Microsoft Lumia 640 XL and Samsung Galaxy A5

by | Microsoft Lumia 640 XL | February 10th, 2016

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Samsung uses the Android platform for its mobile phones, which is much more efficient and popular than the windows platform used by Microsoft phones. It has been Microsoft’s constant effort to make up in the camera and battery department what it lacks behind in the OS section. With the range of galaxy smart phones, Samsung has also made every possible effort to elevate the standard of their camera and battery backup, along with its other standard features. Compare Lumia 640 XL Deals at

Lumia 640 XL vs Samsung Galaxy A5

Camera Comparison Galaxy A5 and Lumia 640 XL

Apparently both the devices have same camera both on the front and well as on the rear. It goes on to prove how seriously Samsung has been trying to beat Microsoft in the photography section. Both the phones have a 5 MP front camera and a 13Mp rear or main camera. Microsoft Lumia 640 Xl comes with Carl Zeiss optics, which is missing in Samsung Galaxy A5. Galaxy on the other hand has a number of camera friendly features like auto focus, panorama, HDR, wide selfies, face detection, rear-cam selfies and geo-tagging which gives user versatility. However it cannot be denied that a lens is the heart of the camera and Microsoft with Carl Zeiss optics surely wins the show.

Battery Comparison Galaxy A5 and Lumia 640 XL

Microsoft has always been a leader of battery backup when it came to battery performance. In spite of a huge 5.7 inch display Microsoft manages to provide enough battery backup to Lumia 640 XL. It comes with a removable 300 mAh battery that can last up to 936 hours on a standby mode. It supports a talk time of 26 hours, music playback time of 102 hours and Wi- Fi browsing for 13 hours.

On the other hand Samsung Galaxy A5 has a non-removable 2300 mAh battery, which is almost 30% less efficient than Lumia 640 XL. Non removable batteries are not a very good choice, as they cannot be replaced, in case they get damaged. Galaxy A5 supports a talk time of only 15 Hours, which is almost half the capacity of Lumia 640 XL. It can support internet browsing or 8 hours and audio playback for 68 hours on a single charge.

We can safely conclude from the above comparison that Lumia 640 XL definitely has a much better battery capacity and an equally good camera. The camera of Samsung is equally commendable, but it’s battery performance has some serious room for improvement.

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