Galaxy W vs. Xperia Neo V: Vice Wersa

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    Introduction
    Single-core droids will only be getting cheaper and there's plenty to choose from. But if you want to get the best out of a tight budget, making the right choice can prove to be a challenge. We're looking at two phones that launched at the same time and have very similar specs and price points. The Samsung Galaxy W and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V are middle of the Android pack. There're many above them in the ranks but few are as easy to afford.
    The Galaxy W currently costs slightly more, so we'll try and answer whether you get extra value or whether the Xperia Neo V is a real steal instead.
    [img width=580 height=415]http://st.gsmarena.com/vv/reviewsimg/galaxy-w-vs-xperia-neo-v/gsmarena_001.jpg[/img]
    Before we put both phones through our battery of tests, we let them throw a few warm-up punches:
    Samsung Galaxy W I8150 over Xperia Neo V
    Thinner (11.5mm vs. 13mm) and 11g lighter
    Faster processor: 1.4GHz over 1GHz
    DNSe sound enhancement technology
    Document editor over doc viewer
    Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V over Samsung Galaxy W
    Promised update to Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich
    microHDMI port over no TV-Out
    Slightly higher-res screen: FWVGA (480x854) vs. WVGA (480x800)
    Scratch-resistant glass
    Currently cheaper
    It seems the Xperia Neo V has a couple of advantages that catch the eye, the ICS update and HDMI port being most notable. That's a great start for the cheaper phone.
    However, the Galaxy W hasn't given up trying to justify the extra cost. It's got a faster processor packed in a thinner body and dedicated sound-enhancing technology to boot.

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    i for even use n82 take compare this two except 4 em 1gmhz and 1gram feature

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    SUBERO

    na u sabi bro no prob
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    Re: SUBERO


    but oyibo man say there is no harm in trying
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    men!d tin na bomb, gsmarena 1 kil me

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    There's a battery of very sophisticated phones but one thing is that very few know abt them and their apps 're still not totally prominent


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