1. ## Is the Nexus Screen 4.65 inches or 4.7?

Half of sites list the galaxy Nexus as having a 4.65 inch screen, the other half list it as having a 4.7 inch screen.

What is correct? and why is there a discrepancy?

2. ## Re: Is the Nexus Screen 4.65 inches or 4.7?

It's 4.65. Folks like to round up. (We've probably done it here and there, too.)
3.  Originally Posted by Gorilla Half of sites list the galaxy Nexus as having a 4.65 inch screen, the other half list it as having a 4.7 inch screen. What is correct? and why is there a discrepancy? Bestbuy lists it at 4.7 It depends if you measure from the base.
4. ## Re: Is the Nexus Screen 4.65 inches or 4.7?

Originally Posted by whitewallman
It depends if you measure from the base.
LOL....tell me that was an intentional pun
5.  Originally Posted by whitewallman It depends if you measure from the base. Originally Posted by shaytoon21 LOL....tell me that was an intentional pun We all know you have to use the formula ((L x D) + W/G) Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2 Razr>Juke>POS Blitz(Broken)>Droid> Epic 4g(returned)>Nexus S 4g ___________________ From Nexus With Love
6.  I could just be they rounded the 4.65" to 4.7". 0.05" isn't significant. The official measure is 4.65". Sent from my VZW Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
7. ## Re: Is the Nexus Screen 4.65 inches or 4.7?

That 0.05" gives you 2 more pixels! Duh! Real question is. Is it really 1.2ghz or 1.1999ghz!?
8.  Originally Posted by dphorgan2 That 0.05" gives you 2 more pixels! Duh! Real question is. Is it really 1.2ghz or 1.1999ghz!? Hardware manufacturers use an SI scale for measuring data capacity. Programmers must use a power of 2 (binary). 2^0=1 2^1=2 2^2=4 2^3=8 2^4=16 2^5=32 2^6=64 2^7=128 etc. Therefore: 1000 Bytes = 1 kilobyte hardware 1024 Bytes = 1 kilobyte software So no one is lying about space. 1TB is actually 1000 hardware GBs. And 1000 hardware GBs is actually around 931 software GBs. Additionally, a true 64-bit CPU can address up to 2^64 (1.844674407 * 10^19) bytes of RAM. Roughly around 16 exebytes, or more than you'll ever need for the next few decades. As for clock speeds, there's no discernible difference of 100,000 cycles per second in today's age. You already have 1.2 billion. Ah, math. Sent from my VZW Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums Last edited by TheAssailant; 08-03-2012 at 02:00 AM.