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Samsung Galaxy S5 VS Sony Xperia Z2 VS HTC One (M8)

Samsung Galaxy S5 VS Sony Xperia Z2 VS HTC One (M8) 1.Both HTC One (M8) and Samsung Galaxy S5 have 16 and 32GB in-built storage capacities, but only the 16GB variants are available in India. Sony Xperia Z2 offers 16GB internal storage as well. All three smartphones support microSD cards with up to 128GB capacities. 2.HTC One (M8) comes with 50GB free Google Drive storage for two years, while Sony Xperia Z2 comes with free 50GB Box storage (lifetime) and 1TB Bitcasa storage (3 months). Samsung trumps the two with 50GB free Dropbox storage (2 years), 1TB Bitcasa storage (3 months) and 50GB Box storage (3 months) offered with Galaxy S5. 3.Sony Xperia Z2 has the biggest battery of the three at 3,200mAh and lasts nearly one and a half days on a single charge. Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) have battery capacities of 2,800mAh and 2,600mAh, respectively and can easily operate a full day once the battery is full. 4.Samsung Galaxy S5 has a built-in heart rate monitor beside the rear camera, while a fingerprint scanner is integrated into its Home button; the fingerprint scanner can be used to authorize mobile payments via PayPal. 5.HTC One (M8) has two rear cameras; the primary rear camera is used to capture the photo, while the secondary rear camera is used to create silhouettes, alter depth and add bokeh effect through the UFocus feature.Sony Xperia Z2, on the other hand, has no such special features 6.HTC One (M8) features a metal body and looks the sturdiest and most attractive of the three. Sony Xperia Z2 has a plastic-and-glass body, surrounded by a metal frame on the sides; it features the Omnibalance design that was introduced last year, and is the heaviest of the three smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S5 is the lightest of the three smartphones and is made entirely of plastic. 7.Sony Xperia Z2 has the biggest screen size out of the three, featuring a 5.2-inch IPS display. Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) sport 5.1- and 5-inch displays, respectively. All three smartphones have Full HD resolution and more pixels than the human eye can discern. 8.All three smartphones pack powerful hardware under the hood. HTC One (M8) has a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB RAM, while Sony Xperia Z2 has the same processor, but clocked at 2.3GHz; the Sony smartphone has 3GB RAM, the highest among the three. The India variant of Samsung Galaxy S5 runs on an eight-core processor (four 1.9GHz high-power cores and four 1.3GHz low-power cores) with 2GB RAM. 9.Both Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5 have IP 67 certification and can withstand being dropped in up to 1 metre in water for 30 minutes. All the ports are covered by flaps in the two phones, except the earphone jacks (which have water-repellent coating). HTC One (M8) has no such water-resistant features 10.Sony Xperia Z2 has the maximum megapixel count among the three smartphones, bringing a 20.7MP rear camera to the battle. Samsung Galaxy S5 comes second in the megapixel race with a 16MP camera. HTC lags in the megapixel race, featuring a 4MP UltraPixel sensor; however, it has two cameras on the back. 11.Samsung Galaxy S5 has used a toned-down version of TouchWiz UI, with flatter and round icons. It offers Flipboard-powered My Magazine app and a less-intrusive quick access bar for essential apps. It has less preloaded apps and bloatware than previous Samsung smartphones. HTC One (M8) has the least bloatware of the three and retains Blinkfeed, which brings news and social

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