Nokia’s Lumia 920 has a great deal of appealing features to offer when compared to Apple’s iPhone 5, the Finnish mobile phone maker suggests, and it seems that it is not wrong, at least in some respects.
When it comes to taking advantage of 4G LTE networks, the new flagship Lumia handset is far better than the Apple iPhone 5.
The handset – along with its smaller sibling, Lumia 820 – can connect to over 20 LTE networks in Europe, Strategy Analytics notes, cited by Bloomberg.
Compared to it, Apple’s iPhone 5 offers support only for two 4G mobile services, namely that of Deutsche Telekom AG in Germany and EE in the UK.
With 4G LTE networks becoming increasingly popular all around the world, Nokia has a great advantage over Apple at the moment, though it remains to be seen whether it will manage to cash in on it.