What Mobile Devices have the best specifications for video Recording?

Much to the dismay of technology giants, there are two new handsets in the market that give their much loved market leading products, the iPhone and the iPad, a very convincing and admirable run for their money. If you are looking to purchase one for cheap such as the iPhone then why not look for cheap mobile phone deals with various suppliers.

Despite Apple’s attempts to quash new designs by Samsung at every turn, the best-selling devices finally have serious market contenders in the sleek Samsung Galaxy SIII and the bold Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Experts and consumers alike have spent hours comparing the specifications of the best mobile phones and tablets that these companies have put on the table, and couldn’t help but be impressed by the offerings of Samsung and Nokia.

iPhone 5 vs SGS3 vs Lumia 920

In particular, where video is concerned, the Samsung Galaxy III has some very impressive specifications including 1080p full HD video recording of 30 frames per second (enough to match the iPhone) and a 4.8 inch screen compared to the 4 inch screen of the iPhone. The Nokia Lumia 920 is not to be ignored with its 1080p HD recording with OIS technology, which allows non-shaking ans still video even when your hand is moving!

The Apple iPad, Nokia Lumia 920 and the Galaxy Note II display very similar attributes in the specifications stakes, in particular the resolution and frames per minute which match that of their smaller siblings.

However, the Apple iPad doesn’t have a film director promoting its product.

In preparation for its launch at the end of August 2012, Samsung cleverly commissioned film director Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire and Buena Vista Social Club) to star in a promotional video prior to the release of the Notebook II. The video alludes to the idea that the Notebook II is integral to creativity, innovation and represents the future of multi-media devices.

Nokia doesn’t really need any Celebrity to promote its awesome camera phones as the reviewers and technology give it the upper hand when its comes to Camera Flagship smartphones.

For those of you who wish to rebel against the world domination of Apple and their gimmicky gizmos then the Nokia Lumia 920, 808 Pureview, Samsung Galaxy SIII and the Note II are undoubtedly worthy alternatives that can match the iPhone and iPad in many of its specifications, most importantly, video!

  • http://www.madrasgeek.com Srivathsan G.K

    I have used 808. Indeed awesome quality. Should try out 920 when its launched.

  • http://www.exceltrick.com Excel Man

    I personally feel that Nokia has a better camera quality that many of its rivals. I think Nokia Lumia 920 is going to be the winner.

  • http://www.wstreetstocks.com Brett Wilson

    I’ve always liked the iphone more than the galaxy. Even though it lacks a big screen it just looks more polished.

  • http://www.joomla-developers.com pavanraj

    I m using Samsung galaxy phone. It has a 1080p Full HD video recording & playback. Then recording is 1080p@24~30fps/ and playback is 1080p@30fps. So think this is has a better specification.

  • http://www.animalfacts.lv2lvu.com/ shamvil

    Although Apple iPad, Nokia Lumia 920 and the Galaxy Note II has similar qualities but personally i prefer Nokia for its better lifetime.