Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:May 02, 2016
Release Date: May 18, 2012 (Official)
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A Smart Attractive Advanced Smartphone
Sony Xperia P is a smartphone with extra sensitive screen along with White Technology Magic. The device offers sensors like Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass etc and also features a high resolution camera for the best results at its every shot. Sony Xperia P has a great internal memory of 16GB and also offers a good connectivity to keep you connected with the world.
Sony Xperia P (Red)
Usually Delivered in 5-6 business days
Sony Xperia P (Black)
4-6 Working Days
Rs. 11,500 Flat Rs. 700 OFF
Flat Rs.700 Off
Sony Xperia P LT22i
2-3 Working Days
Sony Xperia P LT22i GSM Mobile Phone (Black)
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Sony Xperia P LT22i
Out Of Stock1-4 Working Days
In case you\'ve lost count, it\'s now been six months since Google released the source code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. If you\'re a regular reader of our reviews, you\'ll know exactly what\'s coming next: the Sony Xperia P is running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Now, I believe Sony when it says that an Ice Cream Sandwich update is right around the corner, but frankly, I don\'t care. There\'s just no excuse for releasing a device without ICS ...
Pros: Rock-solid build WhiteMagic display is a revelation High-quality camera
Cons: Outdated Android 2.3 OS Too much unwanted software So-so gaming performance
Overall User Rating (4.3 Out of 5 based on 426 ratings)
Overall: I bought the xperia P two days after its launch since I truly fell in love with its beautiful aluminum body. I liked all its features as well. It would have been an high end phone if not for the 1Ghz processor.
One concern while buying was its battery! Having used for 5 days now, I can tell you that the battery life is very good. Its Whitemagic is AWESOME, constantly calibrating the phone's brightness according to light conditions. I hear that the processor is low battery consuming too. Overall, i have no complaints till now.
So for all the critics and reviewers who are slating the phone for its battery rating will get a lot of stick once the actual Xperia P users post their reviews about the battery.
Don't you think Sony's got no sense in putting a low rated battery in a 24k model. Do u think your more clever than Sony's Japanese researchers?? Think AGAIN!!!