In the month of February, theJapanese Tech conglomerate Sony launched a smartphone called Sony Xperia P, whichfrom the very outset looks like a handset that will fulfill the promise thatSony made to the public when it dropped ‘Ericsson’ from its name - the promiseof keep coming with mind blowing smartphones all the time. Sony Xperia P seemsto be having all the necessary credentials that a gadget needs to become amajor hit in the market. In this article we will try to find out what is thereal mettle of this handset, of course there are pros and cons.
So let’s start with the pros,the first and the foremost high point of the handset is its dual core 1GHzCortex A9 processor, which is wellcomplimented by a 1GB RAM; this combination means intergalactic speed. Movingforward the handset sports a bright 4inch display screen, which is a LEDbacklit LCD screen with a resolution of 540x960 p.
The 16GB internal storagecapacity onboard is a big boon for the gadget lover; it on one hand lets theuser store humongous amount of things and on another it does not compromise onthe computing speed of the machine.
The goodness doesn’t end there,in the connectivity segment, the Xperia P has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, the devicecan function as Wi-Fi hot spot. Then it has got NFC, which enables you to moveahead of the plastic money age. Then it has Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR.Like all the Sony handsets, it has got a stunning 8Mp camera on the front andfor video chat it has got a camera on the front too.
All the above mentioned specsare class acts but the phone has some follies that could jeopardize its marketfaring: the phone has got a fixed battery that users can not get rid of. Thenit still runs on the Gingerbread OS. The handset has a big storage capacity nodoubt, but if there was an expansion capacity, it would have added glitter toglory.
Yes, there are some high pointsand there are some low ones, but if I have to give a verdict I would say thatthe Sony Xperia P is a gem and you should not miss it. It has got all mysincere recommendations.
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