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Thursday, 6 December 2012

LG Nexus 4 Vs Nokia Lumia 820-Battle of the Titans

Nokia lumia 920
The LG Nexus 4 is obviously one of the most tempting mobile phone deals that are presently accessible in the market, which explains its awe-inspiring fame. It sports cutting-edge specs at a tempting $300 off-contract cost for the 8 GB variant or $350 for the 16 GB variant. With such enticing pricing, it becomes one of the most tempting options in the mid-range smartphone market. Thus, one of its chief rivals would be the Lumia 820, which is priced around $400 without any contract. Let’s compare both the devices.
From the start, the Nexus 4 fetches the more powerful hardware to the front, such as the mighty quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro that’s accompanied by 2GB of RAM. In comparison, the Lumia 820 is missing two processor cores & half the RAM, but the performance is still manageable.

The LG Nexus 4 flaunts 4.7” IPS+ screen produces an impressive  resolution of 1280x768 pixels, surpassing the Nokia’s 4.3” Super AMOLED 800x480 pixel screen in resolution, size, & pixel density.

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Still, the Lumia 820 is not without any benefits. The Lumia comes with a more attention-grabbing lay out, plus an alternative for transposable backs that are suggestive of Nokia’s older handsets. Also, it comes with a micro SD card slot. Whilst there’s merely a single 8 GB variant of Lumia 820, tech buffs can include a micro SD card that would permit it to increase the memory space of even the high-end Nexus 4.

Every smartphone comes with its benefits, though the actual battle is decided by the operating systems. The Nexus 4 runs on Android v4.2, which offers a deep apps support and scope for customization. The Lumia offers an exceptional user experience, but apps market is still in the nascent stage.

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