Nokia released its 6-inch phablet, the Lumia 1320, defying the Android based tablets.
The Finnish Company has provided the smartphone arena with tablets equipped with Windows OS. In fact, the release of Windows OS based tablets has taken over the tablet domain from Android. Nokia Lumia 1320 offers the potential user with a medium ranged tablet, equipped with updated features as that of most Android-based tablets.
In comparison, the Gionee Elife E7 released its medium ranged handset, boasting of top-end hardware specs as that of premium flagship smartphones. Following the trend of the market, the Chinese manufacturer released a compact version of the handset – the Elife E7 Mini. The Elife E7 Mini should not just be considered as a younger sibling of the original E7 handset; the smartphone comes equipped with certain unique and impressive features.
Whether the two handsets have enough to stack up against each other in terms of features and specifications, let us find out.
Comparing the two handsets with respect to display, the Lumia 1320 comprises of a 6-inch screen, for a superb multimedia experience. However, the resolution is much lower as compared to the other top-end products released by the Finnish Company. The 720p resolution is a drawback, but the IPS LCD panel, provides the handset with vibrant images and great looking contrasts.
In comparison, the Chinese handset offers the user with a smaller screen, measuring only 4.7-inch. However, the resolution is similar to that of its counterpart, which is decent for Elife E7 Mini handset.
Memory and Battery
The Gionee Elife E7 Mini handset offers the user with 16GB of internal storage capacity, but no external memory enhancement feature. On the other hand, the Lumia 1320 handset comes equipped with 8GB of internal memory option, which can be enhanced through a microSD memory card up to 64GB. In total, the user would get a whooping 72GB of memory power.
In terms of battery usage, the Gionee Elife E7 handset comprises of a 2200 mAh battery unit, which is much smaller than the massive 3400 mAh battery unit of the Nokia Lumia 1320 handset. Regardless, the Elife E7 battery unit has been renowned to perform exceptionally well in terms of battery life.
Nokia Lumia 1320 encompasses of a decent 5MP camera, offering standard features such as LED flash, autofocus, user facing VGA camera and Full HD video recording.
In comparison, the Elife E7 Mini provides the user with a massive 13MP camera, equipped with additional features such as panorama picture clicking ability, Full HD video capturing and a rotating lens. However, the handset does not come equipped with user facing camera feature, which is a disappointment.
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