Nokia has launched N9. Here we are comparing Nokia N9 to its most closest Android competitor Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S2. We have already told you much about Samsung Galaxy S2, the most looked after Android Smartphone. Galaxy SII is a Android 2.3 Gingerbread Smartphone while Nokia N9 is a MeeGo 1.2 based Smartphone. ( Both Android and MeeGo are Linux modes. Android is developed by Google while MeeGo is developed by Intel ).
Galaxy SII has 4.3 inches large capacitive touch screen while N9 has smaller screen i.e 3.9 inches capacitive screen. Besides galaxy S2 has super AMOLED screen Nokia N9 has AMOLED screen.
The N9 looks unique, there really isn’t anything else quite like it. Nokia may have had its ups and downs but one thing remains: the company certainly does know how to produce an eye catching handset and this latest proves it hasn’t lost its touch.
Nokia has pushed the phone display to the very limits. There’s barely anything between the edge of the phone and the edge of the screen, just a thin strip of colored bodywork – and the whole thing is contoured marvelously.
The lines of the phone are echoed by the curved glass screen which bulges ever so slightly out of the handset. It’s extremely angular, the corners are sharp and it is essentially just a crude rectangle, but the fit and finish, and the way in which the screen pushes itself towards you offers great contrast.
The whole thing is very startling but strangely appealing. The Galaxy S2 is something of a logical progression from the Galaxy S, being in turn inspired by the iPhone, the format is the same glass-topped slab but Samsung has stripped things down and made it as thin and light as possible. Although in order to achieve this the composition has changed from mainly metal to predominantly plastic. The build quality is still decent enough and the end result is a very flattering profile we can’t help but love. Both phones are nice to look at, however, we feel we have to reward the bravery Nokia has shown by putting out such a wild looking handset and vote the N9 as the winner here.
Another point to find is the way how these two devices can handle online connections. The N9 uses support for HTML5 connections. It also works with a series of different social media applications through the Events menu on the device. The Accounts system also uses assistance with getting a person to be logged into proper accounts when online. The N9 can also handle 3G connections on select models, thus giving it access to the best possible mobile speeds.
The Galaxy S2 uses Wi-Fi support to help with getting the device to connect with other wireless devices. This makes it easier for the Galaxy S2 to do things online. The AllShare feature is great in that it uses wireless support for playing things on the Galaxy S2 on a television set, audio system or computer monitor.
Both devices have 8 megapixel camera features. They can also record high-definition video files. The big difference between the two involves how they can share their materials. The N9 can take photos and videos and get them shared immediately on YouTube and Flickr among other sites. The interface on the Galaxy S2 does work with more control over the recording process though.
The processors on these phones are also different. The Nokia N9 uses a 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor. The Samsung Galaxy S2 uses a dual core XMM6260 processor at 1.2 GHz. Both devices will still use 1 GB of RAM.
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