The Samsung Galaxy Core has a lot of similarities to the Samsung Galaxy SII, III and Galaxy Ace, but it has unique and attractive apps: with Smart Stay, your screen stays bright while you’re looking at the phone. Smart Alert..alerts you if something happened while you missed from your desk and Motion UX updates your phone when you shake it. Smart, huh? On the Sony Xperia M you can play many games, because it stands better at this chapter.
Displays and designs
The Samsung Galaxy Core has a 4.3 inch TFT capacitive touch screen and a resolution of 480x800pixels. The Sony Xperia M has a similar resolution, 480×854 pixels, but it’s equipped with a 4 inch TFT capacitive touch screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Core weights 124 grams and has these dimensions: 129.3×67.6×9 mm, while the Sony Xperia M weights almost 10 grams less because it has a smaller size: 124x62x9.3 mm.
Hardware and operating systems
The Samsung Galaxy Core comes with a 1.2 GHz dual core cortex A5 processor + Snapdragon MSM8225 S4 Play chipset, having an internal memory of 8 GB, expandable by up to 64 GB.
On the other hand, the Sony Xperia M has a 1 GHz dual core krait processor + Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8227 chipset and its internal memory is only of 4 GB, but it’s expandable by up to 32 GB.
These phones are Androids, running on the Jelly Bean o.s., and having 1 GB of RAM.
Another thing in common these phones have is the 5 MP primary cameras (autofocus + LED flash) and the VGA secondary camera.
You can talk 9 hours on 3G on both phones, only that the Samsung Galaxy Core has a Li-Ion 1800 mAh battery, while the Sony Xperia M is equipped with a Li-Ion 1750 mAh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Duos 8 GB variant costs 185 dollars on amazon.com, while the Sony Xperia M C1905 can be bought at the price of 190 dollars.
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