Nokia Lumia 800 Vs. iPhone 4S Vs. Nexus Galaxy Vs. Droid RAZR

The Lumia 800 It has a 3.7-inch screen, one smaller than the N9’s (3.9-inch), a necessary change to accommodate the three buttons below the screen that Windows Phone 7 requires. Lumia’s display is slightly larger than the 3.5-inch display on the Iphone 4s, but significantly smaller than the massive 4.65-inch screen on the Galaxy Nexus.

This new phone from Nokia It also has the lowest on-screen pixel density of this comparison at 800 x 480 pixels, a far cry from the Galaxy Nexus resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels, or the Retina display on the Iphone 4s, which has the highest pixel density in this comparison.

Nokia he can’t brag about how he slimmed his Lumia 800, as it is 12.1 mm, in the thickest part. It is also the heaviest at 142 grams, slightly more than the Iphone 4s and the Galaxy Nexus.

Inside, the Nokia Lumia It does not have a dual-core processor: it has a 1.4 GHz single-core processor with 512 MB of RAM. In comparison, the Iphone 4s It has a 1GHz dual-core processor with 512 MB of RAM and at the top is the Nexus Galaxy with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM.

The Lumia 800 it is well equipped when it comes to the camera, it has an 8 megapixel with Carl Zeiss lens, like the Iphone 4sBut unlike Apple’s phone, it doesn’t record 1080p HD video, it offers 720p. Even the Galaxy Nexus’ 5 megapixel camera records video at 1,080p. Surprisingly, Lumia 800 It does not have a front camera for video calls, which puts it at a disadvantage with the rest of its high-end competitors in this comparison.

Usually, the Lumia Nokia 800 can be an interesting proposition for those who want a smartphone that is not a iPhone or Android. However, compared to its competitors, it has nothing extraordinary to offer: it is not the thinnest or fastest, nor does it have the best camera or additional features (it does not have expandable storage, a secondary camera, HDMI output or NFC). .

By Daniel Lonescu.