Originally Posted by JonnyBigBoss
I really don't like the RAZR's design. Go with the Nexus if you're ok with carrying around a giant phone.
The phones are actually about the same size. The Nexus is half a centimetre longer, but the Droid RAZR is a bit wider. Area wise the difference is just 2%.
Stay away from Motorola until they get bought out by Google. Samsung and HTC have embraced open bootloaders and community development, but Moto is still in the dark ages, producing locked phones that never get software updates.
But I'd say stay away from the Galaxy Nexus as well. Samsung should be releasing the Galaxy S II HD shortly after the Nexus. It will essentially be the same phone, but with SD card support and hardware buttons.
But honestly I'd wait a little while. With Google officially releasing a 720p phone you'll see Samsung's competitors scramble to catch up. If the Rezound is any indication, HTC will be releasing a ton of 1280x720 smartphones across multiple carriers.
AT&T just announced its getting the LG Nitro HD, which is also packing a 720p screen, only this time its a 4.5" IPS panel, which puts it on par with the iPhone 4S not only in image quality but display density as well (only with a 50% larger screen).