You may think that the difference between these two devices is huge, especially in the size and price department.
However, Xperia E can compete with One Remix in several other areas. Stay with us as we compare the phones.
Design and Display
Elegantly designed, HTC One Remix has 4.5 inches screen display, with resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels (326ppi). The Super LCD 2 touchscreen display is protected from scratches with Gorilla Glass 3. Dimensions of the phone are 137 x 65 x 10.6, weighting 137 grams. The display comes with multitouch feature. Sony Xperia E, on the other hand, offers only 3.5 inches screen size, with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and density of 165ppi. It sounds poor, but the display is pretty solid and decent, given the low price of the device. Dimensions are 113 x 62 x 11, weighting 115 grams. Multitiouch is available up to 2 fingers. Sony has protected its device with scratch resistant glass.
Hardware and Operating System
Inside, HTC One Remix is equipped with Snapdragon 400 quad core processor at 1.2 GHz and 1.5 GB RAM memory. The device comes with just 16 GB internal memory, but consumers can add up to 128 GB more thanks to the microSD card slot. One Remix runs on the latest Android version 4.4 (KitKat), and comes with the trademark Sense UI. The phone comes with three sensors: accelerometer, compass and proximity sensor.
Xperia E, on the other hand, comes equipped with Snapdragon 1GHz Cortex A5 processor, and just 512 MB of RAM memory. The phone has 4 GB internal memory (just 2 GB for the user), but comes with a slot for microSD card. You can add up to 32 GB memory. Sony’s phone still runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Given the power HTC One Remix boasts, the device has a decent battery, Li-Po 2100 mAh that can last for two days (provided you don’t overuse it). Battery capacity and duration has been one of the strengths of Sony’s devices, and Xperia E is not an exception. Equipped with 1530 mAh battery, the Sony’s device is extremely reliable.
Even though Sony Xperia E has a poor rear camera (just 3.15 MP), the phone still takes some incredible photos (up to 2048 x 1636 pixels) and record videos 480p at 30fps. This is due to Sony’s extreme quality when it comes to camera sensors. HTC One Remix boasts 13 MP rear facing camera, equipped with auto focus and LED flash for low light conditions. One Remix can shoot pictures up to 4128 x 3096 pixels and record videos 1080p at 30fps and 720p at 60fps. The device also has 5 MP front facing camera, especially designed for fans of selfies.
The price is the biggest difference between these devices. HTC One Remix costs $650, while you can purchase Sony Xperia E for just around $110.
Comparing a medium class phone with a budget phone seems strange at first glance. However, these devices have been very popular. Sony’s advantages are price and dual sim, while HTC One Remix wins every other segment. One Remix comes with all the latest features like 4G, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC and USB port for connectivity.
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