Somehow, if you managed to watch a tiny bit of television of late, we’re pretty certain that you’ve come across the commercial spot for the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE for AT&T. Right now, there’s no arguing the fact that it’s simply the best Android smartphone on AT&T’s lineup. However, the Nokia Lumia 900 is being positioned as an equal offering from the Windows Phone camp. With that in mind, it’s only fitting that we pit the very best from each respective platform against one another, to find out which one exactly has the guts and glory to come away as the champion.
Needless to say, these two smartphones couldn’t be any more different from one another in the design department. Between the two, we have to admit that the Nokia Lumia 900 has the slight advantage with its fresh appearance – especially when US consumers haven’t been exposed to a device like it before. Additionally, the Lumia 900 sports a sturdier feel in the hand thanks to its unibody polycarbonate exterior. On the other hand, besides its ridiculously large footprint, there’s nothing compelling with the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE. In fact, it seemingly looks like any other Samsung made smartphone before it. However, its size is what makes the Galaxy Note LTE so fascinating – and essentially, it’s what makes the Note so unique from most things.