Samsung is the unprecedented king when it comes to smartphones.
It cannot be denied that the smartphones, manufactured and released by the Korean giant, have been a raging success in the mobile industry. Regardless, with the Android operating system being easily accessible by smaller companies, Samsung needs to upgrade its technology constantly to stay in the top position. However, in the tablet arena, the Korean giant has struggled considerably. However, Nokia had given a tough competition to other tablet manufacturers since Microsoft has overtaken it. The tablet PC has gained much recognition with the tablet users in the recent years.
The Chinese companies like Gionee have been competing in the mobile arena with a range of quality tablets in their bag. Today, we compare the Gionee Elife E7 with the Nokia Lumia 920 to determine which tablet is better in terms of design and display.
Nokia has maintained its reputation of producing high quality phones for the masses. The trend has been maintained by the Lumia 920 phablet. The Nokia Lumia 920 measures 130.3mm in stature, 70.8mm in breadth and 10.7mm in thickness. On paper, the dimensions might not mean anything, but the size of the tablet would make you wonder, whether some lines have been crossed in terms of weight, size and comfortable usage. The tablet is on the heavier side weighing around 185 grams. The screen bezel is also a little wider than the Elife E7. Before you plan to purchase the Lumia 920, ensure that you can actually handle the tablet, as it is certainly not for all hands and pockets.
On the other hand, the Gionee Elife E7 tablet comes with dimensions measuring 150.6mm in stature, 75mm in breadth and 9.5mm in thickness. However, the E7 is a lighter phone as compared to the Lumia 920. It weighs around 150 grams. The weight of the E7 is very low, considering the 5.5-inch display incorporated in the tablet. Even in terms of thickness, the E7 measures 9.5mm, as compared to the 10.7mm thickness of the Nokia Lumia 920 tablet.
The Nokia Lumia 920 tablet comes equipped with a 4.5-inch PureMotionHD+ display. However, the IPS panel of the Lumia 920 comes with a resolution of 720p, which is a little disappointing, considering the standard 5-inch display currently available in the market. However, it comes with features such as 32GB internal memory and Dolby surround sound, which puts the tablet back into the race. In addition, the optical image stabilization feature of the Lumia 920 is also one of its plus points. The display offers nice colors and reasonably deep blacks. The tablet offers decent viewing angles to the user.
In comparison, the Gionee Elife E7 incorporates a bigger 5.5-inch LCD display. The screen comes with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Considering the screen size and the resolution offered by the tablet, the pixel density shoots up to approximately 401-ppi. The screen of the E7 tablet offers sharp pictures to the user. The Gorilla Glass 3 coating covers the high-end tablet’s screen quite nicely.
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