Since Sony created the division Sony Mobile, after the dissolution of Sony Ericsson, phones that have appeared on the scene have attracted much attention. The new family Sony Xperia is formed by different terminals.
Here is a comparison between the first two models, Sony Xperia S vs Sony Xperia P, one belongs to the high-end catalog while the second part of the midrange/high supply of Sony. Let’s see what the main differences between the two smartphones:
Design and Display
If anything highlights the new Sony’s advanced mobile in the new design showing all family members. Both Sony Xperia S and Xperia Sony P are designed with one piece aluminum chassis that give them a very robust and quality. Moreover, in both models has added a transparent strip at the bottom of the front panel will light when the terminal receives any type of notification in addition to showing the capacitive button icons that lead to the following functions: reverse, Home and menu.
Furthermore, both terminals are fully multi-touch touch-more accurately-although the first difference is in the screens that use these two smartphones. While Sony Xperia S panel has a 4.3-inch diagonal, the Sony Xperia P is formed with a four-inch screen.
In addition, another large differences in the two models lies in the screen resolution may be able to get the two models. Sony Xperia P can display images at a maximum of 960 x 540 pixels, Sony Xperia S, being the top range, you can display images in high definition HD. That is, the images will be visible to a maximum of 1,280 x 720 pixels. This will make the mobile outdoor display images better, brighter and purer whites. And all without excessive consumption of battery.
Finally, weights and measures also differ between them, is unacceptable because the two models have distinct differences in design. Sony Xperia P measures 122 x P 59.5 x 10.5 millimeters and get a weight of 120 grams. For its part, Sony Xperia S shows a design that measures 128 x 64 x 10.6 millimeters and weighs 144 grams.
Perhaps this is the section where there are fewer differences between the two terminals. With both advanced mobile user can connect to websites wherever you are. That is, both Sony Xperia S and Sony Xperia P have connections as high speed WiFi or 3G networks.
On the other hand, Sony mobile also offers the possibility to share content with other devices such as Bluetooth, DLNA technology, NFC (Near Field Communication) or HDMI. While the first three wireless standards are used, the latter does require the use of wires although perhaps the most widespread type of connection between home devices, especially in the field of television.
Meanwhile, in the physical connections, adding to the HDMI port, also may find an audio output of 3.5 mm where conventional headphone plug and a microUSB port for charging the battery as well as to synchronize with a computer terminal.
Interested in a terminal to make good pictures? The two smartphones are successful. Although eye, between the two terminals there are differences. First, the sensor used by Sony Xperia S and Sony Xperia P are not the same. In the first case reaches 12 megapixels while the second equipment must conform with eight megapixel resolution. Yes, the two terminals have a built-in Flash to help achieve good quality pictures are made in low ambient light levels.
Meanwhile, when making a video call, both terminals have a front camera: Sony Xperia S has a 1.3 megapixel camera and Sony Xperia P is formed with a VGA camera (0.3 megapixels).
As for video recording with main camera, the two advanced mobile can remark that both models failed to reach Full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels). Although with the range model the front camera can record videos in HD (720p) and VGA (640 x 480 pixels) with the model of midrange/high.
Finally, in both cases it may use the function 3D Sweep Panorama. This feature is also available in some cameras the company as the compact interchangeable lens Sony NEX-3 or Sony NEX-5. And the main function is to allow three-dimensional shoot video to view later on a compatible television.
Power and memory
Although the operating frequency of both models are different: Sony Xperia S works at 1.5 GHz and Sony Xperia P 1 GHz. Both models have a one GB RAM, so that together with its processors, the performance should be smooth and seamless.
However, this difference between the two phones can be seen in the internal memories: Sony Xperia P has a module of 16 GB, Sony Xperia S has 32 GB. But beware, in either case may be using memory cards, once you discover the back of the two terminals may notice the absence of a MicroSD card slot, the most widely used mobile standard today.
Of course, both models will benefit from the different services available online that offer online storage and possible access to content from any computer with an Internet connection. Examples: Dropbox and SugarSync.
In all the new range of smartphones from Sony users can find terminals that are based on Google’s mobile platform. The version that comes to market both Sony Xperia P and Sony Xperia S is Android 2.3 or Gingerbread. However, in both cases the version Android 4.0 should make an appearance soon. Moreover, the company recently reported that Sony Xperia S should receive the update this month of June.
Prices and autonomy
According to Sony, the autonomy offered by Sony Xperia S with a single battery charge would be up to eight hours talk time, up to 420 hours standby and up to 25 hours playing music. Meanwhile, the Sony Xperia P offer up to six hours talk time, up to 475 hours standby and up to 80 hours playing music. Although these numbers may vary depending on usage of each user.
Prices in free formats for the two smartphones are about 410 euros in the senior model. And below 400 euros Sony Xperia P. For instance, in eXpansys terminal is offered by about 395 euros.
Aesthetically, you will not find too many differences. Indeed, were it not for the color range is offered at the Sony Xperia P (white, black and red), at first glance one might say that we are faced with the same terminal. However, once you put next to each other is apparent that the main difference is size: 4.3 inches compared to four inches.
Once you strip the two terminals, the Sony Xperia S offers more power: it has a dual core processor with a working frequency of 1.5 GHz, although performance for everyday tasks, they may not appreciate differences. Furthermore, both terminals are based on Google’s Android and using the same version: Gingerbread or Android 2.3.
But what does make a difference is when opting for a more powerful camera or a higher storage capacity. In both cases, it absent the possibility of increasing the internal memory with memory cards. Therefore, the user should always be based on the amount you have inside the terminal and here Sony Xperia S wins having twice the capacity: 32 GB compared to 16 GB of Sony Xperia P.
Meanwhile, both cameras will record video in Full HD (1080p), although the sensor is offered in two models have different resolutions: 12 Megapixels Xperia S compared to eight megapixels Xperia P.
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