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Sony Xperia Z1 Compact vs Sony Xperia Z2 - Mini Goes great with Superior Spec Sheet

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact vs Sony Xperia Z2 - Mini Goes great with Superior Spec Sheet

The electronic marketplace is filled with names like Samsung, LG, Sony and more.

However, Sony has been in the news for producing updated and easy to use products for users.

The launch of the Sony Xperia line to create a huge roar in the market. The smartphone line up was considered an immediate success. Judging by the trend, Sony launched a compact version of the successful flagship smartphone Xperia Z1. In addition, the Xperia Z2 is another smart phone launched by the company that has made its presence felt in the market. Before Sony also plans to launch the compact version of the smartphone Z2, which is here to give a tough competition to their counterparts.

Layout

The Xperia Xperia Z1 and Z2 Compact offer a plethora of differences from the screen. The Z1 Compact offers the user a smaller 4.3-inch screen that fits comfortably in the hand. The 5-inch screen of his older brother has been reduced to give the user a comfortable driving experience smartphone. Furthermore, the Z2 provides the user with a larger 5.2 inch screen. However, the largest phone screen Z2 has made no difference to the viewing experience. Offers superior of 424 ppi pixel density compared to 342 ppi pixel density compact smartphone Z1.

The Full HD technology equipped in IPS LCD display serves the user with a superior contrast ratio. Both offerings are part of Sony Triluminos protection technology display. The Z1 Compact launched in January 2014 and Z2 launched in February 2014, offering significant adjustments that make these two smartphones favorable options on the market today.

The thickness of 0.37 inch Z1 is compact weighing 137 grams. Meanwhile, Z2 provides a thickness of 0.32 inches and 163 grams.

Processing Unit and Operating System

Z2 derives the powers of a chipset designed Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 together with a processing unit 400 Krait four cores, higher speed 2.3GHz. In addition, a higher 3GB RAM ensures smooth operation of smartphones. Furthermore, the compact Z1 covers a slightly lower Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset 800 with a processing unit 400 Krait four cores, clocked at the top frequency of 2.2GHz. However, February 1 GB of RAM powers of Z1 Compact.

A Jelly Bean based Android 4.3 OS runs the Z1 compact. The operating system can be upgraded to higher versions of Android. Moreover, the latter is based KitKat Android OS 4.4.2 Z2 runs Sony smartphone.

Memory

Both compact Z1 and Z2 provide users with 16 GB of internal memory. In addition, both smartphones incorporate a slot for external memory card. In any case, the compact Z1 supplies the user with up to 64 GB expandable memory. Meanwhile, the smartphone Z2 can expand the memory up to 128 GB.

Battery

In the department of the battery, the largest Z2 consists of a 3200-mAh larger unit, while the smaller version, Z1 compact, consists of a 2300 mAh battery unit bottom. In any case, the function of the non-removable battery is common in both smartphones.

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