Features Key features of the Xperia SP  vs Galaxy Win 

screen size

Xperia SP
4.6"
Galaxy Win
4.7"
The excellent camera and range of connectivity that includes NFC and 4G go hand-in-hand with a great design and a screen size that will be just right for someone that doesn't want a high-end 5-inch monster.
Xperia SP | by TechRadar (May, 2013)

screen resolution

Xperia SP
1280 x 720
Galaxy Win
800 x 480
There's a clear line between today's midrange market and fullHD flagship territory, but the 720p resolution on the 4.6" display is not overly stretched, and results in a respectable pixel density of 319ppi.
Xperia SP | by GSM Arena (Mar, 2013)

memory

Xperia SP
1 GB
Galaxy Win
1 GB

processor

Xperia SP
Dual core
Galaxy Win
Quad core
The Premier features a more impressive 720p AMOLED screen, but its dual-core CPU is however inferior to the Xperia SP processor.
Xperia SP | by GSM Arena (Apr, 2013)

camera resolution

Xperia SP
8 MP
Galaxy Win
5 MP
The Sony Xperia SP is equipped with an 8 megapixel camera that can produce still shots with a maximum resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels.
Xperia SP | by GSM Arena (Apr, 2013)

Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of Sony Xperia SP

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Supports NFC Yes vs No Somewhat common; Enables payment by phone and other wireless communications
Much longer standby time (3G) 42,336 min vs 12,672 min More than 3.2x longer standby time (3G)
Is 4G Yes vs No Somewhat common; Supports the fastest, most reliable networks
Significantly sharper screen 319 ppi vs 198 ppi More than 60% sharper PPI; enjoy photo-realistic, crisp images
Much better theoretical download speed 100 Mb/s vs 7.2 Mb/s Around 14x better theoretical download speed; enjoy lightning fast downloads on modern networks
Faster processor 1.7 GHz vs 1.2 GHz More than 40% faster processor; run computation-intensive applications, such as photo editing, faster
Higher resolution 1280 x 720 vs 800 x 480 Around 2.5x higher resolution
Higher resolution front camera 8 MP vs 5 MP 60% higher resolution front camera; Video chat with other people
Records higher def video 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps vs 720 x 480 @ 30 fps 6x higher def video
More battery capacity 2,370 mA·h vs 2,000 mA·h Around 20% more battery capacity
Longer talk time (3G) 793.8 min vs 660 min More than 20% longer talk time (3G); go days without charging
Back view of Samsung Galaxy Win

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Samsung Galaxy Win

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More cores Quad core vs Dual core Twice as many cores; each additional core lets your phone do more without visible UI slowdowns and jerkiness
Lighter 144 g vs 155 g More than 5% lighter

Specifications Full list of technical specs

screen

Xperia SP  vs
Galaxy Win 
Size 4.6" 4.7"
Resolution 1280 x 720 800 x 480
Touchscreen Capacitive Capacitive
Multitouch Yes Yes
PPI 319 ppi 198 ppi

hardware

Clock speed 1.7 GHz 1.2 GHz
Number of cores Dual core Quad core
RAM 1 GB 1 GB
Internal storage 8 GB 8 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
SDHC
SD

photo & video

Camera 8 MP 5 MP
Resolution 8 MP 5 MP
Flash Yes Yes
Secondary camera 0.3 MP 0.3 MP
Video resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps 720 x 480 @ 30 fps

cellular

Generation 4G 3.5G
Networks
LTE (100 Mb/s)
GPRS (0.01 Mb/s)
HSUPA (5.76 Mb/s)
UMTS (0.38 Mb/s)
EDGE (0.38 Mb/s)
Unknown (7.2 Mb/s)
HSDPA (7.2 Mb/s)
HSDPA+ (42.2 Mb/s)
GSM (0.01 Mb/s)

battery

Talk time (3G) 793.8 min 660 min
Standby time (3G) 42,336 min 12,672 min
Capacity 2,370 mA·h 2,000 mA·h

form factor

Xperia SP  vs
Galaxy Win 
Weight 155 g 144 g
Thickness 10 mm 9.7 mm
Size 67.1 x 130.6 x 10 mm 70.7 x 133.3 x 9.7 mm

sensors

Has an assisted GPS Yes Yes

music

Supports FM radio Yes Yes

software

Operating system Android 4.4 Android 4.1
Multitasking Yes Yes
App store Android Market Android Market
Adobe flash support No No
App store size 850,000 apps 850,000 apps

connectivity

Acts as a wi-fi hotspot Yes Yes
Supports NFC Yes No
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0 Bluetooth v3.0
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