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LG G Flex vs Nokia Lumia 1520


LG G Flex vs Nokia Lumia 1520
Call Quality

We’re going to have to go with the LG G Flex when it comes to call quality, even more when it hits high marks in all relevant categories – such as volume output, clarity, and speakerphone quality. With the Lumia 1520, it’s nothing more than average, though, its earpiece is rather tepid with its quality.


Under our real world experience, they offer outstanding battery life that’ll provide even those demanding power users with an all-day battery life – with no worries about having to replenish throughout the day.


Innovative is something that’s profound with the LG G Flex, obviously, seeing that it’s showcasing many new technological feats we haven’t seen before in a commercialized way. People will absolutely be intrigued by its curved design, which is uncanny at first, but it truly shows the direction the industry will be moving towards in the very near future. At its core, it’s a fantastic offering that will blow away friends and colleague – but there’s a price to pay for something so special.

Ultimately, the G Flex’s import cost of $940 will make people think long and hard about the investment, which is a hefty one to say the least. Well, that’s not a problem for the Nokia Lumia 1520, since it’s sporting a lower $585 off-contract price through AT&T at the moment. Better yet, its on-contract price of $100 right from the get-go makes it very difficult to pass up on. Whatever the choice, Nokia’s current pride and joy definitely proves the point that it has a whole lot of bang for the buck.

Throw in the fact that it’s a high-spec’d in every category, combined with an impressive camera in the rear, the only thing that’s really holding the Lumia 1520 back is arguably Windows Phone 8, which we might add, is continually being enhanced and improved with each iteration. Yeah, the customized Android experience of the G Flex adheres to the needs of serious power users, but the decision to side with it is made most difficult by its expensive cost. Then again, it’s stuffed with some next-gen features, which justifies things a bit.


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