Sony Experia S vs Samsung Galaxy S2
Difference between Sony Experia S and Samsung Galaxy S2
Sony Experia S
Things have changed now since the Sony and Ericsson tandem has finally come to an end. Everyone in to smartphones and techies in this vast world that we live in have been waiting for Sony to show off what it really has in store for us. Now, this time, they’ve launched their most powerful gadget to date! Their first android smartphone sealed with a piano black glass, matched with a polycarbonate black-matte body, and they’ve sizzled things up with a 4.3’’ HD touch screen!
Design and Performance
Instead of having the old fashioned flat back, they’ve made it a bit curvy, making it a lot more pleasing to the hands. One of the trademarks of this phone is the translucent strip below the display that portrays a beautiful white glow.
The charging port is a microUSB situated on its left side. On the top right, you’ll see buttons that are made of brushed metal, this is the sleep/wake button which is not likely to fade compared the other rivals.
It is built with an Android 2.3.7 GingerBread. The home screen also comes with a nifty feature called as the Overview. With the Overview, you can easily view all your shortcuts and widgets from all the five home screens this smartphone has, hence, gives you swift navigation.
With regards to battery life, this baby eats up battery fast! Most probably, before the day will end, the battery will get depleted already but with maximum usage of course. So, it is highly recommended to bring your charger with you if you plan to go away from home for 2 days or more.
Wouldn’t it be lovely to have an HD camera whenever you need it? Yes, brace yourselves because this smartphone comes with a 12.1 megapixel camera so you can shoot 1080p videos and view your images as clear as a fancy camera offers. They’ve also added a great feature wherein you can record through simulated 3D. Simulated in a sense that, real 3D requires two lenses while this smartphone only has one, still nevertheless extraordinarily superb!
The down side of this smartphone is that, it’s front camera is only 1.3-megapixels which certainly disappoints most of it’s users.
Samsung Galaxy S2
This is the newer version of the Samsung Galaxy S which was also a hit for all those techs. They have now added some great specs and features that would make you want this smartphone. It is also cheaper than its rivals, so that’s another thing to ponder on.
Design and Performance
Some people want huge phones, some want smaller ones, but I guess everyone would want a lighter one. Yes, this smartphone is light-weight, just a mere 116g including its battery! It features a 4.3’’ display but is very slim.
It’s super AMOLED Plus touchscreen gives you the power to take 800X480 resolutions, which is also good to watch HD movies and games for its bright screen and many vibrant colours. It is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with a 16-GB built-in storage.
Unlike that of Sony, the camera of this smartphone is only 8-megapixels, but it comes with auto-focus and LED flash that takes 3264X2448 photos and shoots 1080p videos at 30fps making it impressive as well. Now, this phone wins a bit with regards to the front camera because it has a 2-megapixel camera unlike its rival which is only 1.3-megapixels.