Nokia has been out of the smartphone limelight for quite a while now.
However, the Finnish Company, after being taken over by Microsoft, came with all guns blazing into the smartphone market. The concept of a tablet PC, equipped with the Windows Phone operating system, was a revolutionary step for the Finnish Company. Nokia released various variants in the Lumia series, eyeing that special segment looking forward to owning a tablet PC. The concept paid off and Nokia was back in the cut-throat competition. The Nokia Lumia 900 device remained a saving grace for the company for quite some time.
In comparison, the Lumia 1020 phablet is all about the camera. The whooping 41MP primary camera with Pure View technology of the Lumia 1020 is a treat to have. Today, we would compare the two handsets against each other with respect to their interface, functionality and processor specs.
Interface and Functionality
Nokia Lumia 900 handset comes equipped with the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. The OS of the Lumia 900 encompasses a lot of personality and character, with its overall appearance. The Windows Phone OS may not incorporate the depth of personalization, as that of the Android based OS; nevertheless, the Windows Phone OS has enough fire power to keep its users engaged.
In terms of functionality, the Lumia 900 offers similar experience as that of its predecessors. The handset comes with the standard assortment of bland features, as compared to other hubs. Typing on the massive display of the Lumia 900 is fun, as it comprises of the Windows Phone keypad with predictive text and auto-correct features.
In comparison, the Nokia Lumia 1020 handset comes equipped with the Windows Phone 8 operating system. The OS of the Lumia 1020 is nothing different than the one found in latest Windows Phone handsets. The basic looking home screen comes equipped with Live Tiles feature, which offers the user with the relevant information.
The Windows Phone 8 main menu list is uncomplicated and the customization options are restricted to reorganizing the tiles on the home screen. Typing messages on the Lumia 1020 display is fun, however, the protruding camera at the back can be a hamper while typing messages. Regardless, with adjustment and time, the user would be able to type at a mistake-free and consistent rate.
Nokia Lumia 900 phablet comes equipped with a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8055 CPU running at a speed of 1.4GHz and a RAM of 512MB. In the present times, when dual core or quad core processors are available in the market, the Windows Phone single core processor provides the user with superb performance, without any unnecessary lags or slowdowns.
In comparison, the Nokia Lumia 1020 phablet encompasses a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus chipset running at a speed of 1.5GHz and Adreno 225 GPU. The CPU/GPU combination is coupled with a RAM of 2GB, catering the users with meaningfully swift performance. The Lumia 1020 performs exceptionally well with all kinds of operations, be it simple or arduous. In fact, most Windows Phones, in general, offer the same levels of performance.
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