Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Duos Vs. Asus Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Specs Comparison
Galaxy Gran Prime Duos Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Design and Construction
The Galaxy Gran Prime Duos closely resembles the Galaxy S5, as does the Galaxy Win 2 Duos. The device finish is made of smooth polycarbonate throughout, only the rear has a slightly ceramic touch. The device is not a masterpiece of design, but at least it does not have features inspired by other devices. The handling of the Galaxy Gran Duos Prime is pleasant, and its polycarbonate finish gives the model good ergonomics.
The Asus device has a soft-touch finish with protruding edges, and a brushed aluminum plate positioned at the bottom of the device. The ergonomics when handling the device is optimal, but the use of both hands is essential. Zenfone 5 is vastly larger than the Galaxy Gran Prime Duos, yet its finer finish.
Galaxy Gran Prime Duos Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Screen
The LG Volt and Zenfone 5 have HD (1280 x 720) resolution display, and share the same screen technology: IPS LCD. The Asus device has 5 inches of screen (294 ppi), while the LG model delivers 4.7 inches (312 ppi). The Galaxy Gran Prime Duos is below its competitors in terms of screen, and delivers a WVGA resolution of 540×960 pixels.
Galaxy Gran Prime Duos Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Software
All devices in this benchmark have proprietary interfaces, ie, versions of Android that receive customizations from their manufacturers. LG Volt leaves the factory with Android Lollipop 5.0.1 and LG UI user interface, with the same visual features found in LG G3, including wallpapers. The software is fluid, but slower animations can be observed between menu transitions. The LG Volt features classic Knock On / Off, Knock Code and gesture functions, including the ability to take a selfie with one hand movement.
Galaxy Gran Duos Prime Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Performance
The Zenfone 5 packaged by the 1.2GHZ dual-core Intel Atom Z2560 processor and 2GB of RAM. The dual-core processor used in Zenfone 5 has its merits, mainly through the use of Intel Hyper-Threading Technology. The technology uses processor resources more efficiently, allowing multiple threads to run on each core. Core virtualization optimizes processor productivity, improving battery consumption and overall software performance. In fact, the device has an above average performance even after upgrading to Android Lollipop.
The LG Volt (H4220) packaged by the 1.3GHz quad-core Mediatek MT6582 processor and 1GB of RAM. The graphics are processed through the Mali 400 GPU, capable of rotating titles like Sonic Dash, Angry Birds and Aslphalt 8 with reduced special effects. Android Lollipop 5.0.1 runs without delays or freezes on the LG Volt, there is a slight delay while opening the app drawer.
The Galaxy Gran Prime Duos is packaged by the 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM. The graphics are processed by the GPU Adreno 206, capable of rotating various titles available on the Play Store. The usability of the system is not compromised, and only minor delays are noted during the transition of interface effects.
Galaxy Gran Prime Duos Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Technical Specifications
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Duos
Asus Zenfone 5
144.7 x 72.4 x 8.6 mm
148.2 x 72.8 x 5.5 mm
133.3 x 66.1 x 9.9 mm
5 "TFT LCD
5 "IPS LCD
4.7 "IPS LCD
1280 x 720 pixels (294 ppi)
1280 x 720 pixels (312 ppi)
Android KiKat 4.4.4
Android Lollipop 5.0.2
Android Lollipop 5.0.2
Intel Atom Z256
Bluetooth / 3G / GPS / Wi-Fi
3G / Bluetooth / 3G / GPS / WIFI
LTE / Bluetooth / 3G / GPS / WIFI
Galaxy Gran Duos Prime Vs. Zenfone 5 vs. LG Volt: Conclusion
If you are looking for a device with connectivity dual chip, all models tested deliver this option. Digital TV is also present in these two last mentioned models. However, Zenfone 5 delivers the best hardware and software performance mainly because it has 2GB of RAM. The Asus device delivers the ultimate experience for heavier gaming and multitasking, even after upgrading to Android Lollipop. Second is the LG Volt, which delivers a sleek design, satisfying settings and crisp display. Samsung's device ranks third because of its overall cost / benefit ratio, being the slightly less interesting alternative among the tested models.
What about, do you have any devices from our comparative? What's your favorite?
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