If WP7 apps are compatible you have >100,000 to start with. Average quality is better then iOS as WP has no pre-2010 apps (I think WP6.x apps are not compatible)
Geez, who's the blind fanboy now? I haven't seen a single evaluation/review where the camera of the GS3 is found superior to the Lumia 920 (or the iPhone 5, for that matter). Dare you to find one either.Better low light performance in auto mode, thats it. I would put all my money on the SIII over the 920 if you were to let pro photographers compare them. Samsung makes cameras, Nokia doesnt. Big difference.
I setup a Lumia 800 for somebody. Firstly, you have to install less. The 800 comes with a full navi and also MS Office. There is also SkyDrive (7Gb free space). I love the camera OCR translation feature!Have you used a WP7 device? Based on you comments I would say no.
So true! I loved my Lumia 800 but it's camera was abysmal! Having used an N95 in the past I assumed that the camera from a Nokia device would be great. And boy was I mistaken...I'm waiting on the review from the The Verge and other websites I respect. Also maybe some hands on time in a store.My one x camera is noteably inferior for taking photos compared to my 4s. Even HDR shots on the One X are plagued by wrong color saturation or burn out.
Seems like they spent ages on the one X optimising speed and burst mode but forgot that the picture still has to look someway respectable.
The 920 is tempting me seriously at the moment, however after having a Lumia 800 and a Nokia N9 last year, I was very bitterly disappointed with the camera optics in those handsets despite nokia's claims and lab photos that they pushed out at their launches.
For that reason I wait and see 'real human' consumer hands on photos and not Nokia labs shots. Burn me twice shame on you, burn me three times, shame on me...
Yep, that's what am seeing here.Is it just me who thinks the iPhone 5 is the clear winner in this test? The Nokia is adding a ton of artificial light to the picture. This takes away from the setting in which the original photo was shot. The iPhone 5 does an outstanding job of reproducing the scene and lighting. It's the clear winner as far as I'm concerned.