25/07/2024

Wearable

The Best Wearable Gadgets

Sony Ericsson Aino Vs Sony Ericsson Satio

Sony Ericsson Aino Vs Sony Ericsson Satio

Nowadays camera phones are in craze as almost every third person wants to have an excellent camera in his or her phone. Sony Ericsson Aino and Sony Ericsson Satio (Idou) are 3G capable superb camera phones with many other extraordinary features. Both of these smartphones are similar in many aspects but still there are some differences between these so let’s find out with what are the dissimilarities here.

Display presentment

The slider phone Aino is comprised with a compact shaped casing that is 104 x 50 x 15.5 mm in dimensions and weighs 134 grams. On the top of the phone there is a 3 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen supporting 16 Million colours at 432 x 240 Pixels resolution. It has limited touchscreen functionality and also owns accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate.

Sony’s Satio also comes with TFT touchscreen which is wider than its competitor measuring 3.5 inches with 640 x 360 Pixels resolution and providing 16 Million colours. The phone is much handy as its overall weight is just of 126 grams and the physical dimensions are 111 x 54 x 15 mm. This one also embeds accelerometer sensor and Touch Screen Controls.

Multimedia Attributes

Both are surprisingly impressive camera gadgets as Aino possesses 8.1 MP camera enhanced by several functions and video calling capabilities. And the 12.1 MP amazing camera of Satio will simply amaze you more than the earlier one. In addition, another VGA videocall camera has been also provided.

If we talk about music, both superbly featured with excellent music players and video players with a set of unique features such as Aino encompasses Album Art, TrackID, MegaBass, PlayNow, SensMe, Clear Bass, Clear Stereo, Shake Control, Stereo Speakers etc. And Satio brings along Album Art Display, Forward, Rewind, Pause, Play List, PlayNow etc. Both are having Bluetooth® Stereo (A2DP) and FM Radio RDS.

Other Major Specifications

High speed data transfer and downloading is possible on both the gadgets via 3G HSDPA, HSUPA, WLAN Wi-Fi, HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth & USB connectivity choices. Web browsing options are WAP 2.0/HTML browser (NetFront 3.5 in case of Aino) and RSS reader of both of the smartphones. GPS navigation system is the common feature of these widgets supported with Google Maps. As far as memory is concerned, both these are having 8GB memory cards included and allow up to 32 GB expandable memory but Aino incorporates 55 MB embedded memory while Satio has 128 MB built-in memory. Document Reader and Editor are available only on Satio but you can’t avoid YouTube & Facebook applications, Tracker & Walk Mate of Aino. SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging, Email & Predictive Text Input are commonly facilitated through both of the rivals but Aino also supports Exchange ActiveSync and Sound Recorder.