A few days ago Microsoft announced the arrival of Windows Phone 8.1, the latest release of its mobile operating system that has a fairly extensive package of news. As it could not be otherwise, in Nokia took the same event to introduce new models of the Lumia range to debut these improvements. The new top of range of Nordic company is none other than the Nokia Lumia 930. With this model they finally leverage GDR3 update enhancements without going to the tablet phones segment. The terminal has a five-inch FullHD display, processor quad core and a camera PureView very complete. Inevitably, it is compared to the Nokia Lumia 920, its predecessor, to see how much it has improved Nokia this new generation.
The Nokia Lumia 930 takes full advantage brought updating GDR3, and one of them is the possibility of including higher resolution displays. In this case we speak on a panel OLED with diagonal five inches and resolution FullHD 1080p, so the density is 441 ppi. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a panel IPS 4.5 inches and resolution 1280 x 768 pixels, with a density of 332 ppi. Both screens come with technology ClearBlack, which improves visibility under sunlight and increases contrast, deeper blacks playing. They also have a refresh rate of 60 Hz, a sheet of glass resistant Corning Gorilla 3 and enhance sensitivity which allows handling with gloves on.
Nokia continues to maintain a consistent design line in its product range but are changing the appearance slowly-which is appreciated that other brands do not know or will not do. The Nokia Lumia 930 launches suit, maintaining a polycarbonate back cover, but with an aluminum frame around. This part gives a stylish look and increases the strength of the assembly. The terminal is available in various colors (orange, green, black and white) and is thinner and lighter than the Nokia Lumia 920. The old model is made from a single piece of polycarbonate, also very durable, and its corners are straight. It is available in various colors with gloss finish (black, white, gray, red and yellow).
For Nokia the camera is a key point in its products and in this case it shows that interest in this piece is growing. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a camera of 8.7 megapixels with technology PureView. This term refers to a combination of features that get the camera to capture clear images in low light and videos without tremors violent. It has a Carl Zeiss lens, LED flash and high power optical stabilizer ratio. Also FullHD video recording and has a front camera that takes pictures of 1280 x 960 pixels. The company has invested heavily in the new Nokia Lumia 930, including a 20 megapixel sensor PureView also features Carl Zeiss lens, dual flash, optical stabilizer, video recording in full HD and the same front camera.
Nokia completes these powerful cameras with the lenses, which are applications that are integrated into the camera interface and allow us to create interesting effects. Among the range of functions is Refocus Nokia, Nokia Camera, Nokia Smart Cam, Panorama, Cinemagraph and Nokia Glam Me among others. On the other hand both come with a host of multimedia features as standard Nokia Music with Mix Radio tuner and FM radio.
The power is one of the points that have improved with respect to these two smartphones. The Nokia Lumia 920 features a dual-core Snapdragon S4 (1.5 GHz) and 1 GB of RAM. Meanwhile the Nokia Lumia 930 comes with a Snapdragon 800, one quad-core architecture with Krait 400 operating at 2 2 GHz and also has 2 GB of RAM. The difference is clear, but it is noteworthy that Windows Phone is a very fluid platform and Nokia Lumia 920 can move the system without any problem or slowdown.
Both models feature a background of 32 Gb capacity, a rather high figure that will allow us to save a lot of files, but be careful because it can not be expanded with memory cards. What we do offer is 7 Free OneDrive Gb in the cloud formerly known as Microsoft SkyDrive.
The operating system is, at present, the most notable difference is that the Nokia Lumia 920 features Windows Phone 8 Nokia Lumia 930 and goes as standard with Windows Phone 8.1. However the company has already announced that it will be updated to the Lumia 920, so they will be tied soon. Advantages of Windows Phone 8.1 include voice assistant Cortana, the new Notification Center, improved app of the camera, Internet Explorer 11, option to put wallpapers, three columns of Live Tiles and security among other things.
The two terminals have an extensive list of available connections, starting with the standard LTE allowing them to surf networks 4G speeds that can reach 100 Mbps. they are also compatible with networks 3G and WiFi, but in this case the Nokia Lumia 930 Lead by offering 42 Mbps wireless speed and port WiFi supports more frequencies. Following the listing of connections we find the standard WiFi Hotspot, DLNA, a chip NFC, Bluetooth, satellite Glonass GPS, microUSB 2.0 and plug headphones.
The Nokia Lumia 920 has a battery of 2,000 milliamps which offers a range of 16 days at rest and between 17 to 10 hours in use, depending on whether the 3G connection is used. It also has option to wireless charging with special accessories. Furthermore, the Nokia Lumia 930 has a lithium 2.420 milliamperes enduring 18 days at rest and between 11,5-15,5 hours in use, or conversation.