Nokia Lumia 1020 vs. Galaxy S4, iPhone 5 and HTC One

By Daniel Chubb - Jul 16, 2013

Nokia showcased the Nokia Lumia 1020 towards the end of the last week at a New York event, so naturally consumers want to know everything about this smartphone and how it stacks up to some of the most popular phones right now. Today, we wanted to give our readers a quick specs comparison of Nokia’s Lumia 1020 vs. Samsung Galaxy S4, Apple Phone 5 and HTC One.

You can see the bright looking Nokia Lumia 1020 above in yellow and clearly marked on the front is the 41-megapixel camera. There is no doubt Nokia want to promote this feature in everyway possible and with a growing number of people dropping their digital cameras in favor of a camera phone, it seems to be a good move by Nokia.

The Nokia Lumia 1020 specs can be seen in the image below and they are side-by-side with the iPhone 5, Galaxy S4 and HTC One. The latter smartphone has been growing in popularity every week, and we have also seen a number of PR readers defend this phones success and they also show the type of loyalty Apple users deliver.


Take a look at the specs above and let us know which smartphone looks best on paper in your opinion? Apple’s iPhone is one of the older handsets from the bunch and we look forward to seeing how an iPhone 5S or 6 compares in a couple of months time. Feel free to take a look at our earlier article that featured a video comparing Nokia’s Lumia 1020 vs. Lumia 920.

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  • Isaac

    To the writer of this article above, for your information HTC One’s camera is in ultrapixels not megapixels. Do your homework before write this article next time.

  • justsaying

    this article is meaningless, you can’t compare different Operating systems by hardware, it’s the most stupid thing. Different OSs have different needs.

    Android needs all the power it can get like 80 core processors, as much memory as you can put in it, and the biggest battery available, but it still lags, apps crash, and generally not a smooth experience unless you reinstall the OS every month.

    Windows phone is known for it modest hardware requirements, and even the cheapest Nokia 520 is smoother than many higher end hardware Android phones.

    And the iPhone goes even farther than that, to you information it has only 1.3 GHz dual core processor, 1 GB of memory and about 1440 mAh battery, but it’s way faster/smoother than anything Android and that tiny battery keeps it going for a day.

    So it terms of quality I would say Windows phone OS and iOS are about equal and Android is free to manufacture…