Asus Zenfone 2
Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-02-21
Updated on:Apr 18, 2015
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Jazzy Phone with HD Reality Display
Sony Xperia S is a very stylish phone from Sony with brilliant camera for taking and sharing high quality photos and videos. Though the price is little above compared with other budget smartphones, it comes as a great entertainment device. The high speed processor makes the user to run multiple tasks at same time. In spite of not having microSD support, the phone has enough flash memory for storing all necessary data. The GPU processor comes as a boon supporting most of the mobile games to benefit mobile game lovers.
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36 Photos Pros Cons The Xperia S is well-equipped for entertainment, with an amazing screen, HDMI and good streaming capabilities. But those looking for more well-rounded strengths will be disappointed. 17 Photos "While the Sony Entertainment Network storefront is fully integrated among the various Sony devices compatible with the Video Unlimited service and the PlayStation Network Video Store, our device domain model currently restricts playback...
Google announced Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on October 18th, 2011, which was swiftly followed by the release of the Galaxy Nexus a month later. Today we\'re approaching springtime in 2012 and yet Sony is only offering Android 2.3.7 on the Xperia S. Of course, Sony isn\'t alone in badly lagging the official OS launch date with actual ICS hardware, but that doesn\'t alter the fact that the company is shipping out a product with software that\'s...
Pros: Attractive, distinctive design High-definition display Strong camera performance Good voice clarity and reception
Cons: Ships with dated software Color banding may spoil display for some Still no good reason to care about PlayStation certification No microSD card slot or user-accessible battery
Update: We`ve taken a better look at the NFC capabilities of the Xperia S and played with the SmartWatch in a bit more depth - check out our findings. So Sony has paid Ericsson off with a nice little divorce settlement and is now single and ready to rock - and the result is the 12MP-camera, HD screen-toting Sony Xperia S. Obviously, it`s a line carried over from the Sony Ericsson era which saw the maker release an Xperia handset on what felt like...
Pros: Fantastic screen, NFC capability, High quality camera, Premium build, Large internal storage,
Cons: Easy to drop, No microSD slot, Slightly poor battery life, Fat chassis, Only Android 2.3,
Verdict: It might not be cheap (yet), but we`re impressed with the power and poise of Sony`s first solo foray...
Sony is going it alone in the smartphone world and the first device to bring in the new era will be the feature-packed Sony Xperia S. We go hands-on...
Pros: Powerful and fast ; Good stills and full-HD video ; Decent media/app hubs
Cons: Mediocre design ; PlayStation bits disappoint ; No Ice Cream Sandwich
Verdict: Sony believes this new era can resurrect its ailing smartphone brand and the Xperia S appears to be a good start. With Sony going it alone in the smartphone world we`d expect more distinct designs from the company in the near future. However, it`s......
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