Nokia Edge vs Sony Xperia XZ: 23MP camera battle

Carrying a 23MP camera, Nokia Edge would be a tough rival to Sony Xperia XZ. So, why don’t we make a Nokia Edge vs Sony Xperia XZ battle to see who is the winner!

Nokia Edge vs Sony Xperia XZ specs:

Firstly, let’s warm up the Nokia Edge vs Sony Xperia XZ battle by talking about their display. Both smartphones mounts a 5.5-inch display that has the resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. As far as the operating system is concern, Nokia Edge runs Android 7.0 Nougat OS out of the box whereas Sony Xperia XZ comes in Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) installed. As a result, the operating system of Nokia Edge has more updated than that of the Xperia XZ.

Memory

Nokia would equip its device with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM. Meanwhile, the smartphone of Sony features 3GB of memory paired with 32/64GB of inbuilt storage. As a result, the handset of Nokia might be better at multitasking than the Xperia XZ. In addition, those who need additional storage, Sony also offers microSD card slot for expanding up to 256GB. However, there is no official information whether the Nokia memory can be expanded or not. 

Camera

The smartphone of Nokia sports a 23MP main camera along with a 12MP front-facing shooter for selfie. Sharing the resolution value of primary sensor in common, however, the secondary camera of Sony is 13MP. That means selfie experience of Sony’s mobile would be a little better than Nokia Edge. Other Nokia Edge specs would be a USB Type-C, wireless headphone support, etc.

Price

Sony Xperia XZ is now available at the price $671, approximately. In casse of Nokia Edge, we expect its price tag would be from $650 to $700. It seems that the two handsets are competitive and tough rival to each other. So, if you want to own one immediately, then there’s only Sony Xperia XZ for you. But if you’re patient enough, let’s wait for Nokia Edge.

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