Published On: Sun, Jun 17th, 2012

Review on Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II

Nokia Lumia 900 vs. HTC Titan II

The battle between the two phones, Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC titan II. Nokia’s first ever window-based automobile launched in Canada, in April 2012 head to head with the equally awaited HTC Titan II. With the Lumia pre-orders taking place beforehand, the phone was expected to hit the stores with great hype, while the HTC kept a low key entering the market. With Window phones being so much in demand, there is no excuse why people won’t stop to have a peek at this latest invention.

So why, are they getting associated together?

Both phones are powerful handsets, providing the user with great sensibility, handling and desire. In our opinion both of these phones are skillful, choosing between the two just varies down to a user’s specific needs and personal preferences. Both devices are coordinated precisely, depending on which best suits your own requirement.

HTC Titan II summary,

Dimensions: 5.2x 2.7 x 4 inches
Weight: 5.18 ounces
Screen: 4.7’’
Camera: 16mp with 28mm f2.6 lens
Storage: 16GB
RAM: 512mb
Processor: 1.5GHz
Battery: 1730mah
OS: Windows phone 7.5 Mango CR2
Including Wi-Fi and GPS connection, 3G/4G LTE. 

Nokia Lumia 900 Summary,

Dimensions: 5.03 x 2.7 x 0.45 inches
Weight: 5.6 ounces
Screen: 4.3’’ clear black touch screen
Camera: 8mp
Storage: 16GB (14GB also available)
RAM: 512mb
Processor: 1.4GHz
Battery: 1830mAh
OS: Windows phone 7.5 Mango Consumer Refresh 2
Also including Wi-Fi and GPS connection, 3G/4G LTE.

From the overview, you can probably judge that not much difference there is between the two devices.

The Screen Test:

The screen quality on both phones won’t be something which will disappoint the users. Both devices took a diverse step, but have completed it well. Titans LCD screen has bright colors that seems more natural. Lumia has much richer colors and a more contrast screen. Both phones are quick to respond against the touch technology.

Nokia begins to part itself when the HTC app store comes in handy. With a decent variety ranging from all sorts of daily need items such as the sound enhancer to locations, love apps , calculator…
Keeping in mind, Nokia has a studio, The ESPN, CNN, MAPS and with the newly enhanced EA Sport Titles.
The Nokia studio might seem more attractive with all the amazing features, it does come with an admission price too.

Deciding which one?

When finally agreeing, which one to go for, this will be a difficult choice. The secret to a Windows phone is to see which device matches your own need and taste best. This can become a tough decision.

There is always one factor that many consumers keep in mind-the monetary value. The Nokia Lumia 900 will cost you around $99 (on contract) whereas the HTC will cost $199 (on contract). Although you might be able to find a difference between pricing through other third party retailers, the Titan will still be more costly as compared to the LUMIA.

If asked to choose which phone, The HTC titan II would be the most likely choice, a classy design, better performance, Camera results. The HTC has enhanced the titan series so much that the titan II came out with great improvements. If you feel the need to take the Nokia Lumia 900 side, then it won’t be a regretful decision. Both come in quiet close.

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