The two Giants of the present thriving and still booming SMARTPHONE market. One is from the emerging and innovative SAMSUNG that is Galaxy Note and other from none other than the ever RELIABLE Nokia that is Lumia 800.
Here is a comparative study of both and is suggested to readers to buy according to their need and the features they are looking for because the competition is going to be very tough in choosing any one out of the two.
Latest Samsung Galaxy Note Vs Nokia Lumia 800
OPERATING SYSTEM :-
The Lumia 800 runs on latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and performs incredibly thanks to the rapidly maturing mobile platform. The phone virtually shows no signs of hang and slowdown as seen in many Symbian phones.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note runs on version 2.3 of Android and the Google software is a delight to use.
There are a plenty of apps available via the Android Market, loads of customisation potential and, most importantly, the platform runs fast, safe and smooth.
The Lumia 800 has a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen that operates at a resolution of 480×800 and has a pixel density of 252PPI.
Choosing AMOLED was a great choice by Nokia and the Lumia 800 have a really delightfully bright, vivid screen.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note features AMOLED technology though too. But seeing as AMOLED is Samsung’s baby the device gets a Super AMOLED screen, which operates at a resolution of 800×1280, features a pixel density of 285PPI and measures a whopping 5.3-inches!
Screen points may be given to Galaxy Note but if you are lookin for a device that perfectly fits into ypur pocket then Lumina 800 might do the trick.
PROCESSOR AND MEMORY :-
The Lumia 800 runs on a single-core CPU clocked at 1.4GHz and also features an Adreno 205 GPU, giving the device plenty of grunt and the inclusion of 512MB RAM will help the device chew through even the most testing apps, games or other tasks. It may have a hard time on this one.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note offers more though, in the form of a 1.4Ghz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, Mali-400MP GPU and 1GB RAM, which drives the device to perform with blistering pace.
In terms of storage space the Galaxy Note wins too, with 16 or 32GB available internally and a micro SD slot which supports up to 32GB cards. The Nokia can only offer 16GB internally, and doesn’t support micro SD.
Points simply goes to Galaxy note on this one.
The 8-megapixel camera, which benefits from autofocus, dual-LED flash, geo-tagging and 720P movie capture, is a nice performer but doesn’t live up to the standards we’ve come to expect from a company with Nokia’s fame. The device does struggle to focus and can seem laboured to start from cold.
Samsung’s Galaxy Notefeatures an 8-megapixel camera too, which comes with an LED flash, autofocus, image stabilisation, geo-tagging, touch focus, face & smile detection and 1080P video capture. To smarten-up the device a hardware shutter key would be highly appreciated. Beside from this the Galaxy Note is a solid performer.
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