Anyways during the 1st week of usage I really enjoyed using this phone as I’ve used the rival HTC Titan 1 before and that was my 1st use of Windows Phone 7. WP7 is a full featured mobile OS with a lots of potential. Right now I think their not there yet but in the right position to succeed if all goes well with the scheduled promising update of Windows Phone 8 Apollo.
After the 1st week I really wanted to test this phone and challenge its capabilities. Good thing I was eligible for an upgrade on one of my AT&T lines. So I decided to get the latest AT&T Android Flagship device the HTC One X which also has an 8MP Camera compare to the Lumia 900 and also has the same Polycarbonate material wrap around the phone.
Now I have been taking amazing outdoor photos using both phones around NYC. All I can tell you is these two phones can take amazing shots. But there has to be a winner right?
For me the winner is the HTC One X.. Why? The photos really look good on the phone’s screen. While they look a little dull/low lighted/greyish on the Lumia900.
I was a little confused about this.. I mean I’m rockin a Carl Zeiss lens on the Lumia 900. How can this happened? So I asked Lenny our Editor in Chief here at NokiaInnovation and he tells me..
He believes the HTC One X has an amazing screen to view pictures, but don’t let the beautiful scree fool you. So I decided to put it to test and extract the photos from the phones and let you readers decide and tell me which 8MP camera takes the better photo.
Nokia Lumia 900 1st then HTC One X
So which photos looks better? The ones that are taken by the Lumia 900 or the ones taken by the HTC One X?
In my opinion.. When I extracted them from the phones my choice suddenly changed to the Lumia 900 and Let me tell you why.
The Lumia 900 photos to me looks darker but they look real, colors look real.
The HTC One X photos to me looks brighter but kind of saturated color.
I am no Professional Photo critic.. Just an opinion on what I see.. Let us know your opinion..
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