The international brands like Motorola, HTC, Lenovo, and Sony had made a very strong comeback in the smartphone market this year. Motorola had launched their Moto G, HTC unveiled their new Desire series model 310, Lenovo with an innovative A526, and Sony offers Xperia E1. These mid range feature-rich phones are also coming up at very competitive price tags to beat the local players.
A brief comparison of the display of these models are like Motorola Moto G is featuring a 4.5-inch HD (1280x720p) display with 329 ppi. Desire 310 of HTC as well as Lenovo A526 comes with similar 4.5-inch FWVGA (480x854p) and 218 ppi pixel density. Xperia E1 Dual from Sony is however the smallest among the lot with 4-inch WVGA (with 800x480p) TFT LCD display.
In terms of the processors, Motorola Moto G and Sony sport Snapdragon chipsets by Qualcomm. However, Moto G got powered with the processor of Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quad-core and Xperia E1 god dual-ships featuring 1.2GHz dual-core processor. HTC and Lenovo got Taiwan made MediaTek silicon chip sporting 1.3GHz Quad-core Cortex A7 processor, which is rather a cheaper variant. HTC Desire 301 and Lenovo A526 come with 4GB in-built memory with an expandable 32GB. Moto G has two variants as 8GB and 16GB; however not having a microSD slot.