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Posted May 28, 2012 by Ved Prakash Joshi in Comparisons
 
 

Difference between features of Nokia Lumia 900 and Samsung S III

Samsung is beating the competition with new Samsung galaxy S III, Here Comes Detailed Comparison between two powerful devices, by two top Phone makers Nokia and Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S3 Vs Nokia Lumia 900.

Samsung has recently announced the release of its new Smartphone in the Galaxy series, which will available from May in the name of Samsung Galaxy S III. In fact, the experts and mobile analysts consider this release as a tough contender against the popular iPhone from Apple. However, the mobile phone will be available all around the world from June. This Smartphone will make use of the latest and most advanced version of the Google Android and will be equipped with plethora of applications, innovative widgets and brilliant features. No doubt, it is on the cards for most of the mobile lovers today.

Nokia Lumia 900 and Samsung S III Difference between features of Nokia Lumia 900 and Samsung S III

Nokia Lumia 900

When we think of comparing any tow models of the latest and popular Smartphone, we usually think of one outweighing another. With thorough details of the specifications of Lumia 900 from Nokia and Galaxy S III from Samsung, we will compare here the inherent features and innovative applications. The Nokia Lumia 900 comes packed with a uni-body design which excels over the S III. It has got 1.4 GHz single core CPU, 8 megapixels of camera, 16 GB of internal memory, 512 MB of RAM and the driver is Windows 7.5. Apart from these, you will also get free SkyDrive storage of 7-25 GB.

Samsung Galaxy S III

This Smartphone packs a brilliant combination of 1 GB of RAM with that of the 1.4 GHz quad core Exynos CPU. Nonetheless, it has also got a massive screen of 4.8 inches to surprise you. This HD Super AMOLED screen will show you videos in the resolution of 1280 into 720 pixels. And, just guess about the camera of S III, you will be getting 1.9 MP of front camera and 8 MP of rear camera to record HD videos and to take brilliant photo shots. Nonetheless, it will be weighing nearly 133 grams and its thickness is just 8.6 millimeters. The Samsung galaxy S III will be running on the latest Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich version 4.0 to captivate you with amazing operating system.

The connectivity options for the Galaxy S III are also brilliant with availability of NFC, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. Also, this Smartphone is ought to come in three storage models with 16, 32 and 64 GB.

Logic behind comparison between Lumia 900 and S III

It does not seem very fair for the mobile analysts to compare these fantastic smartphones because they do not have had the same OS. You cannot simply cope up with the innovation and creativity of brilliant ICS 4.0 Android version to that of better Windows OS. Owning a S III Smartphone from Samsung simply makes you a winner when you are well equipped with zero shutter lag, wireless charging, Smart Stay, cool camera features, S Beam and S Voice. At the same time, the Nokia Lumia is available at very cheaper price tag, $49 which is just not possible for the Samsung phone to be sold at that meager cost.

Conclusion : - Samsung Galaxy S III Smartphone model just wins the race against that of Nokia Lumia 900 by miles. This is because the Windows OS platform cannot be compared with the brilliant and much innovative Android 4.0 version of ICS. Moreover, Samsung has also offered some cool camera features to the potential users.

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Ved Prakash Joshi

 
'Ved Prakash Joshi' is an Internet Marketing Professional. Running an IT Company in Delhi - India. He is a Blogger Also, Having several Blogs based on Technology, Entertainment and Latest Updates. He was 'Executive Editor' of TechClap.com and writes about Gadgets and Apps.