Nokia Lumia 620 smartphone has a special place in the company’s good books.
The smartphone may have failed to gain the flagship variant status, but the handset remained a regular source of income for the company for a long time. It is a handset that the people identify with the brand Nokia.
The Nokia Lumia 620 handset features Windows Phone 8 operating system, which offers extra value for money in various aspects. The phablet is different in terms of design and comes in vibrant colors, which is its major standout feature. The handset relies on Windows Phone application, which would mark the difference between Lumia 620 and other smartphones available in the market.
In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Core handset may not shine in any major field, but the handset comes equipped with basic features to cater the potential user with a decent smartphone experience. The 4.3-inch screen, 5MP camera and dual core processor of the handset comes at an affordable price range.
Today, we compare the two handsets in terms of their specs and features, to determine how they stack up against each other and that of other smartphones available in the mobile market.
Interface and Functionality
Despite the Nokia Lumia 620 being equipped with the latest Windows Phone 8 operating system, the handset comes at an affordable price. However, the UI remains the same as that of other siblings from Microsoft, providing consistent and smooth smartphone experience to the potential user. The UI offers the potential user with lag free performance, without any significant hiccups. The Windows Phone 8 offers the user with additional apps such as Microsoft Office, Nokia Maps and Drive, People Hub and more.
In comparison, the Galaxy Core handset runs on the Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system accompanied with the Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. Samsung’s UI is renowned for providing the user with unique functionality. It offers the user with various shortcuts for quick access to lock screen and different applications.
Processor and Memory
In terms of processor, the Lumia 620 handset comes equipped with powerful dual core S4 snapdragon CPU, with a clock speed of 1GHz. The Adreno 305 GPU and a RAM of 512MB ensures smooth performance of the handset. The 8GB internal storage capacity along with external storage expandable up to 64GB through a microSD takes care of the potential user’s storage requirements.
In comparison, the Galaxy Core runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon A4 Play MSM8625 chipset, along with the Cortex A5 dual core processor, clocked at 1.2GHz. A powerful LPDDR2 RAM of 1GB and Adreno 203 graphic processor ensures smooth running of basic functions. In terms of internal and external memory, the handset is similar to that of its counterpart, the Lumia 620 handset.
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