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Sony Xperia S Review

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Camera:

The greatest thing about the 12MP Exmor R sensor on the Xperia S is how quickly it can be accessed. The camera interface is the same rich in camera functions UI as in the Xperia arc S, down to the 3D Sweep Panorama mode, whose results can only be watched on Sony's 3D HDTVs via the HDMI port.

There is also a 3D Sweep Multi Angle panorama mode now, taken directly from the Sony Cybershot camera series, which has a narrower frame range, but can be previewed directly on the phone by tilting the screen left and right for a nice stereoscopic effect

The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review
The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features - Sony Xperia S Review

The camera interface of the Xperia S is rich on features



We were amazed by the new Quick Launch mode which is on by default - the phone goes from a locked state with the screen off to taking a picture in a little over a second, claims Sony, and it is indeed so. Well, maybe two seconds if it is darker, but this is as fast as it can get, and a wonderful achievement by Sony’s camera engineers. The iPhone 4S, for example, is very fast to focus and take a photo or video too, but you still have to unlock the screen first to reach the camera. The Xperia S is the fastest smartphone snapper out there, period, and this was confirmed in a cowboy shootout.

Moreover, the pictures themselves are nothing to sniff at - sharp, with true colors, a very good amount of detail and accurate white balance. We only had trouble when trying to shoot during the night by frantically pressing on the camera key - it often locked focus unusually slow and then just froze on us, taking at least ten seconds to register the captured frame, hopefully a glitch with our unit. Also, the night pics from the Galaxy S II we carried with us turned up with a little less blown up highlights like street lamps, neon signs or car headlights in automatic shooting mode.

Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review

Outdoor samples

Outdoor panorama shots - Sony Xperia S Review
Outdoor panorama shots - Sony Xperia S Review

Outdoor panorama shots


Indoors the Xperia S shots tend to turn a bit softer and yellowish when the light dwindles, and add some noise in low light situations, but nothing out of the ordinary for such conditions happened. When the light was enough, indoor photos turned sharp, with good colors and enough detail. The LED flash does a decent job from about 5 feet distance. 

Strong light - Indoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Medium - Indoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Low - Indoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review
Darkness - Indoor samples - Sony Xperia S Review

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Indoor samples


The 1080p video capture is very smooth with 30fps average, and the videos exhibit a lot of detail, accurate colors and clear sound. The nighttime videos were rather noisy and with blown highlights, which tends to be the problem with most phone camera sensors.   

Sony Xperia S Sample Video with image stabilizer ON:



Sony Xperia S Sample Video without image stabilizer:



Multimedia:

The music player has a more minimalistic interface now, with Metro-style “tiles” under the My Music tab that categorize your songs by artists, albums, playlists and so on. Even the back button in the player’s interface has an uncanny resemblance to the back button in Windows Phone. There is a “Sense Me” category that can pick tracks based on your mood, and the Music widget appears on the lock screen so you can control your playback faster from there.

We report with delight that the trademark powerful loudspeaker we are accustomed to in most Xperias is here, capitalizing on Sony’s years of experience in building musical gadgets. It is strong, clean and doesn’t sound tinny like most smartphone loudspeakers.

The music player has a more 
minimalistic interface - Sony Xperia S Review
The music player has a more 
minimalistic interface - Sony Xperia S Review

The music player has a more  minimalistic interface



The phone played all MPEG-4 files we threw at it, up to 1080p definition, but the default video player is pretty bland - no loop function, subtitle support, battery life indicator, or any other additional eye-candy for that matter, only basic playback. The player does DivX/Xvid files, but with only software rendering, so they look pixelated, and we ended up downloading a player off Android Market.

It does allow you to lock the screen while playing, though, and you can access the video editor quickly from its settings for some basic trimming and inserting, which, however, works only with 720p footage and below.

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posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:39 12

1. buggerrer (Posts: 285; Member since: 21 Sep 2011)


nice phone, for 2011 !

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:47 13

2. Mozarrt (Posts: 295; Member since: 08 Oct 2011)


Could you at least tell us why you think its a phone for 2011.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 10:25 10

7. leftheodo (Posts: 64; Member since: 21 Oct 2011)


- Android 2.3 not ICS
-2011 CPU ( Snapdragon S3 not S4 )
-2011 GPU (Adreno 220)

The 2012 phones will be out in april ( One X, Optimus 4x, possibly GS3 as the korean ZDnet mentioned today)
Xperia S is a nice looking phone but Sony is to late!

posted on 07 Mar 2012, 09:16 2

54. Commentator (Posts: 2332; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)


There must be a lot of Sony fanboys out there voting you down, because everything you said makes perfect sense, especially the point about its S3 processor. What differentiates this from, say, an HTC Rezound?

posted on 02 Nov 2012, 13:50 4

94. SalmanAhmad (Posts: 2; Member since: 02 Nov 2012)


ICS upgrade is now available and the phone will get Jellybean soon hopefully.

