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Sony Xperia Z vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Date Written: 7/30/13

Sony Xperia Z Samsung Galaxy S4
OS Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
CPU Qualcomm APQ8064/MDM9215M 1.5 GHz Quad-Core Processor Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 1.9 GHz Quad-Core Processor
Screen Size 5" 5"
Battery Life 11 hours talk time
550 hours standby
17 hours talk time
312 hours standby
Cameras 13.1 MP Rear/2.2 MP Front Facing 8 MP Rear/2 MP Front Facing
Videos 1080P video recording 1080P video recording
Connection Speed 3G/4G 3G/4G
Weight 5.15 ounces 5.39 ounces

The Sony Xperia Z (February 2013) and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (June 2013) are two of the most durable smartphones on the market. Both the Xperia Z and the Galaxy S4 Active are certifiably water proof and dust resistant phones that run the latest Android OS. When comparing the two smartphones, you'll find that the Xperia Z has a better battery life when it comes to standby time than the Galaxy S4 Active. This is beneficial to home inspectors since they spend a lot of their day in the field conducting inspections. The Xperia Z also has a better camera at 13.1 MP compared to the 8 MP camera of the Galaxy S4 Active.

The Xperia Z has some great features for home inspectors, but the Galaxy S4 Active comes with some other "cool" features. The option to wave your hand across the screen to answer an incoming call or browse through web pages quickly by just a tilt of the phone are exciting new features that you won't find on the Sony Xperia Z.

Sony Xperia Z vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

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