More and more smartphones that offer a complete technical profile at reasonable prices, the combination you are looking for the most users. Although high-end all flashes are carried, the intermediate range is usually about all manufacturers underpin its catalog. Motorola presented its proposal in this line recently with Motorola Moto E, a terminal with all necessary amenities, Android 4.4 KitKat standard and a price only 120 euros in free format.
Windows Phone is a younger platform, but the mid-range options are very interesting, especially featuring Nokia. The Finnish company announced in early April, the Nokia Lumia 630, the new mid-range smartphone that premiered with Windows Phone 8.1. This model also features a comprehensive data sheet and it appears that its price will be very tight. If you’re considering a mid-range make these two proposals to consider, analyze their main differences.
We started with the Motorola Moto E, which has a screen of 4.3 inches with resolution qHD, or what are the same 960 x 540 pixels. The density of the panel is 256 ppi, it has an anti – fingerprint cover and is protected by a glass Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The Nokia Lumia 630 raises the bar in size to 4.5 inches, but the low resolution 845 x 480 pixels, so also low density of 221 per. However compensates for this deficiency, including ClearBlack technology, which increases the contrast, reproducing deeper blacks and also improves visibility outdoors. The screen of this model can increase the sensitivity so that we can use if we take gloves posts.
The design of the Motorola Moto E is quite classic, with rounded corners and edges, but despite having a smaller screen, its dimensions are almost the same. The device is quite thick, which is why the weight is higher. Motorola offers a series of interchangeable covers to change the style of the terminal and they are splash resistant (no diving). The Nokia Lumia 630 has better finishes, with a cover of polycarbonate with rounded shapes and a lower thickness. The screen is tied at the edges and thus gets a more compact surface. The terminal is also available in several colors.
The two terminals are banking on a very similar level camera from a technical point of view, but the Nokia Lumia 630 forwards positions by integrating unique features. The two have a sensor five megapixels, which allows them to produce images of 2,592 x 1,944 pixels. At this size you can see the photos on a much bigger screen and even print with good quality. However, none of them has LED flash, so the camera use will be limited to situations where there is good lighting.
They also have autofocus, geo-tagging and face detector. The Motorola Moto E recorded videos as FWVGA (854 x 480 pixels), while the Nokia Lumia 630 raises the bar and records video in HD720p (1,280 x 720 pixels). As mentioned, the terminal of Espoo has a package functions very interesting integrated, which includes applications like Camera Nokia, or Nokia Refocus Cinemagraph. It also has photo album Nokia StoryTeller that organizes images by date and location for easier to find. Although working with different platforms, both models are able to reproduce a variety of formats and media also have tuner FM radio. The Nokia Lumia 630 also integrates suite Nokia Music with Mix Radio.
The Nokia Lumia 630 also comes forward in power with processor Snapdragon 400. This is a chip quad core that runs at 1.2 Ghz, but it falls far short of memory RAM, which is 512 Mb. The Motorola Moto E has a dual-core Snapdragon 200 operating at 1.2 Ghz, but RAM is 1Gb At this point it should be noted that the system Windows Phone offers a very smooth performance even on terminals with so little RAM the Lumia 630. We continue with the memory, but in this case we refer to the internal capacity. Again, the Nokia Lumia 630 makes so much because it offers 8 GB capacity, expandable to 128 GB additional cards MicroSD. The Motorola Moto E has a fund of 4 GB cards and accepts 32 GB maximum.
The operating system is the aspect that differentiates the two terminals, beyond the technical profile of each. The Motorola Moto E has Android 4.4 KitKat, while the Nokia Lumia 630 features Windows Phone 8.1; both are the latest versions of their respective providers (Google and Microsoft). Android is the most widely used mobile platform in the world and it is no coincidence. It is a system extremely versatile, with endless possibilities when installing new applications, widgets or customizes the system at will. Also everything is integrated with the package of services that Google offers. If we start to look for fault, it is possible that some users find the system a bit confusing, but in the most recent versions has been significantly enhanced user experience.
On the other hand we have a Windows Phone; a much younger platform ecosystem is not as complete applications that have Android. Although other essential titles are, the variety of games and other tools is not as wide. The nice thing about Windows Phone is that it has a very intuitive structure, is easy to use and it goes very fluid. At this point it is best that each user retest before making a decision because, as mentioned, the operating system is the most important point of a smartphone.