Sony Xperia Z2 Vs Samsung Galaxy S5

posted on 13 Sep 2014 14:54 by melodicloser1227
HTC One , as pointed out in this article, was the real surprise of this year, while not perfect is a terminal of high quality, a true smartphone bearer. The year 2014 would always be known for various high end flagship launches by the top Smartphone manufacturers of the world. All three smartphones continue with the tried-and-tested design approach along with slight bumps in their screen sizes.

They both have Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon processor, excellent cameras, beautiful displays, and they're dust- and water-resistant. Samsung is traditionally quicker than Sony at rolling out Android updates, and you'll need a Samsung device if you're planning to pick up a Galaxy Gear 2 or a Galaxy Gear Fit. The Galaxy S5 also has other nice additions, like the fingerprint scanner and heartbeat sensor. Having said that, if build quality is your priority then Sony's all-glass Xperia Z2 looks and feels a little more high-end than the Galaxy S5 — which is still made of plastic (albeit with a slightly nicer texture). Last November, Apple has acquired the manufacturer of sapphire display in GT Advanced Technologies. The rear camera is capable of shooting 4K videos.

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Both Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 feature 2.2MP cameras on the front, both of which are capable of shooting HD 1080p video. Its screen is protected with the latest and toughest Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Coming in at 5.2-inch, the Xperia Z2's IPS LCD display has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and 424ppi. The G Pro 2 is a phablet with a huge 5.9-inch True IPS+LCD display with 1080 x 1920 pixels (373ppi) and which is protected by the Gorilla Glass 3 too. It's a significant upgrade from last year's 5.5-incher Optimus G Pro. The S5 and Z2 should be in for a close battle in terms of screen quality while the G Pro 2 lacks behind the two with the same resolution but a much, much bigger display.

However, even on that last pic, we get that horrid yellow that stains every HTC photo. The S5 does a gorgeous job of removing glare and glow from light sources, which makes for truly stunning photos at night. My M7 camera consistently takes better pictures than my wifes S4. I expect it to continue with the M8 and the S5. With what i take pictures of, and keep in mind some are vacation pictures, the quality in general from HTC cameras is spectacular. That's about the best I've seen one of their camera phones do in at least a decade.