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Sony Xperia P review: Ironclad

Sony Xperia P review: Ironclad - read the full textSealed in an aluminum unibody but still oozing the new NXT series style, the Sony Xperia P joins an elite club of metal-clad phones. And then there's the WhiteMagic screen to make it unique in the mobile world. In short, the Xperia P is one of...

 

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maybe that's why they didn't mention the battery in the review?

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  • 2012-07-25 03:02
  • PAW6

Excellent phone....excellent performance.....Plays almost everything....

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  • 2012-07-24 18:29
  • utu0

Camera, display superrrr..... :)
But main problem is it battery life nd no memory card slot. :(

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  • 2012-07-21 15:00
  • utV7

> In reply to Jagz @ 2012-06-18 21:04 from t}3H - click to readI m using samsung galaxy S advance its will be a grear option for u.
Its bettry life is better.and camera quality is better but no jhoom.and RAM is not enough .and still running in 2.3 gingerbread no ICS Update.

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  • 2012-07-13 16:47
  • U@a6

This looked very nice from the pictures, but man is it another huge clunker! 10 years ago we laughed at people who carried around their huge "phone booths". Today, it seems everyone wants their phone to be as huge as possible. Good luck finding a useable model with less than a 4" screen. What good is a phone I can't fit in my pocket? Not to mention that these huge-ass displays and ridiculously useless processors drain energy like hell, and you're lucky if it lasts a day at work. I won't settle for less than a week's normal use out of one battery charge. It's time manufacturers get their act together and start making phones that do what they're supposed to again.

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  • 2012-07-07 16:31
  • iGv2

battery life!!!! battery life!!!! bettery life!!!!

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  • 2012-07-06 22:09
  • fqLb
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hi.... how contact list transfer from 'Vivaz' to Xperia-p.i tried more times with 'PC Suits' but Xperia-p asking for external memory. Please Somebody help me for these.

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  • 2012-06-29 13:09
  • dZut

Hi - Will there be updated reivew once ICS is released for the device? I think it has been released now.

I'm struggling to decide between HTC One S and this one. I have a Nokia C7, and I haven't used the NFC for a long time so thats not so important.

I saw the Galaxy S 3 - pretty amazing.

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  • 2012-06-24 20:33
  • 9Ac6

dont dare to purchase this phone.
i have worst experience. things are not able to load into memory.

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  • 2012-06-20 14:32
  • w47y

Help me out with Xperia P or Samsung galaxy s advance....
Very much confuse about the mobiles which one to buy....?
Need expert advice....from u guys......

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  • 2012-06-18 21:04
  • t}3H

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-06-06 22:51 from p@xu - click to readThe amount of RAM reserved for gpu cache (or generally for phone system) is larger than for gpu on sola.

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  • 2012-06-10 10:01
  • txjn

galaxy s3 is way back in looks as compared to xperia S or P...

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  • 2012-06-08 15:19
  • sUwI

can someone explain why this is faster on the gpu test than the sola even through they have the same gpu bt they are running different resolution screens? is the test run at a fixed resolution?

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  • 2012-06-06 22:51
  • p@xu

> In reply to DR.ARUN K P @ 2012-06-05 14:04 from vG@p - click to readI have to say that when a site like this does an inaccurate review it must effect the sales of these phones.
I really do question while they printed distorted, inaccurate and misleading information and have since made no effort to rectify it.

Lets hope we get an update to this review with more professional test methods and analysis of the display.

The current review is not very helpful for me as the flaws in it are blatant and the analysis very poor. How can you conclude that a phone turned to a level of being 50% brighter than another phone shows poorer blacks. It's like saying that a red car has worse braking than a blue car from a test done while driving the red car 50% faster.

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  • 2012-06-05 16:47
  • vxKC

it very nice mob i like it ....gsm saportin other brnd i thing

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  • 2012-06-05 14:04
  • vG@p

Widen up your view people. Go read multiple reviews. Bashing simply because you only follow 1 P.O.V really sounds like rigid-minded extremist.

Other professional reviews rant more on GB-not-ICS out of the box, but praise the display and average battery life "from their 1 week use of the phone as their daily driver".

gsmarena... what have you turned you readers into? :P

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  • 2012-06-05 03:49
  • PUi6

Hmmm... Now I can see why I prefer real-life-feel review from "The Verge". But I still love gsmarena for the more detailed technical review.
Best tech info + best real life opinion = Almost perfect picture of the device :D

Anyway already bought my Xperia S. 1day+ battery life with my light browsing/gaming/chatting. I guess not being in the social network bandwagon saves me a lot of time, money, trouble, and unnecessary anxiety/need to check+update status. :P

Internet really has turn people to attention-poor skimmers who know everything but nothing... LoL

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  • 2012-06-05 03:39
  • PUi6

> In reply to Guy @ 2012-06-04 23:27 from 0C0H - click to readIt doesn't show poor black. Read the results carefully and you will see that they made that judgement while having the phone up much brighter than other phones and probably brighter than it needed to be.
this review is a screen and battery nightmare. Can gsmarena please retest and analyse where needed

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  • 2012-06-05 02:42
  • UFGN

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