Top 13 Reasons to Select HTC One Vs Sony Xperia Z
As the smartphone battle continues to rage on, consumers are having the thrill of getting better sleeker and smarter phones. Two of 2013 smartphone releases are the HTC One and the Sony Xperia Z. there are a couple of differences between these two smartphones. Compared side by side, the HTC One has the upper hand. Here are 13 top reasons why it’s the better smartphone for you.
The HTC One is relatively smaller compared to the Sony Xperia Z. although some clients prefer larger smartphones, the HTC One is designed such that it can be easily used. It measures 5.41X2.69X0.37 compared to the 5.47X2.80X0.31 inches.
Besides being smaller, the HTC One is about 0.11 ounces lighter than the Sony Xperia Z. although this might seem insignificant, wouldn’t you agree a lighter smartphone is always welcome?
The HTC One produces stunning and sharp imaged due to its 1920 X 1080 pixel resolution. The screen has a 469 ppi which is much higher than the 441ppi offered by the Sony Xperia whose screen comes with the same resolution.
Another reason to buy the HTC One over the Sony Xperia z is the display quality. The HTC One comes fitted with a Super LCD 3 screen. The Sony Xperia z on the other hand comes with a TFT screen. LCD screens are known to provide better displays especially when it comes to glare reduction and providing excellent contrasts.
The HTC One comes fitted with a large 4.7 inch screen. Although not larger than that found in the Xperia z, its large enough to allow users get excellent viewing space while still allowing comfortable handling of the smartphone.
Smartphones are becoming faster with each new model release. The HTC One beats the Sony Xperia z in terms of processing power. Although both devices make use of the same processing technology, the HTC One comes with a 1.7GHz Quad core processor while the Sony Xperia z comes fitted with a 1.5GHz Quad core processor.
The HTC One also beats the Sony Xperia z in terms of the available internal user’s storage. It comes fitted with 32 or 64 GB internal storage with 26 GB available for the user. The Sony Xperia on the other hand comes fitted with 16 GB internal storage.
The HTC One comes fitted with a 4MP primary camera. Although this isn’t as high compared to Sony Xperia Z’s 13.1MP it gains the upper hand due to the Ultrapixel technology used. The Ultrapixel technology is designed such that the camera captures up to 300% more light than cameras used in other phones.
If you love listening to quality sound signals, the HTC One is definitely the smartphone to invest in. it comes with stereo speakers which produce excellent sounds making them great for listening to music and watching video. This coupled with the built in amplifiers and BoomSound technology make it a great investment.
Although both smartphones are designed to run the android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system, the HTC One goes further and incorporates the HTC Sense 5.0 user interface. It’s easy to use and stunningly attractive.
The HTC One comes in the unibody aluminum casing. While this might not be termed as “attractive” compared to the glass casing of the Sony Xperia z, the aluminum body is stronger and doesn’t attract fingerprints as compared to glass.
While the HTC One doesn’t come fitted with a microSD card slot, the 64GB version is capable of storing much more data compared to the Sony Xperia z. the xperia z comes with 16GB internal storage and can only support up to32GB capacity microSD cards.
Finally, despite all the advantaged presented by the HTC One, majority of the other features like memory and connectivity are more or less the same in both smartphones.