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iPhone 5s vs Lumia 1020

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    Ian2

     

     

     

    FeatureNokia Lumia 1020Apple iPhone
    Dimensions
    • Height: 130.4 mm
    • Width: 71.4 mm
    • Thickness: 10.4 mm
    • Weight: 158 g
    • Height: 23.8 mm
    • Width: 58.6 mm
    • Thickness: 7.6 mm
    • Weight:  112 grams
    CPUQualcomm Snapdragon™ S4A7 chip with 64-bit architecture
    Network SupportUp to 4G LTEUp to 4G LTE
    Location Chips
    • Magnetometer
    • A-GPS
    • A-GLONASS
    • Barometer
    • Assisted GPS and GLONASS
    • Digital compass
    • Wi-Fi
    • Cellular
    Finger Print SensorNoYes, TouchID
    NFCYesNo
    Display
    • Display size: 4.5 "
    • Display resolution: WXGA (1280 x 768)
    • Display features: PureMotion HD+, Brightness control, High brightness mode, Refresh rate 60 Hz, Sculpted glass, Easy to clean, Nokia Glance screen, Lumia Color profile, Wide viewing angle, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Sunlight readability enhancements
    • Display colors: TrueColor (24-bit/16M)
    • Aspect ratio: 15:9
    • Pixel density: 334 ppi
    • Display technology: ClearBlack, AMOLED
    • Touch screen technology: Super sensitive touch
    • Retina display
    • 4-inch (diagonal) widescreen Multi-Touch display
    • 800:1 contrast ratio (typical)
    • 500 cd/m2 max brightness (typical)
    • 1136-by-640-pixel resolution at 326 ppi
    • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating on front
    Camera and Features
    • Main camera sensor: 41 MP, PureView
    • Main camera focus type: Auto focus
    • Carl Zeiss Tessar lens: Yes
    • Sensor size: 1/1.5 inch
    • Main camera f-number/aperture: f/2.2
    • Camera focal length: 26 mm
    • Camera minimum focus range: 15 cm
    • Camera image formats: JPEG
    • Flash type: Xenon flash
    • Flash operating range: 4.0 m
    • Flash modes: Off, Automatic, On
    • Main camera – other features: Optical image stabilization, PureView, Backside-illuminated image sensor, 6-lens optics, High resolution zoom 3x
    • Digital camera add-ons: Nokia Smart Camera, Cinemagraph lens, Panorama lens, Bing vision, PhotoBeamer, Creative Studio, Nokia Glam Me, Nokia Pro Camera
    • 8 megapixels with 1.5µ pixels
    • ƒ/2.2 aperture
    • Sapphire crystal lens cover
    • True Tone flash
    • Backside illumination sensor
    • Five-element lens
    • Hybrid IR filter
    • Autofocus
    • Tap to focus
    • Face detection
    • Panorama
    • Burst mode
    • Photo geotagging
    Video Camera Features
    • Camera video resolution: 1080p (Full HD, 1920 x 1080)
    • Camera video frame rate: 30 fps
    • Camera video zoom: 6 x
    • Video playback frame rate: 30 fps
    • Video white balance modes: Cloudy, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Automatic, Daylight
    • Video recording features: Stereo Audio Recording, Video light, Video zoom, Optical image stabilization, Continuous autofocus
    • 1080p HD video recording
