Sony Xperia M5 vs Huawei P8 vs Xiaomi Mi 4: specs comparison

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Sony Xperia M5 vs Huawei P8 vs Xiaomi Mi 4: specs comparison
Sony today announced two new Android Lollipop smartphones: the Xperia C5 Ultra, and the Xperia M5. While the C5 Ultra may be the one with a more interesting look (that near bezel-less display is not going to go unnoticed), the Xperia M5 is the device that packs more advanced features.

Presented by Sony as a "super mid-range" smartphone, the Xperia M5 sports a 5-inch 1080p display, and is the very first Xperia to be powered by a 64-bit, 2.0 GHz octa-core Helio X10 MT6795 processor - one of MediaTek's newest chipsets. More importantly, the M5 features a 21.5 MP rear camera with super fast hybrid autofocus (only 0.25 seconds, according to Sony), f/2.2 aperture, ISO 3200, and 4K video recording. This rear camera could be Sony's best yet - although, of course, we'll have to test it in order to be sure of that.

The new Sony handset is dust- and water-resistant (IP68-certified), further featuring a 13 MP front-facing camera, 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable storage space, and a 2600 mAh battery.

Let's compare the full specs of the Xperia M5 with those of two similarly-sized 1080p Android smartphones, shall we? To go head to head with the M5, we've picked the Huawei P8 (which itself has a very good rear camera, as our review is concluding), and the Xiaomi Mi 4 (a hugely popular 5-inch 1080p smartphone - at least in Asia). Let us know which one you'd rather buy, assuming money isn't a problem. Speaking of money, Sony didn't announce the price of the Xperia M5, but the handset could cost around $400, and should be launched sometime later this month.

Sony Xperia M5 vs Huawei P8 vs Xiaomi Mi 4


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