Both Samsung and Apple are expected to release their flagship smartphone this year. Up until now, there’s no official statement from both sides regarding to this issue, forcing customers to see what’s currently available in the market.
In that case, HTC is now pretty much rule the Android smartphone market since they are the one and only company that release their next-gen android smartphone earlier this year. The HTC One X is recently make it’s debut at Sprint and will soon join the AT&T’s army with new stage name, HTC One XL. This handset is a powerful device with Snapdragon S4 dual-core CPU, which posses equal power to the Tegra 3 quad-core CPU. Not to mention that it also run on the Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. So, isn’t there any other smartphone that have what it takes to challenge this smartphone?
Yes we have one here folks. It is called as Nokia Lumia 900. A Windows Phone handset that recently make it’s debut at AT&T on Easter Sunday. It is running on Windows Phone 7.5 OS. This smartphone also support for AT&T’s LTE network, which promise for super fast Internet connectivity in either download or upload. Not to mention that it also feature the gorgeous Metro UI, which now adopted to the Microsoft’s latest Windows 8.
So, which one of this handset that deserve to be crowned as the best smartphone around? Find the answer in our comparison below.
Design. Nokia Lumia 900 is packed with 4.3 inch screen with Clear Black AMOLED technology and 480 x 800 pixels resolution. On the other side, HTC One X sports 4.7 inch display with IPS LCD 2 technology and 720p resolution. This handset is also crafted in a form of gorgeous candy bar shape. Not to mention that it is also manage to crush Lumia 900 in terms of pixels density. The One X is currently measured at 312ppi, while the Nokia smartphone only able to seal 217ppi score. Either of this handset are protected with the Corning Gorilla Glass.
Camera. Nokia Lumia 900 posses 8.0 megapixels rear shutter with Carl Zeiss lens. You should be able to capture a 3264 x 2448 picture with this camera unit. Not to mention that it is also has auto focus, geo-tagging, dual LED flashlight and 720p video capture function. On the other side, HTC One X heat up the competition with it’s 8.0 megapixels primary camera unit. It is also packed with LED flashlight and able to record video at 720p resolution.
Processors and RAM. As we mentioned above, HTC One X is powered by Snapdragon S4 processors, which equal to Tegra 3 CPU, which not power the International-GSM version of the handset. Sadly, this super phone is currently lack of microSD card slot feature. On the other hand, Nokia Lumia 900 posses 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU, 512MB RAM, 16GB internal memory. Just like it’s competitor, this handset also miss the important microSD card slot feature.
OS. HTC One X running on the Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is also packed with the company’s latest UI modification, the HTC Sense 4.0. Every One X users will be granted with free 25GB Cloud Storage from DropBox. In addition, they also able to take advantage from the Beats Audio equalizer. On the other hand, Nokia Lumia 900 worked under Windows Phone 7.5 Platform. It has the unique Metro UI that feature live tiles, so you’ll be stay connected and updated with the latest information from your favorite website, email contact, Facebook, and even live magazine subscription.
Connectivity. HTC One X support for WiFi, DLNA streaming, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS, micro USB 2.0. On the other side, Nokia Lumia 900 is manage to work with WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.0, EDR, and A2DP connection.
Battery Lifetime. Both HTC One X and Nokia Lumia 900 are packed with 1800mAh battery unit. It should be able to provide user with 7 hours of talk time and 60 hours of music playback.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now folks. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to tell us. Use the comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here. See you on the other story.tags: HTC, Lumia 900, Nokia, One X