Video: Speed and Screen test, Nokia Lumia 920 vs Samsung Galaxy SIII (Lumia wins)

| November 20, 2012 | 11 Replies



In this next video, the Nokia Lumia 920 is compared with the SGSIII in terms of speed. I’ve not played with the SGSIII for long but I already noticed that some operations take a lot longer than they should (for a quadcore powered device). Lumia seems to be more responsive?



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  • Bloob

    Doesn’t matter if I can’t buy it. 🙂

    • Viipottaja

      Well, it being so fast you will make up the wait time soon enough! 🙂

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  • eds

    Damn right it’s not sold on TMO USA so no big deal for me !

  • Well, I haven’t seen the video but in my experience jb improves responses but Android in general always feels bottlenecked.

    writing this with my Lumia 920 text editing in this thing is awesome

  • jefferyleo

    Got english version? @.@”

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  • Is it just me, or are reviewers not very keen on comparing the 920 to the top Android and iphone 5? Only found one video in German, i think, which compares the iphone and 920 browser speeds, and most of the time the 920 was faster.
    Back when it was Symbian, reviewers couldn’t wait to show the world how much quicker the other phones were

  • Weirdfisher

    some games on lumia 920 are not HD version but only WVGA

  • JGrove303

    I love how even in this guy’s video, you can see how much clearer the text is on the 920 and the difference the PureMotion HD+ makes with its lack of blur and ghosting.