HTC One Mini 2 vs. Nokia Lumia 925 Specs And Price Comparison In Australia

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By Sachin Trivedi | August 19, 2014 11:47 AM EST

For readers who are considering buying the HTC One Mini 2 or the Nokia Lumia 925, here is a specs and price comparison between the two devices in Australia. The comparison could help readers make an informed decision.

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Nokia vice president for industrial design Stefan Pannenbecker holds the Nokia Lumia 925 at its launch in London May 14, 2013. Nokia unveiled a lighter, metal model in its Lumia smartphone range, as it tries to catch the eye of buyers to close the huge market lead of rivals Samsung and Apple Inc in the lucrative handset market. The Lumia 925, to be sold for 469 euros ($610) before taxes and subsidies through carriers such as Vodafone and China Mobile, is the latest in Nokia's range using Windows Phone software, on which Chief executive Stephen Elop has pinned the future of the loss-making company to reverse a dramatic drop in revenue over the last two years. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Display and Design

The HTC One Mini 2 comes with a 4.5-inch Super LCD2 capacitive touch screen, which translates into a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The Nokia Lumia 925 comes with a 4.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touch screen, which translates into a resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels. Both the devices are about the same in this category. The Lumia 925 has a slight edge with 332 ppi pixels display density compared to the 326 ppi pixels display density on the Mini 2.

The HTC One Mini 2 measures 137.4 x 65 x 10.6 mm and weighs 137 grams. The Nokia Lumia 925 is comparatively smaller, wider and thinner. The device measures 129 x 70.6 x 8.5 mm and weighs 139 grams.

Hardware and Operating System

The HTC One Mini 2 is equipped with a 1.2 GHz quad core Cortex A7 processor and Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset. It comes with 16 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded by up to 128 GB using a Micro SD card.

The Nokia Lumia 925 is equipped with a 1.5 GHz dual core Krait processor and Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon chipset. It comes with 16 GB of internal memory and no Micro SD slot for additional memory.

The HTC One Mini 2 runs on the Android KItKat operating system and the Nokia Lumia 925 runs on the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 operating system, which can be upgraded to the 8.1 version. Both the devices have 1 GB of RAM. In terms of computing power the Mini 2 has a slight edge.

Camera

The HTC One Mini 2 sports a 13 MP primary camera with autofocus and LED flash. The secondary camera on the device is 5 MP. The Nokia Lumia 925 sports an 8 MP primary camera with Carl Zeiss optics, optical image stabilisation, autofocus and dual LED flash. The secondary camera on the device is 1.3 MP.

Battery

The HTC One Mini 2 comes with a non-removable Li-Po 2110 mAh battery, which translates into a resolution of 16 hours and 10 minutes on 3G. The Nokia Lumia 925 comes with a non-removable Li-Ion 2000 mAh battery, which allows for a talk time of about 12 hours and 40 minutes on 3G.

Price in Australia

The HTC One Mini 2 16 GB 4G LTE variant is priced at around AU $459.95 and the Nokia Lumia 925 4G LTE variant is priced at around AU $319.95 in Australia.

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Nokia vice president for industrial design Stefan Pannenbecker holds the Nokia Lumia 925 at its launch in London May 14, 2013. Nokia unveiled a lighter, metal model in its Lumia smartphone range, as it tries to catch the eye of buyers to close the huge market lead of rivals Samsung and Apple Inc in the lucrative handset market. The Lumia 925, to be sold for 469 euros ($610) before taxes and subsidies through carriers such as Vodafone and China Mobile, is the latest in Nokia's range using Windows Phone software, on which Chief executive Stephen Elop has pinned the future of the loss-making company to reverse a dramatic drop in revenue over the last two years. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
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