Even if it has a big screen, the Galaxy Grand Neo doesn’t impress much because of the low pixel density (186ppi). Its competitor supports a higher screen resolution and obviously, a higher pixel density (318ppi). The Sony Xperia SP outpaces Samsung’s smartphone in many areas, but it’s a lot cheaper. Let’s see if its specs will convince you to buy it.
Displays and sizes
The Galaxy Grand comes with a 5.01inches TFT screen, which is capable of rendering a resolution of only 480×800pixels. The Sony Xperia SP’s screen is smaller – 4.6inches, but it renders a higher resolution – 720×1280pixels.
As you already figured out, the Galaxy Grand Neo is bigger than its rival, measuring 143.7×77.1×9.6mm, and its weight is 163grams. The Xperia SP is 8grams lighter and comes with dimensions of 130.6×67.1×10mm.
Hardware and OS
The Galaxy Grand Neo is powered by a modest 1.2GHz quad core cortex A7 processor and comes with the BCM23550 chipset. You can buy the 8GB variant of internal memory, or the 16GB variant. Both of them can be expanded up to 64GB.
The Xperia SP is powered by powerful dual core krait processor, working at 1.7GHz, which teams up with a chipset from Qualcomm MSM8960T Snapdrago. Comes with an 8GB varint of internal memory – expandable up to 32GB.
Both of the competitors run on the Android Jelly Bean OS and have 1GB of RAM.
The Galaxy Grand Neo has a weaker primary camera – 5MP, while its rival has an 8MP rear camera. They share common features such as autofocus and LED flash. Both of the devices have VGA front cameras.
The Galaxy Grand Neo’s battery has the capacity of 2100mAh and it allows you to talk 11hours. The Sony Xperia SP’s battery is non-removable and has a higher capacity – 2370mAh, allowing you to talk 19hours, on 3G, or to play music approximately 39hours.
The Galaxy Grand Neo Duos can be bought at the price of 247 dollars on amazon.com. The Sony Xperia SP C5302 costs 218 dollars.
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