Xperia L Sony

  • clock speed
    1
    GHz
  • RAM
    1
    GB
  • size
    4.3
    inches
  • resolution
    227
    ppi

Galaxy S III mini Samsung

  • clock speed
    1
    GHz
  • RAM
    1
    GB
  • size
    4
    inches
  • resolution
    233
    ppi

Review Breakdown

Sony Xperia L vs Samsung Galaxy S III mini

Display

PPI, brightness, contrast ratio in sunlight and contrast ratio
8.0
8.1

Processing power

linpack, quadrant and sunspider
5.9
5.6

Camera

sensor size and aperture
5.6
5.6

Battery life

3g talk time, web vrowsing and video playback
7.0
7.1

Music

voice volume and music volume
9.5
9.1

Geekaphone Score

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

Detailed Comparison

display

Size
4.3"
4"
Resolution
854 x 480 (227 ppi)
800 x 480 (233 ppi)
Panel
TFT LCD (RGB)
Super AMOLED (RGB)
Brightness
542 cd/m²
385 cd/m²
Contrast in sunlight
1.351
2.422
Surface
Scratch-resistant glass
Gorilla Glass
Video out
720p (Micro USB)
720p (Micro USB with MHL)

processor

System on a chip
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus (MSM8230)
ST-Ericsson Nova Thor (U8500)
CPU
1 GHz, ARM Krait
1 GHz, ARM Cortex A9
Architecture
Dual core
Dual core
Linpack
191
60.3
Quadrant
4,279
2,644
GPU
Qualcomm Adreno 305
ARM Mali-400
Architecture
Single core
Single core
GL benchmark 2.5
--
6.5
Epic citadel
--
--
Basemark x
--
0.9
RAM
1 GB
1 GB

camera

Lens
f/2.0, 4 mm (30 mm equiv.)
f/2.6, 4 mm (30 mm equiv.)
Resolution
8 MP (3264 x 2448)
5 MP (2592 x 1944)
Sensor
1/3" (4.8 mm × 3.6 mm)
1/3" (4.8 mm × 3.6 mm)
Light sensitivity
--
--
Flash
LED
LED
Autofocus
Yes
Yes
Image stabilization
Digital
Digital
Panorama
Yes
Yes
Continuous shooting
None
None
Aperture
f/2.0
f/2.6
Secondary camera
0.3 MP
0.31 MP

video

Video resolution
1280 x 720 @ Unknown
1280 x 720 @ 30 fps
Video file format
MP4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
MP4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
Maximum bitrate
5 Mbps
12 Mbps
Video light
Yes
Yes

battery

Type
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Capacity
1,750 mA·h
1,500 mA·h
Talk time
601 min
469 min
Standby time
29,880 min
21,600 min
Tested
3G talk time
750 min
382 min
Web browsing
400 min
458 min
Video playback
284 min
466 min

music

Speaker
Stereo (Back)
Stereo (Back)
Frequency response
+0.11, -0.10
+0.03, -0.04
Noise level
-87 dB
-82.1 dB
Headphone
3.5 mm
3.5 mm
Frequency response
+0.58, -0.12
+0.19, -0.13
Noise level
-86.7 dB
-82.5 dB
FM radio
Receive
Receive

form factor

Size
128.7 x 65 x 9.7 mm
121.6 x 63 x 9.9 mm
Weight
137 g
111 g
Body
Plastic
Plastic
Keyboard
None
None
Buttons
Home, Volume, Back, Multitask, Camera
Home, Volume, Back, Multitask

software

Operating system
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Upgradable to
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
--
Custom UI
--
--
Onscreen keyboards
--
--
Sunspider
2,539 ms
1,888 ms

connectivity

Network
3G, HSDPA (21 Mb/s)
3.5G, HSPA (14 Mb/s)
WiFi
802.11a/b/g/n (Hotspot, WiFi Direct)
802.11a/b/g/n (Hotspot)
NFC
Yes
Yes
Bluetooth
4.0
4.0
USB On-the-Go
--
--

features

Internal storage
8 GB
16 GB, 8 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
microSD
Included accessories
--
  1. Charger
  2. Headphones
SIM card
--
Mini-SIM
Speaker volume (Voice)
70.7 dB
66.5 dB
Speaker volume (Music)
69.5 dB
63 dB
Special-features

sensors

Location
A-GPS
A-GPS, GLONASS
Gyroscope
No
Yes
Accelerometer
Yes
Yes
Light sensor
Yes
No
Proximity sensor
Yes
Yes
Compass
Yes
Yes
Thermometer
No
No
Barometer
No
No
Hygrometer
No
No
Showing 3 comments.
Nokia 603 has 1000 nits too #lol
lol, Amoled is not make any hurt on eye(?) *Sorry for bad my english._.
OLED are brighter than LCD? Have you gone nuts? The latest Galaxy S4 has 404 nits while the 2 years old Nokia 701 has 1000 nits. Amoleds have never been brighter.