Nokia 5800 VS iphone

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is the first phone to feature a touchscreen while running on a Symbian S60 operating system. This is the new S60 5th Edition. Otherwise it is a mid-level phone featuring 3.2-inch 640×360 pixels display, 3.2MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5 G and 3.5mm jack.

Apple iPhone 3G adds support of 3G HSDPA fast data and GPS. It has the same screen, camera, OS and memory (8 or 16GB) as the first one, and almost the same design but now will accept any 3.5mm headphones. It will run on the new software version which support third party application.





Feature Nokia 5800 Apple iPhone 3G



Touch user interface optimised for
one-hand use with tactile feedback two-hand usage, multitouch


Screen 640 x 360 pixels (nHD) 480-by-320-pixel resolution at 163 ppi



Keys and input method

Stylus, finger and hand-writing
finger



voice commands


E-mail
plain text (IMAP, POP, SMTP, Mail for Exchange)


HTML (IMAP, POP, SMTP, Mail for Exchange)


Web browsing

HTML, XHTML, WML, Javascript, Flash



HTML, XHTML, WML, Javascript, no Flash


GPS



free maps on the phone, voice navigation (optional), walk mode

online maps only


Photo

3.2 MP, Carl Zeiss, dual LED flash
2 MP


Video

640×480, 30 fps, front camera for calls

no video, no front camera




Music and audio playback
stereo FM radio,


3.5mm jack, direct music store, not so easy sync



easy sync, PC/Mac for music store




Ringtones



mp3, video, lot of built-in




crappy built-in, more available to purchase


Power

2G talk 8.8h, 3G talk 5h, standby 400h


2G talk 10h, 3G talk 5h, standby 300h




Browsing time


3.4h


5h




Video playback time

5h

7h



Music playback


35h


24h



Memory

8-16 GB, hot swap

8, 16GB



Bluetooth





v2.0, tethering, sending files, vCard, A2DP (stereo sound), AVRCP (remote control)


v2.0, mono, no tethering, no sending files



Call extras



caller name said during ring, video call



Loudspeaker


stereo, very good (says Nokia)

okay


Personalisation
profiles, themes, ring tones
profiles


Software

active standby with calendar, todo etc.


passive standby with photo



photo and video editor photo editor



Colors

Red, blue, black

white, black




Connectors


MicroSD, TV Out

1 comments:

troxs said...

wow..
i hope my friend who die-hard-fan of iPhone will change her mind.
Nokia is better.
;p

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