Wiko is one of the brands of smartphones Android with affordable prices, which has a very interesting offer. The company is committed devices with advanced features to tight cost, just what you are looking for the most users. In its catalog there are several levels and today we are going to compare two of its most colorful media choices, Wiko Bloom and Wiko Rainbow. The two have an attractive design available in bright colors and can enroll in the mid-range. Here we analyze their variations in a comparison.
The Wiko Rainbow is the broader of the two, with a panel of five inches compared to 4.7 inches on its opponent. Besides offering a larger area, The Wiko Rainbow also chest out in the resolution, which is situated in what, is known as HD, or what is the same 1,280 x 720 pixels. With this configuration reaches 294 ppi, while Wiko Bloom stays at 198 ppi as the resolution is WVGA (800 x 480 pixels). Both have a very similar design with slightly rounded corners, straight edges and the front cover by resistant glass that protects the screen. They also agree with offering colors, extending seven shades differently. Logically, the Wiko Rainbow is broader and also heavier, although it is not a difference too far-fetched.
The Wiko Rainbow logged back somewhat to equip an eight megapixel camera with BSI technology, a system that improves the results when taking photos in low light. The Wiko Bloom, meanwhile, sensor equipped five megapixels, but otherwise is at par. Both feature LED flash, autofocus, face detector, the app Camera magic cube to (delete objects or moving pictures), digital zoom of four increases and how HDR among others. They also agree in FullHD video recording and two-megapixel front camera. The media profile is the same for the whole range Wiko in both the formats supported and improved 3D sound. Also, they have a tuner FM radio sound stereo.
We continue with another draw, this time in the processor. Both comprise a processor Cortex A7 architected four cores operating at a clock frequency of 1.3 GHz. Memory RAM coincides (1 GB), so the performance will be at a very similar level. However, at this point there Wiko Bloom has Android 4.4 KitKat, the newest version of the mobile system from Google that is prepared to offer a performance as fluid as possible, including terminals that have little memory RAM.
Speaking of memory, we go to the internal capacity and, as has become customary in the terminals of the brand, the two are quite short. The manufacturer only includes a background of 4 GB, which will become available around the middle. Users who want to store enough data will have to use a card MicroSD to expand capacity (32 GB maximum).
Returning to the operating system, as mentioned, the Wiko Bloom makes is therefore very important to have the latest from Android, while The Wiko Rainbow is on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Both have the whole package of services Google, which consists of features like Gmail, Youtube, Google Maps, hangouts, Keep, Google Calendar, Google Navigation or Google Drive among others. Users can send emails, synchronize their calendars, make to-do lists, store files in the cloud and much more, only with applications that are installed as standard. Furthermore Store Google Play gives access to a catalog of hundreds of thousands of applications, so the possibilities are virtually limitless. KitKat Android 4.4 has some interesting improvements such as caller ID or Smart some interface changes. Currently there is no information on whether the Wiko Rainbow will be updated to this version.
The two terminals coincide again, in this case in the connections. The profile provides basic connectivity systems to run common tasks that are asked to a smartphone, starting with the Internet, we can carry out through mobile networks 3G or even WiFi if there is a nearby access point. They also have WiFi Hotspot to share the connection, Bluetooth file sharing, satellite GPS, MicroUSB and minijack headphone. A highlight of the Wiko terminal point is that they have dual SIM slot, thus allowing carrying two phone lines on a single smartphone.
The Wiko Bloom has a battery of 2,000 milliamps offering a duration using 13 or 14 hours, depending on the connection you are using, and up to 271 hours on standby. Meanwhile, the Wiko Rainbow has a stack of 2,350 milliamps and autonomy in use ranges between 10 and 16 hours, while attain 260 hours of rest.
The Wiko Bloom is the newest terminal of the two and has the advantage of coming with Android 4.4 KitKat series, which is saying something. However, it is relegated to second place on such important points as the screen, which is smaller and lower resolution, or its camera photos. However they both have the same processor, the same functions of the camera, the same pattern of connections and to provide a range rather similar. Also share a fault, is that its internal capacity is only 4 Gb. The Wiko Bloom costs 130 euros and Wiko Rainbow can be found for 160 euros, a more than reasonable difference given that the latter has more advanced features.
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