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COMPARELG G Pro Lite D686 vs Sony Xperia C C2305


  • Sony Xperia C has launched 4 months before LG G Pro Lite
  • The LG G Pro Lite's display is sized at 5.5 inches, which is 10% bigger
  • Both these devices have an equal camera resolution
  • LG G Pro Lite has 4 GB more internal storage
  • LG G Pro Lite and Sony Xperia C have the same capacity of RAM onboard


LG G Pro Lite D686 Price In India

Status: Available
Rs. 16,800
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Sony Xperia C C2305 Price In India

Status: Available
Rs. 16,000
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Operating System
Android (4.1)
Apps Market: Google Play
Android (4.2)
Apps Market: Google Play
Display
5.5 inches
Screen Type: IPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen
Details: 16M Colors
Screen: 960 X 540
Pixel Density: 200.3 PPI
5 inches
Screen Type: TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
Details: 16M Colors
Screen: 960 X 540
Pixel Density: 220.3 PPI
Camera
8 MP
Geo-Tagging, Face Detection, Panorama
Secondary Camera:
HD Video Rec: 1080p
Auto Focus:
Flash Light:
8 MP
Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face & Smile Detection, HDR
Secondary Camera:
HD Video Rec: 1080p
Auto Focus:
Flash Light:
CPU
1 GHz MT6577, Cortex-A9, Dual-Core
1.2 GHz MTK MT6589, Quad-Core
RAM
1 GB
1 GB
Memory
Internal Storage: 8 GB,
User Available Internal Storage: No Info
Card Slot: microSD
External Memory: 32 GB
Internal Storage: 4 GB,
User Available Internal Storage: No Info
Card Slot: microSD
External Memory: 32 GB
Battery
3140 mAh, Standard-Battery, Lithium-Ion
2390 mAh, Removable, Lithium-Ion


GPRS
FM Radio
3G
4G/LTE
Wi-Fi
NFC
3.5mm Head Phone
Form Factor
Touch Screen
Touch Screen
GPU
PowerVR SGX531
PowerVR SGX544
SIM Details
Type: Normal SIM
(Dual, GSM + GSM)
Type: Micro SIM
(Dual, GSM + GSM)
USB Slots
microUSB version 2.0
microUSB version 2.0
Body
Dimensions:
150.2 x 76.9 x 9.4
Weight: 161 grams
Dimensions:
141.5 x 74.2 x 8.9
Weight: 153 grams
Overview
The LG G Pro Lite is a mid-range phablet from the Korean phone maker; after showing their newly-regained strength in the high-end smartphone segment with the G2. The G Pro Lite features a 5.5-inch IPS panel but with a relatively low 960 x 540 pixel resolution. One distinction between the original G Pro and this model is the presence of a stylus, that fits into the shell of the phone. The G Pro Lite is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Mediatek MT6577 chipset, typically found on Android smartphones built by Indian phone makers, and now even appearing on multi-national brand handsets like the Sony XPERIA C. But the variant used in the LG G Pro Lite is lower than the Mediatek MT6589 quad-core variety typically seen. Coupled with that is 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage.

Connectivity-wise, its got the basics covered — 3G with speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps, WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 and also comes in a dual-SIM variant. In the camera department, this smartphone has an 8 megapixel rear-facing sensor and a 1.3MP front-facing one. The phone can record 1080p HD videos. The phone also has stereo speakers at the base. There's a massive 3140 mAh battery powering this phone, and given the comparatively non-intensive hardware components, we hope the battery life should shine. Competition from phablets priced nearby would include the Huawei Ascend Mate and the Samsung Mega 5.8.
The Sony Xperia C is the Japanese manufacturer's way of trying to compete with the onslaught of large, mid-range phones by Indian phone makers. It maintains the same design philosophy of the Xperia lineup and has a big 5-inch display, but with a comparatively low qHD (960 x 540 pixel) resolution. It is a dual-SIM handset with software settings that allow you to automatically set which SIM should be used what time of the day. Instead of Qualcomm, which is used in almost all of Sony's Android smartphones, the Xperia C is powered by a Mediatek MT6589 chip (the same that powers phones like the Micromax Canvas 4). It is a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, complemented by 1GB of RAM and 4GB of internal memory (we trust about half of that should be available to the user). Using a microSD card, you can add up to 32GB more storage. The 3G speeds can soar as high as 42.2Mbps on this phone, and you have Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 802.11n support too.

The 8 megapixel camera at the back can shoot videos in 1080p Full HD. There's a VGA front-facing camera too. Sony claims the Exmor R tech and support for HDR and other camera-related software tweaks will set it apart from the crowd. Delivering juice to the Xperia C is a reasonably large 2370 mAh battery, which along with Sony's "Stamina Mode" battery-saving software feature, should deliver good up-time. It runs the fairly recent Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

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