Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 vs Sony Xperia 10: 12GB RAM, 5800mAh battery box!

Let’s kick-off the match between Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 vs Sony Xperia 10 with 12GB RAM, 5800mAh battery and more. Find out the winner here!

Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 vs SONY Xperia 10

Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 vs Sony Xperia 10 specs

Arriving today is one of these devices under the name Galaxy Edge 2019. Meanwhile, the Japanese brand has announced two mid-range smartphones that carry the name “Xperia 10”. Otherwise, Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 specs feature a large 6.55-inch Force Touch Edge screen with a Super 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). Besides, Sony Xperia 10 specs include a 6.0” IPS LCD with 1080p+ resolution (1,080 x 2,520px).

As far as it concerns, Samsung flagship would get power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, while the Sony phone gets Snapdragon 630. Meanwhile, Samsung phone offers 10GB/12GB RAM and 1TB ROM (unexpandable). Whereas, Sony handset provides with 3GB of RAM and 64GB storage (expandable to 128GB). As a result, Samsung flagship is ahead for both the display and hardware performance.

Meanwhile, Samsung beast battery box rocks a huge non-removable 5800mAh juice box, while the Sony phone battery capacity provides 2,870mAh. Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 camera packs a dual 41MP (f/1.5) + 20MP (F/1.7) rear snapper and a single 32MP (f/1.5) selfie lens. Besides, Sony Xperia 10 camera sports dual rear 13MP+5MP shooter and an 8MP front snapper. As a result, the Samsung beast is winning with an impressive photography system. Otherwise, the devices run on Android Pie 9.

Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 vs Sony Xperia 10 release date and price

In conclusion, the Korean company is launching this Samsung device in the third quarter of 2019. Whereas, the Sony phone arrived at the MWC event on February 25th of 2019. Moreover, the Sony Xperia 10 price starts at $349.99 (roughly Rs. 24,800), and Samsung Galaxy Edge 2019 price starts at $871 ~ Rs. 60, 000. In this case, we recommend the Samsung handset with impressive features. What do you think?

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