Source: Droid Life
quote: The Prime is not the first Android device with an HD screen. The HTC ReZound (Vigor) which was released earlier in November had the first 1280x720 HD screen. The ReZound's screen is actually quite superior to the Prime. It is smaller, providing a higher DPI image, and also uses non-Pentile LCD technology. The Prime uses Pentil which provies two subpixels instead of the proper three per pixel. In addition, the ReZound has a faster chip - dual core 1.5ghz. The main negatives for the HTC device is a slightly smaller battery and a much thicker design. They throw in a pair of premium earbuds and include a special audio process to balance things out.
quote: One thing is certain this winter for the smartphone shopper - lots of choices, each providing different trade-offs.
quote: The Nexus Prime is distinctive in several ways. First and foremost it's the flagship Android 4 "Ice Cream Sandwich" phone, and may be the only phone for a brief while to carry the new operating system. Second, it's the first Android phone to launch in the U.S. Third, it sports a distinctive curved face-hugging packaging (though the Verizon model is a bit bulkier and less curved as it has to house the larger LTE battery, LTE radio chips, etc.