Tuesday, September 10, 2013

A Matter Of Style - The Nokia Lumia 900 Vs. The IPhone 4S

If you're in the market for a new mobile phone, then you've got plenty of decisions to make. There are so many factors to consider, but somewhere in the mix has got to be style. We all want a phone that looks great, as well as one that works well. And nowadays, looking great is a priority for most phone manufacturers too. Today we're looking at two pretty sexy phones, the Nokia Lumia 900 and the iPhone 4S. They've definitely both got style, but have they got functionality too? We decided to put them to the test to find out exactly how they compare and what their differences are, so that we can recommend one of them to you. So if you're looking for a stylish new device, then keep reading to find out how these two stack up...
Nokia Lumia 900 Vs. iPhone 4S
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What the Nokia Lumia 900 Has Got to Give...

If hot pink mobile phones are your thing, then the Lumia certainly delivers- although it also comes in blue, silver and black. Other than its looks though, it is the faster phone. The Lumia runs a 1400 MHz processor, which makes it more powerful, snappier and more responsive than the much slower 800 MHz processor on the iPhone. It also gets faster maximum data speeds, which generally results in quicker downloading and faster opening of web pages. The screen on the Lumia is much bigger, measuring in at 4.3 inches versus the 3.5 inch screen on the iPhone. Plus, it's an AMOLED screen rather than the older LCD screen on the iPhone, so it's brighter and has better colour reproduction.

What the iPhone 4S Can Do for You...

But the iPhone has a few advantages too. It is capable of a lot more storage, although that does depend on which model you buy. The iPhone has a potential internal memory of up to 64 GB, the Lumia has only 16 GB, which could mean a big difference in the amount of music, data, photos and games stored on your device. The iPhone also has much better Bluetooth support, being equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 rather than the 2.1 version on the Lumia. If you frequently connect to Bluetooth devices such as hands free, then the newer version means faster data transfer and that your phone uses less battery power when connecting to devices. The iPhone has better battery life too. It averages double the talk time per battery charge of the Lumia (fourteen hours versus seven hours), resulting in you charging your phone a lot less often. Finally, the iPhone does come in smaller, thinner and lighter than the Lumia, although it does have a much smaller screen.

Which is Better?

Both these phones are pretty great, and they're fairly equal with each being better in a different way. We do like the storage capabilities of the iPhone, as well as its better battery life. However, the extra power on the Lumia combined with the bigger screen really persuades us that the Lumia is better.

Author Bio:
Phil Turner is looking for a phone for his granddaughter. He needs sunglasses because of all the pink mobile phones he has been looking at.
Posted By: Stuart Prada

A Matter Of Style - The Nokia Lumia 900 Vs. The IPhone 4S


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