Let us compare the Nokia Lumia 925 to that of Google’s Nexus 4 LTE smartphone.
It is the next generation Nexus that offers LG Electronics a privilege of wiping off its competitor’s ground with respect to speed and performance. In case you were looking for an Android smartphone, there would be hardly any reason for you to resist the Nexus 4 smartphone. We have prepared a comparison review of two acclaimed smartphones available in the market today – Nokia Lumia 925 and Google’s Nexus 4.
The Lumia 925 smartphone comprises of the latest Windows Phone 8 operating system. It would not be wrong to suggest that the Lumia 925 smartphone is a refined Lumia 920 handset. In comparison to its predecessor, it comes with an enhanced PureView camera, slim aluminum casing and the latest photo-editing suite.
Key Features of the Nokia Lumia 925
Design: The most notable change in the Lumia 925 as compared to its predecessors, is that the smartphone has become slimmer. The handset comes with a re-styled design. The Lumia 920 was considered a bit chunky because of its heavy weight. However, the Lumia 925 handset comes with an amalgamation of aluminum and polycarbonate plastic. It reduces the weight considerably to 139 grams and the thickness comes at 8.5mm.
The edges comprise of aluminum, providing the smartphone with a chic look. The corners of the smartphone are neatly detailed and the polycarbonate plastic rear panel comprises of rewarding matte finish, as in earlier Lumia series smartphones.
Camera: The Lumia 925 smartphone comprises of stunning PureView 8.7MP camera. In fact, the Lumia 925 comes with enhanced features such as the sixth sense glass lens and ISO settings up to 1200. The camera offers clear and crisp pictures with no noise, color saturation, superb contrast, dynamic range and exposure.
OS: In terms of operating system, the Lumia 925 runs on Windows Phone 8 operating system along with a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip running at a speed of 1.5GHz.
Display: The Lumia 925 display impresses the users with its 4.5-inch AMOLED display having a resolution of 1280×768 pixels, offering a pixel density of 332-ppi. Brightness and sharpness are above par. However, the introduction of Nokia’s PureMotion HD+, along with Clear Black layers makes sure that you get rich colors and excellent contrast for a great image viewing experience.
Key Features of Google’s Nexus 4
Design: The Nexus 4 comes in a mixture of designs featuring the Galaxy Nexus in the front and the Optimus G at the back. The handset is flat on both sides with rounded top and bottom edges. Switching off the display, the front surface of the Nexus 4 appears featureless. The rear of the handset comes with more plastic than real glass. However, the front and the back are covered with Gorilla Glass 2 coating for protection against scratches.
Display: The Nexus 4 comprises of a 4.7-inch display having a 768 x 1280 pixels of resolution. The screen comes with the IPS+ LCD technology. In addition, the 320-ppi of pixel density make the pictures look sharper.
Camera: The 8MP camera of the Nexus 4 comprises of LED flash and flush rear and front lenses. The camera on the Nexus 4 is traditionally positioned.
OS: The smartphone comes with an Android version 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
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