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5 August 2013 Comments (2) Views: 647 Apple, Nokia

Lumia 925 advert leaks – takes on the iPhone 5 camera

We’ve all seen the iPhone advert where Apple claim that “every day more photos are taken on the iPhone than any other camera but what about the quality of these photos? Surely it’s about quality and not quantity? Nokia seem to agree as shown with their latest Lumia 925 advert.

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Nokia’s latest advert comes with the title “Better Photos” and the message “at Nokia, we prefer to build for quality, not just quantity“. The advert event features cross comparison photos between the Lumia 925 and the Apple iPhone 5 and showcases just how much better the Lumia 925 actually is. (Interested in the Lumia 925 camera? Have a look at Lumia 925 Week for over 500 photos from New York, all captured with the Lumia 925!)

First, here’s the iPhone advert:

Now here’s Nokia’s advert (which is fantastic):

The video definitely shows that whilst more people take photos with the iPhone, the quality from Nokia Lumias (and the Lumia 925 in particular) definitely surpasses anything Apple offers.

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We’ll leave you with the best line of all… “everyday better photos are taken with Nokia Lumias than any other mobile“… 

What do you think of Nokia’s new approach and the photos they’ve showcased? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Jessica Darko

    I remember when nokia was a company with integrity. This dishonest ad shows just how far they’ve fallen. Do they really think people are stupid enough to fall for it?

    Also, it’s hilarious that the phone they are advertising is a blatant iPhone ripoff, it looks nothing like a “nokia” phone. Apple invented touch technology and brought it to phones, and nokia stole it and pretends like they’re being innovative because one one of their phones they put a very expensive camera?

    So dishonest.

    I thought this kind of misrepresentation wasn’t allowd in UK advertising?

    • 3560freak

      The fact that you think that Apple invented Touch technology shows that you are completely “out of touch”