Im a experia z owner and i recently had a go of the sg4 and i must admit i really liked it its smooth and the rye scrollin works surprisingly well i wouldnt say there wasa huge differeence in screens both very clear as for looks thr experia is a little glossier and looks more stable but u got to give it to sg4 the clarity of the camera is very good for the simple fact of when u zoom in on a pic there is not as much distortion as there is with experia also it doesnt take 5 seconds for the cam to turn on lol but i still love my experia it is by no means a worser phone they just both havw there good and bad points and at the end of the day no matter wat phome u get within time something better comes out and nowadays its quicker and quicker u cant even get half way through ur phone contract and theres a better version of ur phone out lol
G4M, 01 May 2013I think bringing two mobile phones with single sim is more hassle than bringing one smartphone... moreIf, that's what you prefer then you're welcome to it, but I prefer single Sim based, Smartphones.
I have been using Samsung Galaxy Dous and what the dous actually matters is that you can utilize regular sim and data sim pack and by managing either using internet or calls by switching sim. Samsung is so smart that they included the launching of S4 dous by then others have no space on earth but to copy what samsung had launch. Aside of dual sim with 5" display is more practical nowadays reading your emails or news or watching videos in large screen. I have commented before since november 5 2011 when I got my Galaxy Note 1 that the battle of smartphones features is it's size, the bigger the more catching to eyes. It was actually Dell Streak 5 & 7 was the real maker of pablet but unfortunately they were bad on marketing. From that on as I watch the trending of smartphones was 200% right and the battle is waging and samsung is way ahead. Good luck to samsung galaxy user's enjoy to the fullest.
Ribber, 01 May 2013lol :) fair enough, but it'll consume more power especially on PAYG.It depends on the signal coverage of the network providers. It the signal coverage is strong on both network providers, it will consumes minimal power.
is this mobile available in india...if not from when can i expect???
Ribber, 01 May 2013Dual Sim = twice the 'hassle' in my opinion.I think bringing two mobile phones with single sim is more hassle than bringing one smartphone with dual sim.
Tcool, 01 May 2013Dual SIM = less "hassle" in my opinion!lol :) fair enough, but it'll consume more power especially on PAYG.
Ribber, 01 May 2013Dual Sim = twice the 'hassle' in my opinion.Dual SIM = less "hassle" in my opinion!
I don't care what others say I like what I like I don't listen to fools and they think I'm stupid I don't know anything they're wrong I like GS4 because I used gs2 and 3 so don't complain have nice day.