- Size (LWH): 0.43 inches, 2.36 inches, 4.8 inches
- Weight: 4.16 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 470 hours
Sony Xperia P Lt 22i 16gb 4.0" 1.0 ghz 8 mp black Android 2.3 Factory Unlocked Black
- Brand-new Sony Xperia P LT22i quadband 3G (850/900/1900/2100)
- 4" Reality Display
- Aluminium body
- 8 mega pixels camera with quickstart (1,5sec!)
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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I upgraded from an Xperia x10i mini, and going to this, I am amazed.
It has a great big screen with good quality, instead of only 3 colors, Sony decided to add white, so it is a lot brighter, also in sunlight, than others.
So far it has the android 2.3, but the upgrade to 4.0.1 will come some time soon, in the fall.
One thing I did not know until I bought it, was that it uses MicroSIM, so I had to get a new sim-card. This was not said in the previews and on Sony Mobile's website.
The camera is 8mp and it aslo has a front-view vga camera for videocalls.
The touchscreen can be controlled with up to 4 fingers.
The phone is made of steel, so it can handle some scrathes and a few falls, but if you get one that is not silver, the color will scratch. I therefore recommend getting a rubber-cover for it.
Xperia P has an internal memory of 16 GB, where about 11 GB are available. Sadly, there is no slot for en extra memory card, but I figured I could live without. 11 GB is still a lot.
The speaker is pretty decent, though I have heard better (my x10i mini was probably almost just as good).
Another thing is that the battery is only 1300 mAh, which is not much for a phone with a great big screen like this. You may have to charge your phone up to twice a day, if you use it very heavily. On the other hand, it charges very quickly. From 0 to 100% it takes about 2 hours. If you turn the phone off while charging, it takes less. If you make sure you turn off wifi when you don't use it, and other battery-suckers like it, the phone may need to charge once a day
Overall, despite the cons, I am very pleased with this phone, it gives me great entertainment, and I do recommend it for you Xperia-lovers.
The music player is a breeze to use and setup, and the lock screen widget is very handy...I recall having to get an extra app on my previous phone before the music experience was as good as the Xperia's. I'm no audiophile, but I like what I hear. Other basic stuff seem to work very well...wifi & bluetooth setup is straightforward and no weird disconnections so far. I did have to fiddle about with the microsim before I realized you really need to push it back into the sim tray before it's securely locked.
I think that's the much I can say so far given I've had the phone for about four hours now. In case of anything, I shall post an update. All in all, a solid phone with a premium feel to it. Would have been nice to beef up the battery capacity a bit, but given my average usage, it'll do just fine
If you use GPS navigation a lot it will run down the battery quickly, but when I use that feature I'm in the car so have power cord available. I personally don't know people that use cell phone GPS for walking so for most the built-in battery will work fine. Don't get me wrong, I miss having a spare battery available for easy replacement, but it looks like everyone is going this route lately. The only thing I've found wrong with this phone is what is wrong with all Android phones when compared to the iPhone, the setup. It is pretty neat that you have more personal choice what is on your phone and that you can always root your phone and open up many more possibilities, but it is too time consuming to really get Android where you want it.
Plenty of screens for your icons, runs quickly for all the programs I've thrown at it, plenty of built-in storage unless you're a very, very heavy music lover or videophile, then you would miss having an SD card option. As previously, I use other electronics for those purposes, don't like looking at those little screens for my entertainment. Very happy with this phone, a little better reception would be nice though.
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is a very sophisticated device, it's my first smart cel I have recommend them and especially to the person who is offering the product very responsible in delivery. Read morePublished on October 3, 2013 by Sergio
this is one my best choice that I made it! it was not that pricy either. good choice to buy it.Published on August 9, 2013 by Farman Khan
My last phone was an Xperia X8 Shakira. And now the Xperia P, this phone is just great, light, sturdy, metal, cool translucid illuminated button... a pretty classy phone. Read morePublished on June 3, 2013 by Lito