Apple iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 come loaded with the best features. The two are among the most talked about smartphones set to be launched in the market soon. Apple’s latest iPhone 5 will be available in stores from tomorrow (though, due to its high demand you will have to wait to pocket one). Nokia’s recently showcased Windows 8 Phone handset will be available in the market before the end of the next months. The way it has received appreciation from tech mavens, it seems certain that Nokia has got a true winner in its armoury.
Apple’s iPhone 5 on the other hand was showcased last week and since then it is attracting unprecedented praise from both its fans and haters. With so much interest in the market about the new Apple baby, experts expect the new phone to sell as many as ten million units in the very first week of its release. If this is indeed true, it will be very difficult for any Apple rival to break it.
On the other hand Nokia Lumia 920 is being talked about as a game changer in the smart-phone market. Long time Nokia watchers say that it will revive the company and make it once again among the top smart-phone manufacturer in the world.
To be true, Nokia Lumia 920 vs iPhone 5 is not just the fight of two smartphone, it is also a fight between two smartphone operating systems. While iPhone runs on Apple’s much appreciated iOS 6, Nokia Lumia 920 will be running on Microsoft’s yet to be launched Windows Phone 8 OS. Microsoft is understood to launch its latest mobile OS late next month and Nokia is also expected to commercially launch its Lumia 920 around the same time in the market. To be true, right now Nokia Lumia 920 seems to be the only handset that can trouble Cupertino based Apple’s iPhone 5 in the months ahead.
Finnish technology company has tried to ensure that its premium Windows Phone 8 handset comes with a reasonably large display of 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display. The screen boasts of a very impressive resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels at 332 ppi. An important feature of the newly introduced Lumia’s Windows Phone 8 handset is the fact that it comes with a Monoblock body that measures in at 130.3 x 70.8 x 10.7mm and weighs at 185 grams. On the other hand, Apple’s recently unveiled iPhone 5 is first Apple smart-phone that comes with a bigger (compared to previous Apple smart-phones) display of 4 inch. All its previous versions came with merely 3.5 inch display. So this is one aspect that has kept Apple fans engrossed in the new iPhone 5. The smart-phone comes with 1,136-by-640-pixel display. So both the phones boast among the best screen on offer in the market.
Cupertino based Apple has tried to pack the maximum power in its new iPhone 5. Its latest A6 chip that powers a much larger new iPad is certain to make using the new iPhone 5 a treat for the users. The company has said that its latest chip performs twice faster inside the body of iPhone 5 compared to its old version. Nokia Lumia on the other hand is powered by multi core CPU, first for any Lunia version. The previous versions of Lumia have only single core processors due the restriction from Windows Phone 7. Lumia 920 is powered by a 1.5-GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4. It is one of the best processors available in the market right now and if someone had any doubt his doubts will be removed when told that this is the same processor that powers Samsung’s Galaxy S3, the highest selling smartphone before the arrival of iPhone 5.
Another important feature of both the smartphones is their camera. While iPhone comes with an 8 mega pixel camera, Apple claims that its camera is at least 40 percent faster and performs perfectly in low lights. Many people will be happy to know that this latest iPhone 5 camera also comes with very impressive noise reduction techniques. A report on iPhone 5 camera says that its gyroscope, processor, and camera are capable to create seamless, high-res panoramas up to 28 megapixels. This is very impressive and will help the company attract many more customers in the days to come
On the other hand Nokia Lumia 920 comes with an 8.7MP Short pulse high power dual LED rear camera. The Nokia PureView camera highlights features like autofocus and 4x digital zoom. The Finnish technology giant claims –and rightly so –that its Pureview has the capability to capture many times the amount of light of any competing smartphone cameras via. With its long history of amazing everyone with camera, no one should doubt the Nokia claim.