Weekend Read: Lumia 820 vs Lumia 720 imaging comparison!!

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Nokia UK’s official fan site NokNok.tv has posted an extensive imaging comparison between mid-rangers Lumia 720 and Lumia 820. While Lumia 720 has got much attention due to its largest f/1.9 aperture camera seen on a Lumia, Lumia 820 camera also was reviewed as a solid performer when it was launched. But Lumia 820 can’t boast of equal low-light imaging prowess as of Lumia 720 which is second best to only Lumia 920. But what happens when both are compared in many varying image capture conditions. You can go and check the full comparison by clicking source link below.

To us Lumia 820 images looks sharper in daylight while Lumia 720 looks better when light is insufficient (Check the images above). Though Lumia 720 looks to produce colors closer to reality, a trademark of Nokia’s top camera phones, Lumia 820 gives bit over saturated colors, but again captures more details.

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Close up settings

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About Kamal

Blogging is my major hobby. Huge Nokia fan and have been using mostly Nokia phones since my first one. Hope you have a great reading time on this blog!! Be in touch @nokiapoweruser on Twitter.

One comment

  1. Jurjen

    I think the opposite. At the first foto, the Lumia 720 seems sharper, there is more depth in the picture, the colors are brighter, and the L820 seems to have interference from the white off the radiator. The second and last foto the L720 is definitaly a winner. It’s sharper, brighter, and “color accurater”.

    The L820 seems to have a yellowish glance about it, the colors are just not right, and very undersaturated.

    Thanks for the comparison!

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