HTC Titan II - 132x69x13mm, 147g
Lumia Nokia 900 - 127.8x68.5x11.5mm, 160g
For HTC, the Titan II looks good, but this is not to say anything because, to tell that most of its competitors most diverse and interesting is too simple and does not stand out at all. We burn with desire to see a change in HTC, but has not reached the Titan II. We are still waiting.
Meanwhile, Nokia has a reputation for producing devices with a little more energy, style and class. Nokia always offers something visually interesting, and although the Lumia 900 is essentially a N9 (or Lumia 800) improved, it is much more interesting than the generic profile of HTC. You will not find the edges slightly curved, as they have been sharpened and highlighted the angles and lines. Nokia wins easily in the shape category with its bold design.
NOKIA Lumia 900
The first model Nokia Lumia, the Lumia 800, captivated us with its incredibly sharp AMOLED screen, bright and colorful, which also incorporates Nokia ClearBlack. However, its 3.7 inches seems a bit low. The Lumia 900, to be his older cousin, sports a much larger screen of 4.3 inches. The resolution is the same (800x480 pixels) and therefore the pixel density is somewhat smaller (217 pixels per inch), but still beats his opponent and should provide clear images and video quality. Use Gorilla Glass, so it will be very tough, and has multi-touch support. The Titan II has a large 4.7-inch touch screen. Once again the resolution is 800x480 pixels, so pixel density falls to 199 PPI. Supports multi-touch and uses S-LCD technology from Sony, which is similar to Samsung's AMOLED in terms of brightness, color and energy efficiency. Although, based on our experience, we must say it is not as good as the AMOLED in terms of image sharpness. Basically the display setting of Titan II is almost identical to its predecessor, the original Titan. We opted for Nokia in this round, as the Lumia 900 offers much more vivid images.
Nokia Lumia 900 has the same memory configuration as its predecessor, ie, 16 GB of internal storage with no card slot and 512 MB of RAM to boost processing tasks. Also, the Titan II has the same configuration as the original Titan, which in turn is the same as the Nokia 800 and Lumia 900.
Both phones are based on Qualcomm Scorpion hardware. The Lumia Nokia 900 offers a speed of 1.4 GHz, like their smaller relatives, although using the Snapdragon chipset MSM8255T and the same graphics processing unit (GPU) Adreno 205. The HTC Titan II has a slightly higher speed of 1.5GHz, but uses the same combination of Snapdragon chipset and GPU MSM8255T. Since Windows Phone 7 devices, both are very well optimized and probably will not notice that they are single-core cell unless the mash with extremely intense games (and even then it would be difficult to detect faults). You can expect a similar performance of these two Smartphone.
HTC Titan II
As already mentioned, both are phones Windows Phone 7 'Mango' and, as such, both have the latest version, colorful and innovative operating system from Microsoft. Windows Phone running smoothly and indeed offers some of the best features of social networking and integration of contacts that we have never seen, so if you like to be connected is a good choice. This task is mainly to the People Hub, which lets you create groups of contacts and displays updates from Twitter, Facebook, instant messaging, email and SMS text. Also send messages to multiple contacts simultaneously through multiple channels, so you will not need to constantly change application. Our main complaint is the lack of applications and content in the Marketplace of Microsoft deal compared to Android and IOS. This is likely to be resolved over time, because we do not believe that the platform will disappear soon. In general, Windows Phone seems very advisable if you really need to be connected to your social circle at all times. However, if applications are an important part of your experience with the phone, you may want to look elsewhere, at least for now.
The Lumia 900 carries the same 8-megapixel primary camera that Lumia 800, complete with a Carl Zeiss, a resolution of 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, geo-tagging, dual LED flash and video capture 720p. The only real difference is that the Lumia 900 also carries a 1-megapixel secondary camera. This is more of the same, because although looks impressive on paper, almost identical configuration of 800 Lumia seemed a bit disappointing. At least you can make video calls, a rarity in phones Windows Phone. The HTC Titan II will deliver what at first seems a pretty camera experience more satisfying, thanks to an impressive 16 megapixel primary camera with wide angle lens, sensor and backlit 4640x3480 pixel resolution. 720p HD video captures and has autofocus, dual LED flash, red eye reduction, image stabilization, panorama mode and continuous shooting mode. It also includes a secondary front camera of 1.3 megapixels for video calls, etc. Given that Nokia has historically dominated the realm of camera phones, it seems that HTC has overcome in his own game.
In fact, there are huge differences between these two cell differences. They offer similar power, the same operating system and identical storage capacities. And both are a sizable cell. The main differences are that the 900 is much more Lumia nice and has a much cleaner display. The HTC Titan II is not a bad phone, but his only asset against the Nokia 900 is the camera settings, and what camera! If you want a camera phone with a premium quality, choose the HTC, assuming that exceeds our next revision.