While we had the chance to we had to do a quick comparison between both devices. Their the newest flagship phones from their respective brands. The specs for the iPhone 4s is known by most of us since its out already and didn't change too much from the original iPhone 4. It has a 3.5 inch retina display, dual core A5 1.0 GHz processor, 1 GB of Ram, dual CDMA and GSM chipset, 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash,1080p HD video capture and runs Apple's latest verson of their mobile OS iOS 5.
The new guy on the block the Nokia Lumia 800 has a slightly larger screen at 3.7 inches and used AMOLED ClearBack technology for good viewing angles and clarity in sunlight. The processor is single-core and clocked at 1.4 GHz and 512 MB or Ram. The camera is also a 8 megapixel camera but has dual LED flash, 720p HD video capture and uses are Carl Zeiss lens. Its powered by the latest version of Microsoft's mobile operating system Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Right now its on GSM with no word if there will be a CDMA version.
Their almost the same size and thickness with the Nokia being a bit larger in length and width. Neither phone reaches the standard 4.0" screen mark which is what most android phones have, neither have real 4G with only HSPA+ that Apple and AT&T call 4G but Nokia referrers to it at 3G. It's a good spec for spec battle between both of these phones. I'm looking forward to getting the Nokia Lumia 800 for review to see how well it compares. So far it feels like the first true Windows Phone in the market. Adding customization such as Nokia Drive, Nokia Maps and Nokia Music will help set it apart from other Windows Phones. For now enjoy the quick comparison video and hopefully we will get the chance to do a full on battle video between both.