Nokia Lumia 900 vs Samsung Galaxy Note LTE16
There’s no arguing that these two prestigious handsets can replace your old point and shoot camera, but as we compare the results, the Galaxy Note LTE minutely comes away as the better of the two. To tell you the truth, their qualities look very similar to one another, but Samsung’s beauty is able to capture our attention because it handles low lighting conditions better. Specifically, the images captured by Nokia Lumia 900 in low lighting displays more evidence of noise, which isn’t something as prevalent on the Galaxy Note.
video recording capability, there isn’t much in terms of visual superiority found with the Galaxy Note over the 720p videos produced by the Lumia 900. In all honesty, they’re both extremely sharp looking with their sufficient details, saturated color reproduction, smooth capture rate, and clear audio recording.
Nokia Lumia 900 Sample Video:
Samsung Galaxy Note LTE Sample Video:
Well folks, there’s no arguing this one, but the Zune experience found with the Nokia Lumia 900 is light years better than the conventional looking music player in use with the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE. Aided by its snazzy looking Metro UI, the Zune experience is undoubtedly an engaging one. As for audio quality with their respective speakers, Sammy’s bundle of joy seems to be stronger with its output – albeit, it isn’t by much.
Obviously, bigger is better when it comes down to watching videos on a smartphone. Keeping with that mentality, the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE is the absolute choice thanks to its larger display and iridescent looks. Well, both are actually able to flawlessly play our test video that’s encoded in DivX 1920 x 1080 resolution, but there’s no overlooking the wow factor that’s evident with Sammy’s behemoth.