Both the Samsung Nexus S and Samsung Galaxy S 2 are neck and neck when it comes to features. Taking out the camera aspect and putting it into a separate category leaves fewer features for the two to be compared on. The Samsung Nexus S and Samsung Galaxy S 2, both being Android powered handsets have access to the Android Market. This allows both smartphones to gain access to thousands upon thousands of applications. Since both smartphones have powerful processors, new applications and games definitely do not bog down or lag the phones.
Both come with near field communication, GPS, DLNA and Wi-Fi connectivity, giving them a variety of connectivity outlets. The Samsung Galaxy S 2 expands upon this a bit further with the inclusion of an HDMI out, allowing you to port out to a HD television set. This ability, of course, easily lets it compete against the likes of the Motorola Atrix 4G. Speaking of 4G, the Nexus S lacks the capability to use the HSPA+ or 4G network from T-Mobile, which it is currently available on. The Samsung Galaxy S 2, however, is set to be a 4G compatible smartphone, giving it a slight edge when it comes to speed. One thing to note, however, is that the Nexus S 4G is set to debut on Sprint.
In this situation, the ability to share photos and videos on an HD television set through HDMI gives the Samsung Galaxy S 2 the win.
Winner - Samsung Galaxy S 2