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Compare with Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III

Compare with Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III

From some popular blog or news website, we all know that Sony will provides two new 5 inches smart phone Sony Odin and Sony Yuga in 2013 as flagship. Next let us compare the Sony Odin, Sony Yuga with HTC Droid DNA and popular Samsung Galaxy S 3 on size and specs, etc for choosing the proper one as you need.

Sony Odin and Yuga maybe use a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro. HTC Droid DNA choose Qualcomm® APQ8064 Quad-core 1.5 GHz, MDM9615M. And Samsung Galaxy S3 use 1.5 GHz dual-core Krait (NA and JP versions).

The Sony smartphone Odin and Yuga have 1080p 5″ 1920×1080 display with Sony’s luminant WhiteMagic technology. HTC Droid DNA with also 5-inch super LCD3, HD 1080p display and Samsung Galaxy S3 with only 4.8 inch Super AMOLED 1280×720 display.

Dimensions and weight:
Sony C650X “Odin” are expected to be 131.6mm x 69.7mm x 9.8mm thick, and the weight only 5.04oz (147g). The Asia-bound Sony C660X Yuga is said to be taller but thinner at 138.6mm x 71mm x 8.1mm, and weighs even less at 140g. HTC Droid DNA provides 141 x 70.5 x 9.73 mm and 140g. Samsung Galaxy S3 are 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm and 133g.

Two Sony (Odin and Yuga) smart phone using 13 MP cameras on the back with Exmor RS sensors. HTC Droid DNA provides 8 MP main camera and Galaxy S3 also use 8 Mega camera.

Sony new features:
Odin features is an IR blaster for remote controlling your home electronics. Compare with Yuga provides waterproof functions.

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2 Responses to Compare with Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III

  1. cretinick says:

    Odin is sure to have on-screen buttons. It shows how compact 5inch screen phone can be.
    Makes me wonder why Yuga has noticeably thicker top bezel

  2. Sony fans says:

    The best way (or the only way?) for Samsung put a larger screen on the S4 without growing the unit, is giving up the physical buttons and adopting the standard Nexus of virtual buttons. Motorola, LG and Sony already adopted. In the Major League, just missing the HTC and Samsung.

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