There are lots of smartphones being released these days, among which the Sony Xperia S and the Galaxy S3 have gained lots of popularity around the world. The Sony Xperia S has movies and music for download through the Sony Entertainment Network, which can be enjoyed in full High Definition on the large display.
On the other hand the Samsung Galaxy S3 has recently reached a milestone by hitting 10 million sales marks in duration of two months only.
Today we shall take a look onto comparison between Xperia S vs Galaxy S3, and find out the better device.
Advantages of the Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Xperia S
Newer Bluetooth Version 4.0 vs 2.1 Bluetooth Version
- MicroSD slot
- Presence of Gyroscope which is A useful in games and augmented reality apps
- Has a dual microphone which filters out background noises and improves sound quality
- Slightly less body volume of 82.9cm³ vs 86.8cm³ 4% less body volume
- Slightly lighter 133.0g vs 144.0g 11.0g lighter
- Way thinner 8.6mm vs 10.6mm 2.0mm thinner and one with the smallest thickness
- Faster CPU clock speed of 4 x 1.4GHz offering 1.9 times faster CPU clock speed
- Bigger screen size of 4.8 inches
- Has a Corning® Gorilla® Glass display which is durable enough to resist many real world events that commonly cause glass failure
- Wireless charging
- More battery power 2,100 mAh vs 1,750 mAh
Advantages of the Xperia S
- Shorter 128.0 mm vs 136.6mm
- A shade higher pixel density 341 ppi vs 313ppi
- Has a flash w/ dual-LEDs making it brighter than flashes with just one LED
- Significantly more megapixel 12.0 Megapixel vs 8.0 Megapixel
- Has a two-stage shutter that allows photo shooting like a pro
- Has a dedicated camera button that lets you taking snapshots more easily
- Significantly faster uploads 5.8 MB vs 3.0 MB
- Has USB mass storage support which can transfer files, music, photos via USB, without needing to install additional software
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has more advantages in terms of specifications compared to that of Xperia S. It has better features, namely the S voice integration which acts like a personal assistant and the face-recognition technology that ensures the screen doesn’t time out while reading.