When the mobile Nokia Lumia 920 and the HTC 8X were launched there was quite a stir in the market and buyers made a queue to check out the specification and features and buy these most attractive and apt mobiles for all kinds of uses. Both the handsets came out as the companies’ first Windows phones that were integrated with dual-core processors and have HD screen.
Nokia lovers will find the mobile with lots of wow features that the company has been striving hard to integrate in the mobile. But HTC is not lagging behind as they have come with thin and light smartphones and have great insides and outside as well. so if you want to truly compare these two mobiles, a detailed comparison is necessary. If you want to know the price tag, you will find that there is a difference between the two. The Nokia Lumia 920 price is Rs. 24,999 approximately and the price of HTC 8X price is Rs. 32,999 approximately.
The HTC 8X is a slimmer and lighter as compared to Lumia 920 and is convenient to carry around or talk on the phone for a longer time. Lumia comes with polycarbonate unibody which is not so light and feel bulky too. Placing of buttons is different and you will find that the HTC provides lock and the power key at the top that needs stretching of fingers. The Lumia has buttons on the right and camera plate very well situated.
Nokia has a 4.5 inch screen that comes with 768 x 1280 resolution pixels. It comes with ClearBlack filter, while the HTC 8X comes with 4.3 inches and has a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. If you want higher pixels then HTC offers higher pixel density. The colors in the Lumia are more saturated and provides for lower reflectance to better outdoor visibility, but it makes the screen dim as compared to the HTC despite the high brightness that it provides. However, you will find that the viewing angles are great on both the handsets. The supersensitive touch layer on the Lumia gives an added advantage as it can be worked on even with gloves on.
Both have front camera. The Nokia comes with 1.3 megapixels and the HTC is 2.1 megapixels. The rear camera of the former is 8.7 megapixels and the latter comes with 8 mega pixels. Both have a video capture resolution of 1080 pixels. While the Nokia does not have a Panorama, the HTC does not come with image stabilization feature.
The talk time provided by Nokia is 17 hours from a battery capacity of 2,000 and the HTC provides 12 hours on a battery capacity of 1,800 mAh.