Preliminary Comparison of Sony Xperia Z1 Compact With iPhone 5S

In 2013, Apple Inc. launched iPhone 5S which set the whole world ablaze as the new handset comes with unique feature of Touch ID, helps user to unlock phone. However, the Japanese giant-Sony, recently introduced miniature version of its high-end handset i.e. Xperia Z1, which is Z1 compact. A comparison has been made in the embedded video, helps to jump on some conclusion.

With the first glance, you will notice that in terms of size the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is larger than iPhone 5S, along with the option of brighter colour choice. To be precise, Z1 compact has a screen size of 4.3 inches while it is just 4 inches for the Apple phone. As of now, the release date of Android Smartphone by Sony is not yet revealed but expected to arrive in Q1, while 5S is readily available in the market.

The video is recorded at CES 2014, first elaborate the size and looks of these two crafts followed by their build and design quality which is said to be amazing in the case of Sony Xperia Z1 compact model as it is waterproof device. Afterwards, the performance has been illustrated that supports new features along with camera resolution as well function elaborated details.

Talking about the features as well as iconic specs of Apple phone, it embeds a dual-core A7-64 bit processor that operates at a frequency of 1.3GHZ, native storage option of 16GB, 32 GB and 64GB, Primary and secondary camera of 8MP and 1.2MP, battery capacity of 8MP, RAM of 1GB.

On the other hand, miniature version of Sony Xperia Z1 powered by a latest high-speed quad-core processor i.e. Snapdragon 800, 20.7MP rear and 2MP front facing camera, RAM of 2GB, native on-board storage of 16GB which can be further expandable up to 64GB and has a battery capacity of 2300mAH.

To have a good perception about the newly revealed masterpiece by Sony, go through the video. But there is no denying that this robust Xperia model is all set to give a tough competition to the Apple Smartphone.

Read: Apple iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Source: Phone Arena

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