Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs. Motorola Droid RAZR: which would you rather?

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If you had to choose between the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the newly announced Motorola Droid RAZR, which phone would you choose? I feel so bad for Motorola right now (well, not so bad, really, they’re about to be owned by Google) because the whole world probably just forgot about the Droid RAZR.
The two devices aren’t that far apart. What really differentiates them is the OS. The Galaxy Nexus will run Android 4.0 and the Droid RAZR will run Android 2.3. The difference is huge, especially after you check out all the new features in Ice Cream Sandwich.
Check out the chart below, courtesy of Engadget and let us know which of the two phones is going to be your next phone.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Droid RAZR by Motorola
Price (on contract)TBA$299
Processor1.2GHz dual-core
likely Texas Instruments
OMAP 4460
1.2GHz dual-core
Texas Instruments
OMAP 4430
Display4.65-inch curved glass
HD Super AMOLED
1280 x 720
4.3-inch
qHD Super AMOLED
960 x 540
Primary camera5 megapixel with zero
shutter lag
8 megapixel
Front-facing camera1.3 megapixel1.3 megapixel
Video recording1080p at 30fps1080p at 30fps
CellularLTE / HSPA+LTE + CDMA / EVDO
or
HSPA+ / GSM
WiFi802.11 a/b/g/n802.11 b/g/n
NFCYesNo
Memory1GB RAM1GB RAM
Storage16GB / 32GB
internal storage
16GB internal storage
16GB microSD card
Operating SystemAndroid 4.0
Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 2.3
Gingerbread
Battery1,750mAh1,800mAh
Quoted Battery lifeTBDUp to 12.5 hours talk time

Up to 8.9 hours video

Weight135g / 4.76oz127g / 4.48oz
Thickness8.94mm / 0.35in
(HSPA+ model)
7.1mm / 0.28in

via Engadget