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by:YoukingTech     2021-06-12

Display

So let's start from display, the former Lumia 800 comes with a 3.7 inches AMOLED touchscreen coated with Gorilla Glass and operating at 480 x 800 resolution at a pixel density of 252PPI. The screen delivers better performance, vibrant details and responsive behavior, giving it spotless look and feel. On the other end, Lumia 820 has nothing much different than its 4.3 AMOLD touchscreen operating at same 400 x 800 resolution. Expectedly, the lower pixel density lacks for covering the additional screen area however the 217PPI seems like a nice replacement for extra screen area. On the whole the display is impressive on the both screens in terms of colors, performance and visibility.

OS

Speaking of the operating system, both smarphones share common name, don't get fool that both offer an evolution at their own ends, because it actually differs from reality. WP8 uses the kernel of Windows 8, delivering more advancements and a range of new features for smarphone users. The latest OS has a new IE10 browser, upgraded security modules, Nokia maps, new Start Screen with tiles-looking shortcuts, support for screenshots and a great deal more to pack. With all of this, the software is also capable of running all Windows Phone 7 application together with fast friendly and easy to use apps. WP7 is undoubtedly worth performing but when it comes to competition with WP8, it lies in newer the better. So Nokia Lumia 820 the WP8 phones wins in software platform.

Features

The new Lumia 820 in contrast with last year successor does not improve a lot but for making comparison there are certain aspects where both devices differ. 820 has 8MP primary camera that features AutoFocus, Carl Zeiss Lens, Dual LED Flash and F2.2 while the 1080 video capturing and geo-tagging takes it ahead in competition. As an update to its successor it features a front-facing VGA camera for supporting video calling. On the other hand, Lumia 800 where features the same 8MP camera with AutoFocus, Carl Zeiss Lens, Dual LED Flash and geo-tagging it misses the secondary camera and can only capture 720P video. So when it really comes to the comparison, the 820 takes the lead.

Processor

Lumia 800 is built with a 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU, 512MB RAM and 16GB built-in storage and lacks the microSD card support. However, the device does not encounter any sluggishness, and page loading, playing games and apps run breezily as long as you don't compare it with mid-ranging Androids. Lumia 820 in contrast has a 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor far speedier than the opponent. It comes with 1GB RAM, 8GB built-in storage and also has slot for microSD card support. So unsurprisingly, the winner title goes to Lumia 820 again.

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