If you’re looking to buy a new handset, we have here for you two great options: the Sony Xperia Z and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo. Keep reading to find out what these two have to offer and figure out which one would be the best fit for you.
Sony Xperia Z
The Sony Xperia Z was released last year, in the second quarter. This device is not only a budget friendly device, but it also comes with some pretty great features that you won’t be seeing even the most current and high end devices at the moment. Let’s take a closer look at what the Xperia Z brings to the table.
Design & Display
The display seen on the Sony Xperia Z is a TFT model measuring 5 inches. The screen showcases a pixel ratio of 441 pixels per inch which guarantees a very good visual image. The multi touch feature on this handset can recognize up to 10 fingers. The display is protected by shatter proof glass. This device does not have a stylus, while the Galaxy Note series of phablets are well known for the S Pen they are equipped with. The Sony Xperia Z is quite light, weighing 146 grams, and it has dust resistant and waterproof capabilities which are IP67 certified.
Specifications, Camera & Battery
Sony equipped the Xperia Z with a quad core processor that is backed up by 2 GB of RAM for a smooth performance. Regarding internal storage capacity, we are offered 16 GB of space. The operating system this handset runs on is Android KitKat. The battery is non removable and it has a capacity of 2330 mAh.
As for camera, we are faced with a very nice 13.1 MP primary camera with features like HDR, sweep panorama and LED flash. The secondary camera has 2.2 MP.
If you want to buy Sony’s handset, you will find the Xperia Z at the price of $317.88.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
There are a lot of similarities between the Galaxy Note 3 Neo and the Xperia Z, but being a Samsung original handset we do see some specific features you won’t encounter with Sony’s devices.
Design & Display
The display seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a larger 5.5 inches, Super AMOLED model that comes with a pixel density of 267 pixels per inch. Although the pixel ratio is almost half of that seen on the Xperia Z, the display still has a vivid, bright image. The phablet does not have screen protection, but it has multi touch.
Specification, Camera & Battery
The processor that powers the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a quad core backed up by 2 GB of RAM. Regarding internal memory, we are faced with 16 GB of space (you can expand the memory by up to 64 GB by using a microSD card). The battery unit on this handset has a capacity of 3100 mAh.
The primary camera unit has 8 MP, while the secondary camera has 2 MP.
If you are interested in buying Samsung’s phablet, you can find the device at the price of $435.00.
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