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How Nokia N78 is smarter than Samsung G600

Samsung G600 launched in July 2007 with some great features like a 5MP camera and a good media player. After Nokia also released some N series phones like Nokia N96, Nokia N95 8GB and others which won praise everywhere. This February 2008 they have added another model to their kitty, the Nokia N78 that surpasses the Samsung G600.

It is true that Samsung G600 is a 2G phone and has no competition with Nokia N series phones. This article highlights how Nokia N78 despite having a low MP camera, 3.15 MP camera has other great features for make it a complete gadget for everyone. Let’s first find out the features of Nokia N78 and then see where the G600 lacks. If Samsung had been a little careful to introduce some features to this phone, it could have been a desirable phone.

Nokia N78 is a quad band phone that has 3G HSDPA support for high speed download and upload and Wi-Fi Internet connectivity. The 102 g weight phone with 2.4 inches TFT 16M color screen has a 3.15 MP Carl Zeiss lens camera with flash, autofocus and video recording (VGA 15fps). There is a secondary video call camera.

The phone book has literally unlimited entries and 70MB internal memory and card slot for memory extension. It has EDGE, GPRS, HSCSD, and Wi-Fi. Nokia N78 is equipped with Bluetooth and USB port. The media player is quite powerful to play files like MP3, MP4, eAAC +, AAC, and WMA. It has A-GPS, document viewer, stereo FM radio, voice command / dial, FM transmitter, photo and video editor and talk time of 4 ½ hours.

Samsung G600 is also a very good Samsung creation with some wonderful features like internal 55MB, card slot, EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth, USB port, WAP browser, document viewer, 5 MP camera with image stabilizer, autofocus. , stereo FM radio, integrated hands-free, TV-out and powerful multimedia player. But the phone lacks Wi-Fi technology, has no 3G, voice command, GPS receiver, and has a talk time of only 3 hours. If the manufacturer could have taken care of these features in the G600, it could have been equivalent to the Nokia N78.

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