The choice of Operating Systems by these manufacturers has also been the same in many cases. Normally you will find them running Android or Windows Mobile OS. Today we make a duel with one participant being the Android powered Samsung Galaxy S2 and the opponent is Windows Mobile powered from HTC phones.
Both are stylish Smartphones that are designed to knock you off your feet with their amazing features and specifications.
The features a 3.8 inch capacitive touch screen based display that offers a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Even though the Samsung Galaxy S2 offers similar screen resolution, it offers a larger 4.2 inch Super Clear LCD capacitive touch screen. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is the clear winner in the display section because it provides a superior visual experience as compared to the Spark.
On the camera front the Spark has a 5 Mega Pixel camera with 720P video recording and LED flash that offers superb performance but the Samsung Galaxy S2 scores here as well as its 8 Mega Pixel rear camera with LED flash offers stunning image capture and even 1080P video recording. The Galaxy S2 also has a front 2 Mega Pixel camera that supports video calling, which is absent in the Spark.
On the connectivity front both phones offer similar options but the Galaxy S2 is slightly ahead in the versions. The HTC has Bluetooth V2.1 whereas the Samsung has Bluetooth 3.0. Both support Wi-Fi technology with DLAN. The HTC has 3G internet access and download speeds of 7.2 Mbps whereas the Galaxy S2 from Samsung cell phones offers up to 21 Mbps speeds.
The Spark is powered by Windows Mobile OS whereas this Samsung Galaxy phone runs on the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. The Android Operating Systems are always ahead of Windows in terms of performance and charge consumption.
The HTC has only internal memory of 8 GB whereas this Samsung Galaxy phone has an expandable Micro SD slot of up to 32GB.
Both the phones have support for all kinds of Smartphone apps like document viewer, push email, GPRS, EDGE, GPS, Voice recognition and JAVA support.
But the USP is the price. The Samsung Galaxy with all its higher specs and features is priced at just Rs 28,500 whereas the retails for around Rs 32,000. So without a doubt the Samsung Galaxy S2 is the clear winner in this duel.