The Two Advantageous Models for You

The surge in smartphone manufacturers by large screens has reached a level where exaggerated and devices are contemplated six inches too large to call phones, and here the term tablet phone falls short. Nokia recently debuted in this category the Nokia Lumia 1520 a high-end model that offers a complete technical profile, which highlights the camera and of course the six-inch screen.

Moreover, within the segment Android is a terminal that plays in the same league: the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. With this model the Japanese company meets all the achievements of its most advanced terminals such as design and water resistance, and complete with a screen of 6.44 inches.

Nokia is betting on the same design language which we know from other models of the Lumia range. It is a solid appearance, where Color is the protagonist and gives it a twist. Their combined curved and straight forms and mainly emphasizes strength of its construction, as it is made from a single piece of polycarbonate. In this case the device is very large and therefore their weight exceeds 200 grams, like its opponent.

Sony also continues to promote a line design appropriate to its range Xperia, but in this case select more sophisticated materials such as the glass to the outside and the aluminum frame and some details like the power button. The shape of the Xperia Z Ultra is more elongated and its corners are not as rounded by what the subject is not so comfortable. Before closing the section of the design include Sony has equipped this model with the known resistance to water, but in this case up the ante with IP58 certification, which allows dives continued for an indefinite time.

The screen is the star of any smartphone, but in this case even more because its size is exaggerated. Anyone buying a mobile six inches and is willing to sacrifice the functionality it offers a more manageable terminal, surely requires a screen that offers the best images. The Nokia Lumia 1520 display has a six-inch IPS LCD and resolution FullHD, resulting in a density of 368 ppi. Besides the obvious sharpness, the manufacturer adds the system ClearBlack improves contrast and makes it look good even with direct sunlight. It also has a system of improving sensitivity that allows the terminal to handle with gloves and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.


The screen of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is even broader, namely 6.44 inches diagonally and has the same resolution fullHD, hence the low density 342 dpi. Just as your opponent, this model also has a number of systems that improve the image as Triluminos technology that optimizes color or the X-Reality engine that processes all the images and the improvement to create the best possible viewing. The Xperia Z Ultra allows the use of a touch pointer on its surface, but also records gestures made with conventional pencil or ballpoint metal tip.

Both manufacturers often bet heavily in the photographic field, but here Nokia has gone further with PureView 20 megapixel camera included in the Nokia Lumia 1520. Apart from having a backlit sensor large (1/2.5 inches), comes equipped with a Carl Zeiss lens high quality, Dual LED flash that covers up to 3 meters and optical stabilizer for optimizing low-light shooting eliminating tremors and Videos. High resolution sensor allows expansion without loss (x2) we know from other terminals as the Lumia 1020, but also offers a host of control options thanks to the Nokia Camera application even lets you adjust the exposure manually.

Sony has a built-in RS Exmor sensor of eight Megapixels in its tablet phone, an advanced technology that minimise the noise and a good result with low light. Among its most prominent features is the approach to object tracking and Superior Auto mode which automatically detects scenes and sets the optimal parameters to get the best result. Also records full HD video and front camera is two megapixels of resolution.

Both Nokia and Sony have a range of multimedia services that offer exciting entertainment offerings to their customers. Nokia application has Nokia Music with Mix Radio offers a very extensive catalog of music to listen to free streaming. In this particular case include the presence of four microphones to get a richer audio recording. Meanwhile Sony offers PlayStation certified suite and Sony Entertainment Network where you can access infinite number of audiovisual content. Both have FM radio tuner.

The point of power is a clear tie to have the same processor, Snapdragon 800 to 2.2 gigahertz frequency and two GB of RAM. However at this point it should be noted that the operating system of Nokia Lumia 1520 works very smooth even with less powerful chips, so here plays with an edge. The Lumia 1520 Lead in memory to provide a background of 32 Gb, while the Sony Xperia Z Ultra stays at 16 Gb Both include an expansion slot for cards microSD, which can reach 64 GB maximum.

The operating system is a crucial aspect, even the internal components of each terminal. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra goes standard with Android, Google mobile system that can claim to be the most versatile systems first line, besides being the most widespread. The advantage of this system is that being open source the user has much more freedom to customize or also when installing different applications. Speaking of apps, the Android ecosystem is one of the most extensive with no less than one million applications available.

Google has greatly improved the user experience with the latest versions, however Android system can be a bit complex for users seeking simplicity to sum them all and these both have many applications. At this point Windows Phone 8, the operating system of Nokia Lumia 1520, can be an excellent choice because it offers a more orderly structure, in which everything is integrated and makes it possible to perform an action in a few touches. The downside is that the app store is not as extensive, but it has the most demanding applications and is integrated with the most popular social networks.


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