LG G2 vs Nokia Lumia 1020
They’re not necessarily the best in this category, since they have their own distracting elements, but call quality as a whole is nothing more than average with these flagships. On the LG G2, its microphone causes voices to sound a bit unclear – while the Lumia 1020 is plagued by a weak earpiece and speakerphone.
Would you guess that there’s a huge difference between the battery capacities here? It could also be due to the optimizations found with its newer chipset, but the LG G2’s considerably beefier 3000 mAh battery permits us close to two days of normal usage, which easily outlasts the 18 hours of normal usage we’re able to obtain from the 2000 mAh battery of the Lumia 1020.
Ah yes, pricing always has some sway with all comparisons. In terms of cost, the newly available LG G2 is sporting that golden price of $200 on-contract, which is easier in the pockets than the expensive $300 on-contract cost of the Nokia Lumia 1020. Frankly, all the obvious reasons are here in this comparison that point to the LG G2 as THE handset that offers the most bang for the buck. Not only is it packing all the latest hardware, but LG has done enough tinkering on its own with the experience to pull it ahead of what the Lumia 1020 has to offer with its Windows Phone 8 experience.
Come to think of it, the Lumia 1020 is still notable for being the device to go with when it comes to shooting photos and videos, but the LG G2 isn’t trailing too far behind with its quality. Most of all, you’re going to be saving $100 by simply going with LG’s flagship, which is pretty substantial when you let that price difference really sink in. Who doesn’t want to save a cool $100, even more when you’re going to get something that undoubtedly has the superior specs and hardware?
LG G2 vs Nokia Lumia 1020 - Call Quality, Battery and Conclusion