Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-05-18
Updated on:Apr 27, 2015
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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.
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As the middle child from Sony Mobile`s NXT family, the Xperia P steps out from behind the Xperia S` shadow with its own 4-inch screen -- and a touch of WhiteMagic. Screen technology aside, the phone`s design follows a path very similar to Sony`s latest flagship and picks up a few quirks of its own on the way. The see-through button strip is actually touch-sensitive on Sony`s 2012 middle-weight -- a curious oversight on the bigger model. It packs ...
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Cons: Outdated Android 2.3 OS Too much unwanted software So-so gaming performance
The fact that we’re starting to see dual-core phones at entry-level price points is a testament to the tremendous pace at which smartphone technology is advancing. Last year this kind of multiprocessing horsepower was reserved for only the most expensive handsets, but as we cross over into the second half of 2012, we’re increasingly seeing these chips in mid-range and low-end phones too. One such device is the Sony Xperia P. Sitting b...
Pros: The Xperia P is a well-designed handset with solid build quality, a good-looking screen and an excellent rear camera. Extras like NFC support and HDMI connectivity are welcomed. WhiteMagic and Bravia Engine make for a excellent image quality.
Cons: Gingerbread, Gingerbread, Gingerbread. The transparent element makes for awkward capacitive button responsiveness. Poor battery life when idling. A little software instability.
Verdict: The Xperia P has a lot going for it in the arenas of hardware and multimedia prowess. But the use of Gingerbread is a big problem for the device, as it is for the other Xperia NXT handsets. These phones need ICS to be able to compete on software and ...
The Sony Xperia P is the company`s first smartphone to feature WhiteMagic technology. we are dealing with a reasonably priced mid-range Android handset with some pretty decent specs. The processor inside it has a couple of cores ticking at 1GHz, an......
Pros: Display with outstanding outdoor visibility ; Camera is really good ; Great in-call audio quality
Cons: Gingerbread at launch ; Display colors could have been more accurate
Verdict: The Sony Xperia P is only an inch away from being the ultimate mid-range Android smartphone u2013 packed with cool features, yet relatively inexpensive considering what you`re getting in exchange. And what you get is a great camera, pretty interface,...