Browsing
Using Benchmarks to test speed browsing see that the speed browsing of Nexus is faster than Iphone 4S.

Though there is only 512 MB RAM in iPhone 4S as compared to Galaxy Nexus, but this difference in scores is attributed to the difference between Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and iOS 5.0 by a majority of experts. They believe, that there is a huge difference between the efficiency of the written code which allows Galaxy Nexus to utilize its resources better.

Speed graphic
The Galaxy Nexus is the perfect browsing machine, but in terms of graphics, it doesn't come out on top.

Finally, You can watch the video below to see the differences between the iPhone 4S and the Galaxy Nexus.