Ben ‘@BenthePCguy’ is back with yet another comparison of a Windows Phone device against one from a competing platform. This time, it’s the indomitable Nokia Lumia 920 taking on Android’s finest, the Samsung Galaxy S3 in a video stabilization shoot-out.
As per usual, Rudolph challenges the concerned person to pit their phone against his and offers them a trade-up when their hapless device is trounced by the Lumia 920 in the particular comparison.
The last time we saw Rudolph carry out a similar comparison, it was for an official TV commercial that was aired on ESPN and CBS throughout the men’s and women’s NCAA tournament which runs from the 21st to the 31st of March. We aren’t sure as to whether this ad will find it’s way to the small screen or will be one of the many online digital adverts.
Here’s what the caption reads:
Do you take pictures and video with your smartphone? See what happens when we put Shalini’s Samsung Galaxy S3 up against Ben’s Nokia Lumia 920 to find out which smartphone records the best video—even while you’re moving. The Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone has PureView camera technology with Optical Image Stabilization and a Carl Zeiss lens. That means you’ll capture blur-free pictures and videos—even if your hand is shaky or you’re in low-light conditions. And with the new Windows Phone, you can point, shoot, and share in an instant. Because your Windows Phone has an easy-to-use, dedicated camera button that lets you take pictures and videos on the spot, even when your phone is locked. Plus, no phone lets you post pictures faster to Facebook because you don’t need to jump from your camera to an app to share.