    • 30 fps
    • True Tone flash
    • Slo-mo video
    • Improved video stabilization
    • Take still photo while recording video
    • Face detection
    • 3x zoom
    • Video geotagging
    Secondary Camera
    • Secondary camera resolution: 1280 x 960 pixels
    • Secondary camera f-number/aperture: f/2.4 ,
    • HD 1.2 MP wide angle
    • Secondary video camera resolution: 720p (HD, 1280 x 720)
    • 1.2MP photos (1280 by 960)
    • 720p HD video recording
    • Backside illumination sensor
    Video Calling/Audio calling over Internet/3GSkypeFaceTime
    Bluetooth3.04.0
    Battery life
    • Battery model: BV-5XW
    • Battery capacity: 2000 mAh
    • Battery voltage: 3.8 V
    • Removable battery: No
    • Maximum standby time: 16 days
    • Maximum talk time (2G): 19.1 h
    • Maximum talk time (3G): 13.3 h
    • Maximum music playback time: 63 h
    • Video playback time: 6.8 h
    • Maximum Wi-Fi network browsing time: 6.7 h
    • Wireless charging: Yes, with accessory cover
    • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    • Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter
    • Talk time: Up to 10 hours on 3G
    • Standby time: Up to 250 hours
    • Internet use: Up to 8 hours on 3G, up to 10 hours on LTE, up to 10 hours on Wi-Fi
    • Video playback: Up to 10 hours
    • Audio playback: Up to 40 hours
    Sensors
    • Ambient light sensor
    • Accelerometer,
    • Barometer,
    • Gyroscope,
    • Proximity sensor,
    • Magnetometer
    • Three-axis gyro
    • Accelerometer
    • Proximity sensor
    • Ambient light sensor
    • Fingerprint identity sensor
    Built-in Apps
    • HERE Suite (HERE Maps, HERE Drive, HERE CityLens, HERE Transit)
    • Messages
    • Camera
    • Wallet
    • Camera
    • Reminders
    • OneNote (Both text and voice memos)
    • Phone
    • Videos
    • Weather
    • Skype
    • Windows Phone Store
    • Xbox Music
    • Xbox Games
    • Calculator
    • Internet Explorer
    • Calender
    • Contacts
    • Mail
    • Nokia Music
    • Nokia Xpress
    • Maps
    • Messages
    • Camera
    • Passbook
    • Camera
    • Reminders
    • Notes
    • Phone
    • Videos
    • Weather
    • Facetime
    • iTunes Store
    • Stocks
    • Music
    • Game Center
    • Calculator
    • Safari
    • Calender
    • Voice Memos
    • App Store
    • Contacts
    • Mail
    • Newsstand
    1st party free apps
    • Photos
    • Nokia Video Trimmer
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft Excel
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Nokia Trailers
    • Find My Phone
    • Photosynth
    • Bing News
    • Bing Finance
    • Bing Sports
    • Bing Weather
    • Nokia NFC Writer
    • Nokia Ringtone Maker and lots more.
    • iPhoto
    • iMovie
    • KeyNote
    • Pages
    • Numbers
    • iBooks
    • iTunes U
    • iTunes Festival
    • Podcasts
    • Trailers
    • Find My iPhone
    • Remote
    • Find my Friends
    Cloud SolutionSkyDriveiCloud
    SimMicro-simNano-sim
    Charging portMicro-USBLightning

