Posted: March 2, 2013 at 5:28 pm
PCAdvisor have shared a detailed video review, comparing two mid-range Windows Phone 8 smartphones currently available in market- Nokia Lumia 820 and HTC 8S. The video compares the design, built, specifications, software, battery, camera and performance between the smartphones. Check out the video after break.
“The HTC Windows Phone 8S is the first Windows Phone 8 handset to fit into the mid-range price category. As such it’s not quite the performer of the high-end Windows Phone 8 devices such as the bottom-of-the-high-end Lumia 820, but it’s not so poor as to make it a bad deal. It offers solid performance and features for a reasonable price. Whether you prefer it to a similarly priced Android phone will depend on your own subjective preference of platform.
The Lumia 820 is a smaller and cheaper version of the 920. It doesn’t pack the same punch as that high-end Windows Phone, especially in key areas such as the screen and camera. But we like the interchangeable covers and decent battery life. It’s a better phone than the HTC Windows Phone 8S, but it costs more – to buy outright, at least. In Windows Phones, you get what you pay for.”
Read the full review here:http://goo.gl/cn2fR