For anyone looking to pick up a high-end smartphone, there are plenty of choices available in the market today. Today, we’re giving you an in-depth comparison of the latest phones on the block i.e. Nokia Lumia 920 against Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 so that you can choose the perfect match for your requirements.
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The OS: This one’s easy, and if you’ve already figured this one out, your decision is pretty much made up. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs on the latest version of Android, 4.1 or the Jelly Bean, and the Apple iPhone 5 will feature the latest version of iOS, the iOS 6. The Lumia 920 is also equally up to date with regards to OS and will run the latest offering from Microsoft, Windows Phone 8. If you’re still undecided about which OS you prefer, read on to find out more about these phones.
Screen size: This is definitely an area where the iPhone 5 lags behind, with a mere 4 inch screen. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5 inch screen, while the Galaxy Note 2 has an impressive 5.5 inch screen for maximum visibility and clarity. We do wish Apple had been more generous with the screen size for the iPhone 5.
On the inside: The Apple iPhone 5 will be powered by a dual-core A6 processor, while the Nokia Lumia 920 has within it a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. Both these phones have 1GB of RAM. But if it’s sheer performance you’re looking for, the Galaxy Note 2 has got to be your pick – featuring a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and 2GB RAM, this smartphone is meant for running extremely powerful apps.
Camera: Not too much of a competition in this category as the Galaxy Note 2 and the iPhone 5 have an 8MP camera. The Lumia 920 has a slight lead with an 8.7MP camera. While the iPhone 5 has a dual LED flash, the other 2 models have a single LED for flash. The front-facing camera in the Lumia 920 is 1.3MP, in the iPhone 5 is 1.2MP, while the Galaxy Note 2 has a slightly better front-facing camera having a 1.9MP resolution.
Battery: Now this one obviously corresponds the screen size, and we can’t say for sure which of these devices will last the longest with similar use. The iPhone 5 has a 1440mAh battery, the Lumia 920’s is a 2000 mAh one, while the Galaxy Note has a massive 3100 mAh battery to keep it going. We estimate that each of these phones can easily run for at least 1 day on a single charge with moderate to slightly heavy use over 3G networks.
Memory: The iPhone 5 has a built-in storage of 16GB, while the Lumia 920 has up to 32GB internal storage. Neither of these models allow for additional cards to be inserted to increase the memory, but the cloud can surely keep your extra data for you. The Galaxy Note 2 has an impressive 64GB of internal storage and even has a card slot that lets you add up to 64GB of additional storage space. So if you need to carry a lot of your data with you, we’d suggest investing in the Galaxy Note 2.