Nokia Lumia 625
Lumia 625 is one of the low-priced devices recently introduced by Nokia, that manages to squeeze everything in, and also comes in lively colors such as red, yellow or green,
With a resolution of 720×1280, this 4.7 inch display is capable of displaying 16M colors. It measures 133.20 x 72.20 x 9.20 and the body is slighter than other Nokia models. You will also have to get used to a little weight, as it comes at 159 grams.
This device is 4G enabled and can go head to head against the Lumia 720 or the 620, packing a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 512 MB of RAM. With a Qualcom Snapdragon chipset, it comes with 8 GB of internal storage but can be upgraded to up to 64 GB, via microSD. Apparently the phone lacks a browser to support flash websites.
The Lumia 625 has a 5 MP camera in the rear, equipped with flash, and a 0.3 MP camera on the front.
The phone comes with a 2000 mAh battery than is larger than the Lumia 620 battery, and is not removable.
Samsung Galaxy K Zoom
Samsung is trying to bring the high quality camera phones to the public, first with the S4 Zoom, and now with the Galaxy K Zoom.
Measured at 137.50 x 70.80 x 16.60, the phone’s display has 4.8 inches and a 720×1080 resolution, capable of displaying 16 M colors. The back plastic case is removable.
It has 8 GB of internal memory, with the capability of adding extra space by using an SD card, and the 1.3 GHz processor, with 2 GB of RAM and a Qualcom Snapdragon processor run the new Android KitKat as the operating system.
The front camera has 2MP, but turning to the rear camera, you can see that it is the main attraction of this device, as it comes equipped with an LED flashlight to support the 20.7 megapixel lense.
Although the Lumia 625 has more RAM than any other Lumia device, the Galaxy K Zoom is the clear winner, with it’s great battery life and stunning rear camera.
The Galaxy K Zoom costs around $520, and the Lumia 625 around $220, both according to Amazon.com
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