iPhone 5 vs Lumia 920: 4 Reasons Why Nokia Is Better

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Apple have launched their anticipated iPhone 5, but you may want to hang on and wait to see what Nokia bring with their Lumia 920 device before you rush out to get the new iPhone.

Last week we listed the many reasons why you would pick the iPhone 5 over the Nokia Lumia 920, stressing on software, its unbeatable App Store and also its lightweight design. This week, it is time to see why one would pick the Nokia Lumia 920 over Apple’s latest handset. So let’s get started!

iPhone 5 vs Nokia Lumia 920: how Nokia is better

The Nokia Lumia 920 has support for charging wirelessly and there are many accessories available for owners of the device to charge their handset without the need for wires including the awesome JBL creation with “landing lights”.

The Lumia 920 has the PureView 8.7 megapixel camera. This camera uses the optics of Carl Zeiss and has floating lens tech, which allows 5 to 10 times more light than with any other handset. This means that your photos are crystal clear and bright along with being crisp. In recent tests against the iPhone 5, it beat the Apple phone in low light conditions.

The Nokia Lumia 920 comes with a PureMotion HD display with is super sensitive. This means that you can operate the display when wearing gloves and with winter coming, this is great news. This of course is not something that Apple can say with their iPhone 5. The display is also bigger, has a higher ppi and is twice as responsive.

If you love black or white then you will be ok with the iPhone 5. On the other hand if you prefer something that stands out then you will love the Nokia Lumia 920. The handset is available in red, yellow, blue, grey and white and black.

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