808 PureView Nokia

  • clock speed
    1.3
    GHz
  • RAM
    0.5
    GB
  • size
    4
    inches
  • resolution
    183
    ppi

Xperia S Sony

  • clock speed
    1.5
    GHz
  • RAM
    1
    GB
  • size
    4.3
    inches
  • resolution
    341
    ppi

Review Breakdown

Nokia 808 PureView vs Sony Xperia S

Display

PPI, brightness and contrast ratio
8.2
8.8

Camera

sensor size and aperture
7.5
5.6

Music

voice volume and music volume
9.3
9.3

Geekaphone Score

We don't have enough data yet to reach a conclusion

Detailed Comparison

display

Size
4"
4.3"
Resolution
640 x 360 (183 ppi)
1280 x 720 (341 ppi)
Panel
AMOLED
TFT LCD (RGB)
Brightness
455 cd/m²
495 cd/m²
Contrast in sunlight
4.698
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Surface
Gorilla Glass
Scratch-resistant glass
Video out
1080p (HDMI)
1080p (Micro HDMI)

processor

System on a chip
Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 (MSM8260)
CPU
1.3 GHz, ARM 11
1.5 GHz, Qualcomm Scorpion
Architecture
Single core
Dual core
Linpack
--
86.7
Quadrant
--
--
GPU
Broadcom BCM2763
266 MHz, Qualcomm Adreno 220
Architecture
Single core
GL benchmark 2.5
--
--
Epic citadel
--
--
Basemark x
--
--
RAM
0.5 GB
1 GB

camera

Lens
f/2.4, 8 mm (27.1 mm equiv.)
f/2.4, 4 mm (30 mm equiv.)
Resolution
38.4 MP (7152 x 5368)
12 MP (4000 x 3000)
Sensor
2/3" (10.67 mm × 8 mm)
1/3" (4.8 mm × 3.6 mm)
Light sensitivity
50 ISO to 1,600 ISO
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Flash
Xenon
LED
Autofocus
Yes
Yes
Image stabilization
Image stabilization
Digital
Panorama
No
Yes
Continuous shooting
30 fps
None
Aperture
f/2.4
f/2.4
Secondary camera
0.3 MP
1.3 MP

video

Video resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps
1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps
Video file format
MP4 DivX
MP4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
Maximum bitrate
25 Mbps
20 Mbps
Video light
Yes
Yes

battery

Type
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Lithium-Ion (Non-removable)
Capacity
1,400 mA·h
1,750 mA·h
Talk time
390 min
450 min
Standby time
32,400 min
27,000 min
Tested
3G talk time
316 min
--
Web browsing
254 min
--
Video playback
593 min
--

music

Speaker
Mono (Back)
Mono (Back)
Frequency response
+0.09, -0.53
+0.10, -0.09
Noise level
-89.7 dB
-86.6 dB
Headphone
3.5 mm
3.5 mm
Frequency response
+0.09, -0.53
+0.44, -0.13
Noise level
-92.5 dB
-88.4 dB
FM radio
Receive, Transmit
Receive

form factor

Size
60.2 x 123.9 x 13.9 mm
64 x 128 x 10.6 mm
Weight
169 g
144 g
Body
Plastic
Plastic
Keyboard
None
None
Buttons
Home, Volume, Back, Camera
Home, Volume, Back, Multitask, Camera

software

Operating system
Nokia Belle
Android 2.3
Upgradable to
--
Android 4.1.2
Custom UI
--
--
Onscreen keyboards
--
--
Sunspider
--
2,587 ms

connectivity

Network
3.5G, HSDPA (7.2 Mb/s)
3.5G, HSPA (14 Mb/s)
WiFi
802.11b/g/n (Hotspot)
802.11b/g/n (Hotspot)
NFC
Yes
Yes
Bluetooth
3.0
2.1+EDR
USB On-the-Go
Yes
Yes

features

Internal storage
16 GB
32 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
None
Included accessories
  1. Charger
  2. Headphones
--
SIM card
Micro-SIM
Micro-SIM
Speaker volume (Voice)
71.1 dB
72.7 dB
Speaker volume (Music)
64.6 dB
61.8 dB
Special-features

sensors

Location
A-GPS
A-GPS, GLONASS
Gyroscope
Yes
Yes
Accelerometer
Yes
Yes
Light sensor
Yes
Yes
Proximity sensor
Yes
Yes
Compass
Yes
Yes
Thermometer
No
No
Barometer
No
No
Hygrometer
No
No
Showing 2 comments.
so Experia wins in storage and nokia had micro sd card and Experia dont ? my nokia 808 will be loaded with a 64gig cuss the cost of micro sd is nothing. a total of 80 gig will Experia be able to handle 80gig ? how do you rate these? so bigger screen is better i feel the nokia 808 has a bit to big screen the n8 3,5" had a good size. the nokia 808 got replaceable battery do the Experia give you the same option or do you need to take it apart? thx for the rev but some stuff seems a bit iffy to me. and ofc video recording is simply wrong 4x digital zoom and almost zero lost or 720p 8x digital zoom and close to 0% lose on the n8 should beat experia.
I want to say that you can not give both 10 in photos and videos category because nokia 808 is so much better. you could give 10 to nokia and 9 to sony