On my mobile right now, but some rough calculations based on how loss of lift increase in drag is estimated/calculated on really low AR wings, tells me the 14% smaller wing will still have the same or more "lift" (or sink rate which is time you can glide without power/kite, as the ability to ride in low wind with the same amount of power is depending on drag also).
Maybe not much difference between the stated wings though.
The low AR big wing will be easier to ride, and have a gentler more forgiving stall.
Can be pushed to almost a dead stop, without stalling.
Less pitch sensitive.
But the small one, besides the same, will have quite a better upwind angle, which can be the determining factor in marginal winds.
Able to ride faster, and still same low end.
Span only 3% different so the small area one would probably turn just as fast and feel more nimble.
Also feel more "rigid" though, which some like others don't.
Everything else being equal regarding profile, as you asked
My estimations at least.