2011 CPU Snapdragon S3? I have the phone and it barely lags and it is extremely responsive.

Adreno 220 and 225 isn't that much of a difference.

The phone has amazing PPI, great graphics, fast processor 1GB of RAM and is made out of durable materials.

Last but not least it's much less expensive than all phones of 2012(One X, Optimus 4x, GS3.)

It also features an amazing camera, how I know all this? I bought the phone about a month ago.

posted on 05 Nov 2012, 08:40 1

96. nsnk86 (Posts: 43; Member since: 18 Jun 2012)


i totally agree with you Salman!! am using this phone for more than 4months......

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 11:47 5

12. metoyou (Posts: 277; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)


Sony always late in smart phone, they now release this phone in 2012 and will release quad-cores in 2013..hm...
But I do like this phone design but not gonna get it IF it has S4 in it then it's another story. btw. reviewer is correct the capacitive buttons arent really repsonsive (friend have this fone)

posted on 02 Nov 2012, 13:56 2

95. SalmanAhmad (Posts: 2; Member since: 02 Nov 2012)


The buttons are a bit unresponsive at first but once you get the hang of it they aren't really a problem.

If you can't find the appropriate place of the buttons, slowly swipe upwards with your finger on the buttons and you will eventually find their places and it won't be a problem any longer.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 18:30 16

23. darknight307rc (Posts: 7; Member since: 26 Feb 2012)


and what are u guys "Quadcore lovers" gonna do with a quadcore "cellphone"? work with "Auto CAD" or "Adobe photoshop" on ur cell phone??? what do u really use ur phone for other than..calling of course..surfing the net..music..photo or video shooting..check ur mail...gaming & stay connected to facebook or twitter. all that can be simply done by only a single core & 512MB RAM...even Android itself as an OS it doesn't need more than this to operate fast. and here is a phone with dual-core & 1GB RAM which will make any app goes very fast plus a 12 MP cam captures photos from sleep mode to shooting in less than 1.5 secs which makes it the fastest phone in market. it's just not about putting in a phone the latest tech or specs. if u really need the quadcore or the 3 or 5 GB RAM in ur phone for ur daily life tasks...wait for the GSIII or HTC one X. but with all respect the Xperia S is not an old one..it's fits all the needs & even more for a Smartphone in 2012

posted on 19 Aug 2012, 04:47

91. radreadiano (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Aug 2012)


u did good!!! i absolut love this phone

posted on 18 Oct 2012, 09:51

93. nsnk86 (Posts: 43; Member since: 18 Jun 2012)


i totally agree with you darknight307rc.... if u guys wanna spend all d cash for a quadcore phone with like 2gb ram, instead you can get an ultrabook or a gud laptop coz it wil hv bigger display & using all these latest specs in a laptop will prove much useful....

posted on 25 Sep 2012, 20:13

92. lintek (Posts: 8; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)


EXACTLY!!!

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:48 10

3. kshell1 (Posts: 1143; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)


so let me get this straight, every other phone that launches with 2.3 gets a con and points taken off but this one doesn't? Hypocritical if you ask me

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 10:23 13

30. RamyRamz69 (Posts: 390; Member since: 12 Dec 2011)


Perhaps because Sony's version of Gingerbread allows much more customization than the normal GB.

Or maybe because this deice will be upgraded to ICS before other devices hit the shelf.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:49 10

4. henrickrw (Posts: 403; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)


Get yourself a galaxy s 2 or a note

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 09:52 21

5. Mozarrt (Posts: 295; Member since: 08 Oct 2011)


Why get an ugly platic slab if you can have this. Only the Nokia 800/N9 rivals this handset in looks.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 10:13 4

6. kshell1 (Posts: 1143; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)


i personally think it looks like a decent phone and great scores for the processor its using mostly because crapdragons are horrible

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 15:38 10

18. Chronos (Posts: 257; Member since: 25 Feb 2012)


Only because that "ugly plastic slab" looks better than the Sony Xperia S.

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 08:09

28. ivanprskalo (Posts: 107; Member since: 09 Dec 2010)


It is not. These matters are personal oppinion and please keep your to youself, or else... :-)

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 10:44

8. Giggity (Posts: 147; Member since: 17 Nov 2011)


Is the S also sports the aluminum body like the P?

