The Camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy Nexus ~ Launched in the same period last year, Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus were at the time, two of the most impressive smartphones on the market.
Both the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note have some of the best touchscreens out there in terms of its resolutions, as well as Super AMOLED capacitive technology. The Sony Xperia S, and a number of HTC phones like the HTC One X, which was recently unveiled at MWC 2012 in Barcelona incorporate the same resolutions and technology on the Nexus and Galaxy Note screens. A 720x 1280, the resolution of the Galaxy Nexus is capable of displaying HD content such as movies and games, while the same is true for the Galaxy Note, which still has a pixel resolution of 800x higher than 1280. Surprisingly this increase in pixel resolution on a larger screen, measuring 5.3 inches, which makes Galaxy Note something a hybrid between a smartphone and a tablet.
Both the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note has a magnificent tower built back in digital cameras. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has a 5 megapixel camera, which can seem a little low for a modern smartphone, but improvements in lens technology means that despite its relatively small number of pixels is still able to capture images fixed high quality and unusual for a 5 megapixel camera can even capture 1080p HD video shooting. The Samsung Galaxy Note has an 8 megapixel camera, which as you can imagine produces better image quality. Both phones offer the ability to capture HD video, as well as standard features such as autofocus, touch focus, image stabilization, LED flash and face and smile detection.
If you are looking for the best Android devices out there, both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note are worthy of a place in your list. Both devices offer something not appear in many other devices, and advanced screens, innovative operating systems and cameras able to make an ideal choice for a variety of users.