Nokia Lumia 1520 vs. LG Optimus G Pro – Comparison of Display

The Finnish Company, Nokia has been desperately trying to gain re-entry into the smartphone arena.

Nokia has been trying to improve on its Lumia series lineup, for quite some time now. The Lumia series from Nokia has provided the company a second chance in the smartphone race. The Windows Phone from Nokia has gained quite an appreciation from the masses. The stylish and elegant designs of the Lumia series, which now comes equipped with great cameras, are a treat to have. However, the high-end Lumia devices have been given a tough competition by the latest Android smartphones. Regardless, the release of Nokia Lumia 1520 has been claimed by the company, to be the biggest Windows Phone, with heavy specifications. Despite having a great PureView camera, the Windows Phone does not come equipped with impressive hardware, to compare with the high-end Android smartphones.

The Korean variant, LG Optimus G Pro, comes equipped with impressive features and a heavy spec sheet, ably matching to that of the high-end smartphones, presently available in the market. The smartphone derives power from its powerful quad core Snapdragon 600 chipset. The smartphone comes with both, a replaceable battery and a memory expansion slot. These features have not been seen coming together in most smartphones, presently available in the market. On paper, the smartphone sounds great, but whether the company has given it enough to woo the potential buyers, is a debatable topic.

Today, let us compare the Nokia Lumia 1520 Windows Phone, to that of the LG Optimus G Pro smartphone, with respect to their display.

Display

Nokia Lumia 1520

Considering the Windows Phone arena, the Lumia 1520 is one of its kind. The Lumia 1520 is the first ever Windows Phone from Nokia, to gain recognition for featuring a 1080 x 1920 display. The Windows Phone is enormous, which comes equipped with the first ever largest screen from Nokia. The Nokia Lumia 1520 boasts of a massive 6-inch IPS LCD display, providing the user with a decent pixel density of 368-ppi (pixel per inch). Windows Phone lacked devices with 1080p screen resolution, which makes the Lumia 1520, the first of its kind in the smartphone market. It would not be wrong to suggest that the 1080p resolution produces sharp details, for a better viewing experience.

To add icing to the cake, the IPS LCD screen, produces natural colors, strong contrast, superb brightness and wide viewing angles, for an enhanced viewing experience. In addition, the outdoor visibility of the Lumia 1520 Windows Phone is great in every respect. The display comes equipped with a manually adjusting display saturation and color temperature on the Lumia 1520. It provides the option to the user, either to view an image in a natural tone or in an overblown color tone.

LG Optimus G Pro

The LG smartphone comes equipped with a decent 5.5-inch Full HD display, having a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The display offers the user with a pixel density of 401-ppi, better than that of its counterpart, the Lumia 1520 Windows Phone. The display offers vibrant colors, bright viewing experience in daylight and excellent viewing angles. However, the automatic mode of the smartphone is a disappointment, with respect to adjusting brightness of the screen both, inside and out in the open.

 

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