The Nokia 808 Pure View is by far the most advanced mobile phone when it comes to camera imaging was in development for over two years at Nokia Research and Development Department. The Nokia Lumia 900, on the other hand, is one of the first phones developed by Nokia under the licensed partnership that it announced with Microsoft, which stated that slowly; Nokia will begin to install the Windows Phone operating system in to all Nokia devices. As is obvious, the phone uses the Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, and is a pure touch device, similar to the Nokia 808 Pure View. So, if you are looking to buy a good Nokia handset, which one should you go for? Here’s our comparison of the two.
Nokia 808 Pure View
The Nokia 808 Pure View spent two years in Nokia’s Research and Development Department, after which it was released. The phone runs on the Symbian operating system, which is fast going out of fashion, so why should you buy this device? The main distinctive factor about the Nokia 808 Pure View is its camera, which is a massive 41 MP. It can take pictures up to a very high resolution, and has 4x lossless digital zoom, making it by far the most powerful camera on a mobile that you can expect to find in the market. The most we have seen was the Sony Xperia S, which has a 12 MP camera, while the Nokia 808 Pure View has 41 MP. The difference is obvious. Apart from this, the phone has a poor resolution at 360×640 pixels, runs on a 1.3 GHz single core CPU, has 512 MB of RAM and 1 GB of ROM. If you want a camera device, this is by far the best option.
Nokia Lumia 900
The Nokia Lumia 900 is geared primarily towards functional users. Making use of Microsoft’s acclaimed Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, the device has a 4.0” display covered by a polycarbonate material. The touch is responsive enough, but the thing is that the device makes use of a single core 1.2 GHz CPU, which often makes the phone lag when heavy browsing is being done. Nokia’s lack of innovation means that there is nothing special to find in this device, and even though it enjoyed moderate success upon release, the phone is far from becoming a hit with fans.