The two lovely mid-ranges of Samsung Galaxy
Samsung has a myriad of smartphone models in its catalog, which will be concentrated mainly in the low and mid ranges. The range is very wide, with models that differ by very little about one another. On this occasion we are going to compare the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus and Samsung Galaxy Express, two of its mid-range more widely known because they are available through several operators at good prices. Let’s see all the differences between these two mid-ranges below.
The first battle to be fought is the screen, which also is one of the most important. In this field is the Samsung Galaxy Express which takes the prize, first because its screen is Super AMOLED and second because it has a diagonal of 4.5 inches, a size wider, but that remains manageable. The resolution is 800 x 480 pixels and its density is 207 ppi. For its part, the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus account with a TFT panel 4 inches with the same resolution, so the density rises to 233 ppi.
The design of both models is a line quite similar, in which predominate on all curved forms and also highlights the silver frame that surrounds the entire terminal. The most obvious difference is in the size, still the Samsung Galaxy Express the larger of the two.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus as the Samsung Galaxy Express has a 5 megapixel camera in the rear with similar functions. The two have with LED flash, autofocus, smile detector and geo-tagging. However, they differ in the recording of videos, where the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is back to the record in quality HD720p, while its opponent registers FullHD ebony videos. They also have front-facing camera, but again the Samsung Galaxy Express takes the prize with a 1.3 megapixel sensor compared to the 0.3 megapixel Trend Plus.
Despite their differences, the two terminals are Android and offer support for a wide variety of media formats. In this sense there is no problem when viewing a picture, or play music or videos in both terminals.
The two models are well matched in terms of power, since both are equipped with a dual core processor 1.2 Ghz clock frequency. The difference comes with RAM memory, where the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus has to be content with 768 Mb while the Samsung Galaxy Express comes to 1 Gb. None of the two accounts with a setup very tip, but it should be borne in mind that has intermediate benefits, so they do not need more.
We turn to the internal memory and new moves forward the Samsung Galaxy Express, which has a fund of 8 Gb in total. The Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus has just over half (4 Gb), and both are compatible with MicroSD memory cards of up to 32 GB.
There is a new tie in the operating system, which is none other than Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean. There is a new release just in fact was launched in June 2012, more than a year and a half. Despite its age has a feature like Google Now assistant, besides the package of Google applications including Gmail, Google Drive, Google Maps, Navigation, Picasa or YouTube and others.
The Samsung Galaxy Express has already proven to be superior in some respects, but the connections are one of those who mark the difference. This model has an LTE chip that allows you to connect to 4G mobile networks, which offer speeds much faster download. It also has WiFi Direct for files and an NFC chip that serves multiple functions, such as making payments or transfer data simply approaching the terminal to a receiver share. The two have 3G connection and WiFi, in addition to the WiFi Hotspot system to share the connection and convert the device into a sort of portable modem.. They also have DLNA (doubles the screen with a compatible TV or monitor), GPS antenna, Bluetooth 4.0, MicroUSB port and headphone minijack plug.
The Samsung Galaxy Express has a larger panel, so you need a larger battery, specifically talking about 2,000 milliamps. Official data indicate a range of 8 hours if we surf the Internet via 3G networks, say nothing about 4G but we can assume that the time will be less. On the other hand the use time is between 19 and 11 hours when the 2G and 3G connections are used respectively. The Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus features a 1500 milliamp battery that may be on 7 hours 3G network browsing, 8 hours talk time and up to 310 hours standby.
Although they share some features, the Samsung Galaxy Express Lead at key points and get position as the most comprehensive and versatile option. Start has a larger screen Super AMOLED, but also has the advantage of being able to connect to 4G networks, which is unusual in midrange terminals. Its range is also superior, as well as its internal memory. The Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus is back, although it also draws attention to a important both with the price.