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 02:51 3

26. r41nier (Posts: 63; Member since: 13 Oct 2011)


no, it's just plastic but it does have an anti-stain UV nano coating

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 12:56

32. CivicSi89 (Posts: 348; Member since: 23 Jul 2011)


Anti Stain... Giggety

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 10:49 4

9. robocopvn (Posts: 175; Member since: 10 Mar 2010)


Need to mention that Sony Xperia S and brothers still you S3 snapdragon, which is outdated comparing to S4 used in many phones and tablet

Sony seems to be so slow on upgrading their hardwares ! But I love their designs

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 22:39 3

40. bayusuputra (Posts: 941; Member since: 12 Feb 2012)


but it is better in most benchmarks than the S2.. i think it's not whether it is outdated, but whether Sony could optimised it in this handset, which i believe they did..

posted on 06 Mar 2012, 08:38 1

52. robocopvn (Posts: 175; Member since: 10 Mar 2010)


Qualcomm SOC always get better points in benchmarks apps. But in games and real apps, their GPU is worse than PowerVR :D

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 11:43 10

11. Aaron_R96 (Posts: 198; Member since: 22 Jan 2012)


Firstly, I disagree that its a 2011 phone, sure it has many of the same specs of the galaxy s2 and the likes, but has a better screen and camera by far, also those moaning it has no quad core processor, I dont see why it would need one, particularly ifit runs so well on dual core, just because the technology is available, doesnt mesn it needs to be used, it wont make anawful lot of difference to theaverage phone user anyway, plus it looks on of the best devices recently released, the one x looks like your typical htc device anyway, lacks creativity, tbh, id much rather show this off. Sorry.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 16:15 5

20. taz89 (Posts: 2014; Member since: 03 May 2011)


have the s2 and agree that quad is not necessary but the should have atleast used the new s4 dual core instead of last years s3. love the design of this but hate the fact that the capacitive buttons seem unresponsive,hopefully can be fixed via software and oh the charging speed of this phone looks awesome,the s2 takes forever to charge and is the only negative of the s2. cant wait to have a play round with the s,brithers already ordered it but for me i am waiting for the s3.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 16:25 2

22. Aaron_R96 (Posts: 198; Member since: 22 Jan 2012)


Yes they should've done I do agree with that point, just see quad core as a tad unnecerssary for the casual user, but S4 would have been preffered and yes, it is also a shame about the capacitive buttons too, but currently deciding between this and the Xperia P, so looks like that'll be an issue for me either way!

posted on 05 May 2012, 08:59

78. itiswhatitis (Posts: 421; Member since: 23 Jan 2012)


believe me i've tried it at the store the capacitive buttons are no way unresponsive its just the review opinion, i mean i dont even need to try its like everything else!

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 14:08 4

13. bolaG (Posts: 468; Member since: 15 Aug 2011)


If this would have come out in Nov of last year I would have been all over it :(

Love the design
Love the camera quality and functions
Love Sony.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 14:32 2

14. 24984 (Posts: 3; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)


:D are you joking? :D sony is always late but it makes the best smartphones ... this sony has adreno 220 it means it has best GPU after tegra 3 ... tegra 3 is a bit better (I have sony ericsson xperia mini with adreno 205 and I can play GTA3, 9mm, real racing 2 and so on) ... camera is verry good and functions are the best ... interface looks good too ... this is the best smartphone now!!!

posted on 08 Mar 2012, 20:28

55. corrifa (Posts: 34; Member since: 28 Sep 2011)


ehh the Mali-400 id say is at least a little better than the Adreno 220. Ive used both...

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 14:34 3

15. 24984 (Posts: 3; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)


and sonys quality is the best ... even other companys agree with this ;)

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 14:57 4

16. Jyakotu (Posts: 818; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)


Android users really should stop acting like all new phones will have the latest version of Android installed on it. If you look at past history, every time a new version if Android comes out, most newer Android phones ship with the LAST version instead of the latest. There are still many fews shipping with Android 2.2 and NOT 2.3, so hush.!

But for the phone itself, it's absolutely gorgeous. I love the interface and you can hardly even tell that it's Android.! Sony is known for quality and I think once people try their smartphones, they'll start to gain momentum. Also, I'm SO glad to see just SONY on their phones now. :-)

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 16:19 4

21. taz89 (Posts: 2014; Member since: 03 May 2011)


also people got to realise that most of these new devices were being made with 2.3 in mind as that was what was available up until the end of last year..if these companies were to start from scratch to optimised 4.0 then these phones would not be coming out till the latter end of the year. lol agree sony looks much much better than se.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 15:06

17. redmd (Posts: 868; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)


Very nice review Daniel. I just wish this came out months earlier.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 15:55 4

19. HTCiscool (Posts: 449; Member since: 16 Jul 2011)


Well if you couldn't care less about chips and just want a great camera, great design and a great screen then this can't really be beat. I would still take something like the One S or X over it though.

posted on 02 Mar 2012, 20:39 3

24. nagirodu (Posts: 12; Member since: 13 Jul 2011)


Why can't you guys just go through the benchmarks and other stuff to see what Sony has done in additional to the other manufactures who made phones with the same SoC to get the best performance? Sony beats them hands down.I think it's all about optimization of resources.

