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Nokia Lumia 800 vs iPhone 4S vs GALAXY Sii

Posted by VdoCity Friday, October 28, 2011

One of the first things that bloggers do when they attend an event where they announced a new smartphone is said to compare intelligent performance against other, more established names in the smartphone industry. Our friends at Engadget did exactly this in the Nokia World yesterday, where Nokia has announced its first smartphone based on Windows Phone 7 called Lumia 800, comparing its performance against the iPhone browser II.SlashGear 4S and the Samsung Galaxy S separate browser compares the performance of the 800 4S Lumia against the iPhone and the Galaxy S II. Performance tests are hardly scientific, since it is not conducted in a controlled environment. The two tests are therefore anecdotal and suggest you do not reach a conclusion based on them.

As expected, thanks to its hardware and software optimization set, the iPhone 4S proved to be the fastest browser in the comparison. Mobile Safari seems to be making full use of dual-core chips Apple A5 which, incidentally, proved to be the fastest in its class.

Apple apparently uses a pair of clever tricks like the URL bar filled before loading the page so that the user believes that the browser is rendering faster. The circle turns iOS status bar is what really should be looking to see if the website is loaded or not. However, despite all the obvious deception, the iPhone 4S made the pages load faster!

The Galaxy S II, which is powered by a chip of 1.2 GHz dual core, were a respectable place in the second test. The biggest advantage it has over the iPhone Lumia 4S is 800 and comes with support for Flash so can, as Adobe would say, by browsing "full web" with him.

Despite having a core of less and half the RAM, the Nokia 800 Lumia held up surprisingly well against the giants, like the iPhone 4S and Galaxy S II in comparison tests. No doubt it was the slowest of the group, but only for a second or two.

SlashGear found that the navigation page was "soft in all areas" once the page loaded. As mentioned before, the speed of the browser depends not only on the benefit, but also in network speed / load, so do not consider that this is conclusive proof.

THE Lumia Nokia 800 was announced yesterday at Nokia World. For more information, check out our post on their characteristics, specifications and availability.


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