The Xperia Z shoots 13MP shots, and HDR videos
Both phones offer great performance, but the Xperia's may be better
The Xperia Z is thinner, slightly longer, about the same width
The Xperia Z's display is slightly bigger, and has many more pixels
How does Sony's new Xperia Z compare to the Samsung Galaxy S III?
The Xperia Z is "waterproof," while the Galaxy S III is growing old gracefully (old man image via Shutterstock)
The Xperia Z's RAM equals the U.S. Galaxy S III's, and doubles the international version's
Samsung offers three storage options for the S3, while Sony is sticking with 16GB
The Xperia Z is heavier, but it also has higher quality build materials
Both phones offer fast LTE data speeds
Sony's battery has slightly higher capacity
Last year, the Samsung Galaxy S III was the undisputed King of Android. Many expect its inevitable follow-up to repeat in 2013. But one company hoping to carve out its own piece of the pie is Sony. Its Xperia Z is the Japanese company's most serious foray into smartphones. How does it stack up against 2012's best? Let's take a look.
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