Wiko is one of the brands of reference when speaking of economic Android smartphones and, since its appearance in the last year; it has been made with a fairly complete catalog. Within its offer several levels, but if you are looking for maximum savings are two models with very competitive prices. The Wiko Cink Slim was one of the first to be presented, it is a terminal compact, with a basic technical background but who does not lack anything. On the other hand, we have the Wiko Fizz, presented a few days ago and only with similar benefits. We do a comparison of these two terminals.
We started with a draw, and the two terminals have a display of four inches in diagonal and resolution WVGA, which is equivalent to 480 x 800 pixels and 233 dots per inch density. However, it is noteworthy that the panel of the Wiko Cink Slim type is IPS LCD and multitouch, while the Wiko Fizz gestures only allow a single finger. Both carry an ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the brightness of the panel.
The Wiko Fizz is more current and it shows in its design, which is more attractive and stylish than its opponent. The Wiko Fizz has a more elegant look with polished forms, while the Wiko Cink Slim commitment curved lines somewhat bulky. Both have almost the same dimensions, but the Wiko Cink Slim is quite lighter, with a weight of just over 100 grams.
The Wiko Cink Slim out chest in the camera section having a rear eight megapixel sensor. In addition to having more resolution integrates an auto focus system, you can record videos in quality HD720p and its front camera is 1.3 megapixels. The Wiko Fizz has a primary sensor of five megapixels and its biggest drawback is that the focus is fixed, so you can not get very close to the object photographed nor choose which part of the image will be in focus.
It also carries front camera but is VGA (0.3 megapixels) and record videos in resolution FWVGA, equivalent to 864 x 480 pixels. The two share features such as LED flash for taking pictures in low light, the four digital zoom magnification, face detector, geo-tagging, white balance and editor integrated image. There is a tie in the multimedia section. Both models have FM radio, 3D sound and a system of dictation.
We continue with more similar, and the two terminals have a dual core processor operating at 1 GHz and 512 MB RAM support. This is a pretty basic configuration that does not allow us to perform complex tasks too, such as using games with great graphics load or open many applications simultaneously. They also agree on the internal memory, with a background of four Gb capacity and option to extend to 32 GB extra if you use a memory card MicroSD.
The two terminals have the platform Android, but in both cases it is an old version. The Wiko Slim Cink came standard with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, and a delivery that is almost two years old, while the Wiko Fizz has Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean which was released in October 2012. Despite being somewhat outdated serial, two terminals are compatible with the vast majority of applications of Google Play shop and have the package of Google. Among the preinstalled applications are Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk, Google Drive and Google Chrome.
Again there are many similarities in the connections, although here the Wiko Fizz is advanced by a couple of points. The first is that its 3G connection is faster (21 Mbps vs 7.2 Mbps) and is the second leading port Bluetooth 4.0 while the Slim Cink is a Bluetooth 2.1. Otherwise find the same systems that include WiFi, Hotspot of WiFi to share the connection, antenna GPS, MicroUSB 2.0, headphone and dual SIM slot to carry two phone lines in the same terminal.
The Wiko Slim Cink has a set of 1,600 milliamps on allowing you to be around nine or thirteen hours in us or, depending on the connection you are using, and up to 202 hours on standby. The Wiko Fizz takes a battery of 1,500 milliamps that can handle almost twelve hours and 330 hours standby.
As mentioned earlier, the two are basic and compact models with discounted prices, but there are enough differences to tip the balance to one side. The Wiko Slim Cink is older and plays at a disadvantage in points as the system version or operating speed of its connection. Its strengths are a multi-touch screen and higher resolution camera with autofocus. The Wiko Fizz has a version of Android a little more current, but on a technical level is below its opponent. Its advantage is that it costs 80 euros and the Wiko Cink Slim costs 130 euros.