Are you still having a hard time deciding which Windows Phone 8 device between the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X is the best? Both phones have attracted a lot of interest lately, even more so with the current holiday shopping season fully upon us. We have picked out a brief, but useful video comparison for you now, giving you the lowdown on both devices which should help you decide which one is right for you.
We’re glad to see that Nokia appears to be back in the limelight again. After a period of difficulty during the emergence of iOS and Android, Nokia has set up base with Microsoft and their Windows Phone 8 platform. Reviews for the device have been very positive indeed, thanks partly to the fact that the Nokia Lumia 920 arguably has the best display and best camera seen on any smartphone in the market today.
How does it compare to the HTC 8X newcomer though, which is now available to buy in the US on AT&T? Both devices are very similar in hardware specifications and both run on Windows Phone 8 OS. The Nokia Lumia 920 shines with its 4.5-inch IPS display and
1280×768 resolution at 332 ppi, but the 8X is no slouch either with a 4.3-inch Super LCD screen with a 1280×720 resolution and 342 ppi.
Both have the same processor and 1GB of RAM allowance, but one of the key differences that may become a deciding factor for you is the onboard storage. We’ve seen how the HTC Droid DNA only comes with 16GB of internal memory with no expandable memory and unfortunately, the HTC 8X is in the same boat. The 8X only has 16GB, while the Nokia Lumia 920 has 32GB available for buyers.
Take a look at the video below for a full review comparison and let us know which device edges it for you. Both devices are clearly very impressive either way, so are you now starting to think differently about Windows Phone 8 as a viable OS compared to iOS and Android? The more competition the better we say.
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