LG has started producing phones once again as after a long gap it has came back to phone market by launching phones back to back and it is still on. LG is one of the best mobile companies in India and in world but it was thought that LG is dead, it wasn’t, and they were just sleeping and were giving the chances to other companies! LG recently announced its two all new phone named as LG Optimus Net and LG Optimus Pro C660. Both the phones are launched in July, this year. The phones are very much similar yet they are different. Let us have a look at comparison of its features which is given below –
Operating System of both the phones is awesome. Both the phones share a single operating system and that is Android v2.3 (GingerBread). Both the phones are made for this OS as they are portable, rough, reliable and above all very much entertaining. Gingerbread is one of the largest OS used in nowadays phones. Another fact is that, the phones loaded with Gingerbread are rocking the market but still exceptions are there. So as we have come to know that the OS of both the phones is same so the results are quite clear.
Winner – Tie
Processor and Performance
Phones nowadays have to be very much faster if they want to survive in the mobile market, especially in India. What makes a phone fast? It’s the processor of the phone which makes it fast. If your phone will have more clock speed than the other then your phone will run faster than the other one. Clock speed is measured in MHz or GHz and GHz is a larger unit. Both the phones are having powerful processor which takes their performance on to the next level. Processor of LG Optimus Net is a 800 MHz processor with Qualcomm MSM7227T chipset and LG Optimus Pro C660 is also powered by the same CPU. Results are clear.
Winner – Tie
Camera and Photography
Camera is nowadays regarded as a leg of a phone because a leg your phone won’t run in the market, it will creep. So it’s becoming mandatory for mobile companies load up their phones with camera. Not a camera but a powerful camera, a camera which can cater the needs of a common man. LG Optimus Net is embedded with a 3.15 MP camera and gives you features such as Geo-tagging. LG Optimus Pro C660 is also having a 3.15 MP and also has features like Geo-tagging. Both the phones are not having secondary camera, but still a phone can run on one leg!
Winner – Tie
Video and Filmography
What is the fun of a camera which doesn’t allow you to do video recording? It’s of no use but LG doesn’t make useless phones so LG has created both of its phones in such a manner that they allow you to shoot videos and that too with the speed of 24fps. LG Optimus Net allows you to shoot video of VGA quality and LG Optimus Pro C660 has the same video quality – VGA.
Winner – Tie
Keypad and Screen Type
I have said that both the phones are similar yet different. I have already shared the similarities but where the different thing. Here it is. LG Optimus Pro C660 is a touch and type phone which means its having a QWERTY keypad and also supports touch screen. LG Optimus Pro C660 is having a TFT capacitive touch screen with 256K colours. On the other hand LG Optimus Net is a fully touch screen phone but it also have a TFT capacitive touch screen with 256K colours. It will be hard to choose which one is better so decide it by your need.
Winner – Depends
Both the phones are almost same but there is a major difference and that is in the keypad and screen type. The decision to choose the best between these two phones is really hard so I have decided to leave the rest on your desire and need. If you need a touch and type phone then you should buy LG Optimus Pro C660 but if you want a fully touch screen phone then you should buy LG Optimus Net. As far as features are concerned, I think both the phones are same.
Now the Choice is yours!
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