As two of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, Samsung and Nokia have produced some impressive handsets over the years. Both companies are now offering their new flagship devices, the Samsung Galaxy S2 which is already selling well, and the head-turning new Nokia X7.
In this article I will offer a comparison of some key features of the two so you can decide which the best is.
Samsung Galaxy S2
With staggering sales results reported a few short months after its release, the Samsung Galaxy S2 looks set to follow in the footsteps of the original Galaxy S which sold over 13 million units. The Samsung Galaxy S2 offers a long list of advanced features and represents next generation smartphone technology we can expect to see in more and more smartphones in the future. One of the most publicised features of this handset is its 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. This provides staggering performance from many levels of the phone, ranging from the screen, internet browsing to multitasking and multimedia usage. Aside from this feature, an advanced hi-res touchscreen is on hand to display up to 16 million colours. 16 GB of internal storage allows users to store music tracks, videos and applications downloaded from the Android Market. Additionally, an 8 megapixel camera is on hand to take high quality stills as well as high definition (1080p) video footage. As you can see, it offers a comprehensive and high tech package, so it is no wonder that the Samsung Galaxy S2 is already selling well.
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The Nokia X7 is the new flagship smartphone from Nokia, running Symbian Anna OS. It has to be said that many of the features of this handset are not quite up to the standard set by the Samsung Galaxy S2. That said it does provide a decent spec list which can rival much of its competition. A 4 inch AMOLED touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera and Wi-Fi internet browsing are all included as standard. The styling of the device is sure to be a major factor in the appeal of this phone; with its robust yet refined aesthetic sure to appeal to the many style conscious users out there. Whilst it may not offer the levels of technology of the Samsung Galaxy S2, the Nokia X7 does offer an alternative to the Apple and Android handsets which seem to be dominating the market at the moment; so if you are looking for something different from the usual, this could be right up your street.
On paper, the Samsung Galaxy S2 beats the Nokia X7 hands-down. But in reality, choosing between the two is likely to come largely down to personal preference. This may be because you prefer one brand over the other, or maybe you are more attracted to the styling or operating system of one of the handsets. The Nokia X7 is by no means a bad phone; indeed it represents the levels of technology found in the majority of new smartphones, and does offer a great user experience. If you are serious about owning the most advanced technology available though, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy S2.
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