     

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    blowdart

    New from Apple, the world's largest fingerprint database for law enforcement ...

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    evildictait​or

    @blowdart: I don't know. The size of the database that US Customs has from people scanning their fingers as they enter the US must be pretty big.

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    Icthiodrak

    I have a feeling that the fingerprint reader is just going to be an easy way for jealous wives/girlfriends/husbands/boyfriends to access their significant other's phone while they are sleeping.  Seems more of a gimmick than really useful.  Other phones have had it in the past and it didn't really take off because the scan can be flakey so it ends up being slower than entering a PIN.

    I can use my Lumia with gloves on so I can unlock it with a PIN.  A fingerprint read will never work with gloves on. 

    There is also no way the 5S camera can compare to the 1020 so comparing these two phones is a little pointless.  One is a camera phone and the other is a phone with a camera. Wink

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    elmer

    So, now as well as my tin-foil hat, I also need to keep my latex gloves on ?

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    blowdart

    , evildictait​or wrote

    @blowdart: I don't know. The size of the database that US Customs has from people scanning their fingers as they enter the US must be pretty big.

    Yea, but that never happened to US citizens ....

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    OrigamiCar

    Going off at a tangent for a moment - want to hear a (non) funny story about fingerprinting at the border?


    One of my friends was returning to the US after a trip home to England. Like me, she's an expat Brit with a Green Card and has lived in this country for 13 years. Even though she's a Green Card holder, she gets finger printed at the border each time.
    As sometimes happens, the machine wasn't reading her fingerprints properly - so the immigration officer said to her that she had one more attempt and if it didn't work, then they would refuse her entry. Never mind that it was a technology breakdown, as far as the officer was concerned, it was her fault because their system was unable to read her fingerprints.
    Scary enough if you're just visiting, but if all you are doing is trying to return home, to the place where you moved your whole life 13 years ago, where you own a house and have a family then it's even worse.
    It does make me wonder what would have actually happened if the final attempt had failed - I'm sure common sense would have prevailed, but some of those Immigration officers are definitely on a power trip and it wouldn't have surprised me if she hadn't been detained for a few hours - or worse... Perplexed

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    dahat

    , blowdart wrote

    *snip*

    Yea, but that never happened to US citizens ....

    There are plenty of other ways they get the fingerprints of US citizens in to the system.

    Some states also require full fingerprinting to get other state trade licenses (say an insurance agent in California or a child care provider in Delaware (two name two requirements that were easily discoverable), others to some degree just to get a drivers license (California, Colorado, Georgia, and Texas).

    Personally my fingerprints are personally on file in two different states as a condition of getting a concealed weapons permit.

    Edit: Btw... the iPhone is only 23.8 mm in height? How could you ever read such a thing?!

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    Ray7

    , blowdart wrote

    New from Apple, the world's largest fingerprint database for law enforcement ...

    News actually from Apple: The fingerprint reading never leaves the phone. 

    It should be pretty easy to check:

    If it does, hackers will find it.

    If it doesn't then the government will want to know why.

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    cheong

    Out of the many features that I don't care, the "Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating on front" line does appeal to me.

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    spivonious

    , evildictait​or wrote

    @blowdart: I don't know. The size of the database that US Customs has from people scanning their fingers as they enter the US must be pretty big.

    Where do they do this? I just travelled to Europe last year and didn't have any fingerprint scan when reentering the U.S.

     

     

    The iPhone 5S was pretty lame. Basically an iPhone 5 with a faster CPU.

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    Sven Groot

    @spivonious: They do that for any non-US citizen entering the US, not for US citizens. It's supposed to protect against terrorists somehow I suppose. I don't think it accomplishes much.

    Of course, when I applied for my work visa for the US I also had to have my fingerprints taken, and then when I was called back to the counter five minutes later for my visa interview (which lasted all of 2 minutes) they verified the prints again. Just in case I had swapped places with my identical twin while inside the Consulate waiting room, I guess. Perplexed

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    spivonious

    , Sven Groot wrote

    @spivonious: They do that for any non-US citizen entering the US, not for US citizens. It's supposed to protect against terrorists somehow I suppose. I don't think it accomplishes much.

    Of course, when I applied for my work visa for the US I also had to have my fingerprints taken, and then when I was called back to the counter five minutes later for my visa interview (which lasted all of 2 minutes) they verified the prints again. Just in case I had swapped places with my identical twin while inside the Consulate waiting room, I guess. Perplexed

    Go bureaucracy!

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    kettch

    @cheong: The only problem with the oleophobic coating is that it's not as tough as bare gorilla glass. The phones that I've had with the stuff ended up with lots of little scratches from every day use. The ones without it have looked as good when they were retired as the day I go them.

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    MasterPi

    , Icthiodrak wrote

    I have a feeling that the fingerprint reader is just going to be an easy way for jealous wives/girlfriends/husbands/boyfriends to access their significant other's phone while they are sleeping. 

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    GoddersUK

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    kettch

    @GoddersUK: I liked the one from Nokia UK's twitter account

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