Touchscreen multimedia computers comparison
Many have tried to explain why the Apple iPhone sucks and many have defended the device or exhibited their fanaticism for Apple’s handset. Now, it’s up for Nokia 5800 XpressMusic to outrun the iPhone. Tube5800.com revealed 20 reasons why Nokia 5800 is better than Apple iPhone 3G:
– Apple’s phone is bulkier and heavier than the Nokia 5800 and its 480 x 320 resolution pales in comparison with the 640 x 360 supported by 5800’s display.
-In the case of storage space, iPhone 3G is available in 8 and 16 (soon 32) GB versions, while the Nokia handset uses a microSD card slot, allowing you to expand its memory according to your needs (8 or 16GB).
– iPhone is all about finger touch, while Nokia 5800 supports the use of a stylus, plectrum, finger and there’s even handwriting recognition.
-The next major flaw of Apple’s handset actually includes its lacks and bugs, like the missing cut and paste function, the ability to save email attachments, lack of support for third party headphones, ringtones and apps. Nokia’s phone doesn’t have to worry about these…
– In the battery segment, Nokia Tube device shines once again, offering 30% more battery life than the iPhone and a removable unit.
– 3.2 megapixel versus Apple’s 2 megapixels, no flash, no zoom, no native video call and no video recording. Three other quite useful functions are lacking from the iPhone, voice dialing, voice recording and FM radio, but they’re available on 5800, rest assured.
– The music service one uses to get his favorite tunes involves paying, if you’re an iTunes customer, while Nokia offers one year of free music downloads. Clear win! Finally, we must mention that the iPhone’s browser (Safari) doesn’t support Flash, while the Nokia webkit-based browser does (Flash Lite).
– what really hurts is the lack of Bluetooth file sharing on Apple’s device, not enough messaging options, a too high price for the unlocked handset and Nokia’s huge experience as arguments to give the Finns this win