When we talk about Smart Phones, the one model that is the latest and that comes to mind is the Nokia Lumia 800, and we wish to compare that to the latest gadget from the Samsung stable, the Galaxy Note. The Nokia Lumia was in the limelight since its launch and it also received quite a good feedback from the people who have used it. But the Samsung Galaxy Note too is a one of a kind phone that combines the features of a Smart Phone and a Tablet to give us an out of the world experience.
When talking of the screen display, Nokia Lumia is endowed with superior 3.7 inch AMOLED screen operating at a resolution of 480 x 800 with a pixel density of 252 pixels per inch. The AMOLED display gives the Lumia its bright and vivid screen. The Galaxy Note also possesses the same AMOLED display that we are talking about, but here, since AMOLED is Samsung’s trump card, it gives the Galaxy Note a Super AMOLED screen which operates at 800 x 1280 at the same time giving a pixel density of 285 pixels per inch, which is much more than the Nokia Lumia. Thus the Galaxy Note has stolen a march over the Lumia.
In terms of processor and memory capacity configurations, the Lumia 800 runs on a 1.4GHz CPU and also features the Adreno 205 GPU with a 512MB RAM. But, the Galaxy note has a better equipped 1.4GHz dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor and a Mali 400MP GPU with superior 1GB RAM which is one up on the Lumia. Not only that, the Galaxy Note has more storage space at 16 or 32GB which are already installed in it with the MicroSD card slot, which supports an additional 32GB. This is where it wins hands down against the Lumia 800 phone.
In respect of cameras, both the Lumia 800 and the Galaxy Note are provided with equally good camera devices, but the Nokia gadget has an 8MP camera with dual LED flash, Autofocus, Geo-tagging and 720p movie capture ability. But in the Galaxy Note, we have an 8MP camera which also comes with an Autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, and other facilities that are similar to those of Nokia, but it also has the image stabilization feature, touch focus, face and smile detection and a 1080p video capture capability that helps it to beat the Nokia.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Note combines the best features of a Smart Phone and a Tablet to give you superior 5.3 inch screen display which again is larger than the Nokia Lumia 800, and a personal computer like performance through its Android operating system. Although, Nokia has taken the help of a giant like Microsoft and based its phone on the Windows OS, the Android based gadget turns out to be a better performing one in comparison. The Galaxy Note also allows one to use its Stylus pen to control its intuitive user interface which also responds to simple touch gestures. This means that it has a two tier input system, which makes it superior to the Nokia Lumia 800.
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