Windows Phone devices get a size comparison
posted by Michael H. / Oct 01, 2012, 10:47 AM
HTC 8S, which sadly only has a 480x800 resolution) to the mammoth 4.9" 720x1280 Samsung ATIV S. Interesting to note with the WP8 devices that the Nokia Lumia 920 is not only the one device to have a resolution higher than 720x1280, but it does have a larger screen than the HTC 8X. The HTC 8X is just taller and not as broad.The guide has been put together a couple of different times over the past couple days, but this is the best one we've seen so far. It's a great comparison of both Windows Phone 8 handsets that span the form factors from 4" (the
Some have expressed concern that there is no more 3.7" device in the WP8 stable, but that seems like complaining for the sake of complaining. We can understand those that don't feel comfortable with a device that has a screen of 4.5" or larger, but if your hand can't get used to the extra 4mm of height and 2 mm of width between the HTC 8S and the Lumia 800, we're not sure what to tell you.
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Ativ s...........monstrous......wish ativ s and lumia were like merged into each other............................yummmm!!! :)
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 11:21 AM 5
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Samsung ATIV is cool with the big screen but the look is generic to android handsets. Nokia is just too big and heavy! The HTC 8X however is the phone for me, awesome looks, awesome build quality but the screen is a tad small...well that's bearable :)
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 11:26 AM 3
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I think the Nokia Lumia 820 is better looking than the Nokia Lumia 920. it is sad that the Nokia lumia 820 has the same dual core CPU and 1 GiG of ram as the Lumia 920 has but the put lower resolution screen on it I know nokia did that to lower it's cost but wow folks had they given the Nokia Lumia 820 a 4.3 inch High def screen like the HTC 8x has wow Nokia would have had the 2 top Windows 8 smart phones on the marlet place instead of one. OH well there's next year
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 11:26 AM 1
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True, but there has to be more pricing differentiation between them. From the looks of it, the 820 could be priced around $50-100 on contract, and the 920 at $200. Higher-def screen on the 820 might have pushed it in the $150 range. That said, there are hints of more Lumia phones to follow, entry- and mid-level, and Nokia has a good history of filling in gaps and offering something to suit almost any budget.
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 12:07 PM 0
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And there are no Lumia 710 and 610
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 11:35 AM 1
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where the heck have you been living yes there is.
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 12:30 PM 0
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I LOVE the Lumia 920 but why is there so much bezel down there at the buttons? Couldn't they have made it with the bezel of the ATIV? Great phone nonetheless. I'm completely undecided between L920 and ATIV S...
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 1:09 PM 1
I understand that there is a trend for larger sized screens. However there are many people out there who want flagship or near flagship specs with a 3.5-4" sized screen. Can't we have both guys? there is room for 5" monsters and 4" ones with similar specs?? Why does smaller screen have to equal low-mid range with android and wp8?
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 1:15 PM 3
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I'm of the opinion that users should be able to choose phones like we do laptops. Screen size & resolution, processor, RAM, other peripherals, OS, etc. So if I would, theoretically, want a Snapdragon S4 Pro with a gig of RAM in the body the size of a Galaxy Note 2 with a higher-res screen running WP8 with Nokia's software and hardware perks, I could, as much as I might want an OMAP5 in a 3.7" IPS screened with 2 gigs of RAM running ICS with a body no thicker than a Droid RAZR. It's highly unlikely, given the disposability of phones, but it's a nice idea, in theory.
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 2:55 PM 0
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It's color galore! I actually like the HTC 8S look best. Maybe due the similar look to Sony devices that I like. And I just realized that Lumia 920 is thinner than Lumia 800! I'm definitely getting it (given the price is not too expensive)
posted on Oct 01, 2012, 8:11 PM 0
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