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 00:07 1

25. mercorp (Posts: 967; Member since: 28 Jan 2012)


no quad core,no micro sd? dont buy it.

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 23:17 6

41. bayusuputra (Posts: 941; Member since: 12 Feb 2012)


no brain,no helpful comment? dont listen to it.

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 05:35 4

27. nikhil.agrawal88 (Posts: 18; Member since: 01 Mar 2012)


already preordered this beauty..have been waiting for a good sony device from long time..always have been a sony fan weather its a phone or any other electronic equipment..and about the quad core thing it really depends on the person i think..an extreme gamer would need a quad core but again no quad core specific games are out yet..so personally i think dual core is fine with me..i had been using ios and wp7.5 from long time and this actually will be my first android..just waiting for this to arrive now..

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 09:30 6

29. RamyRamz69 (Posts: 390; Member since: 12 Dec 2011)


If you need a quadcore SoC in a portable device to play proper games; buy a PS Vita.

I don't really give a crap whether it's S3 or S4 as long as its fast enough and that's also what 90% of the buyers care about.

Amazing device Sony.

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 10:49

31. ReturningToNokia (Posts: 130; Member since: 09 Jul 2011)


The physical design/aesthetic of this device is very appealing, only to be degraded by the unappealing Android OS (not even ICS could make me take this device for free). Needless to say, this phone design with Windows Phone would be an instant buy for many (even I would consider buying it if it had WP).

For Sony's sake and mobile financials, this phone better sell well.

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 23:24 4

42. bayusuputra (Posts: 941; Member since: 12 Feb 2012)


wow, then the great design would be ruined by the boring tiles..

seriously, i think wp is geat, fast and efficient, but saying that Android is unappealing and preferring WP? c'mon.. if not for android, this won't have that beautiful live wallpaper, HD screen (you'll be stuck in WVGA), widgets and even scrollable home screens.. i wouldn't want to sacrifice those with the tiles screen and app screen only..

i'll still buy WP phones, but for this device, i rather have android installed.. just like i rather have n9 (not android, though) over lumia 800.. but i still want a Titan or a Focus.. this beautiful design just can't seem to match nicely with the tiles, imo..

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 03:51 2

43. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)


exactly..that guy is deluded and pretty clueless

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 14:38 1

33. metoyou (Posts: 277; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)


Did phonearena deleted my post?
Added to my earlier post regarding to the capacitive button is a hit and miss. 2012 Xperia using different 3.5mm headset standard (CTIA) the one same as iPhone using as opposed to the OMTP standard that previously used

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 14:59 3

34. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)


Most of you are missing the fact that this phone isn't meant for competing with other brand's flagship phones.
It's role is the same as the one xperia arc had a year ago - to offer a near high end experience for a lower price than the true high ends from Samsung or HTC.
However, this year will see two of such Sony phones in Q3/Q4 - codenamed "Hayabusa" and "Mint".

That being said, Xperia s can still hold its own even compared to any phone announced so far - none of them has all of the following: premium feel and design, top notch multimedia, screen, and a camera better than any other android.

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 20:12

35. TylerDeLarge (Posts: 1; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)


Guys I need some advice, I now have an old Omnia HD that I should change the battery and also because I'm tired of Symbian switch to Android.
I am interested in a phone that can last as my dear Omnia HD, and Xperia have wavered between S and some quadcore that uscirà.magari S3?
I remember that multimedia is important for me as well as the stability of the system. What do you advise me?

Thanks for any replies

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 15:05 2

39. Aaron_R96 (Posts: 198; Member since: 22 Jan 2012)


Xperia S would probably be a better phone for you due to its multimedia ie, 12.1MP camera (and speed 1.5secs to reach it from sleep), HD resolution and high pixel density as well as new refurbished music player which looks very smooth and a HDMI cable included in the box so can easily be connected to your TV, Also android runs very fluidly on the dual core processor despite it being S3 not the new S4 (not a major issue) Hope this helps!

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 10:30

45. nikhil.agrawal88 (Posts: 18; Member since: 01 Mar 2012)


is it going to come with an hdmi cable? all the unboxing videos i saw on youtube didnt had an hdmi cable in the box..i hope it does come with it as it would be really good to plug it with hdtv straight away..

posted on 09 Mar 2012, 14:51

58. Aaron_R96 (Posts: 198; Member since: 22 Jan 2012)


I think this depends on the carrier, but ive heard most do ship with the HDMI cable, if not though i would think you'd be able to pick one up cheap on ebay or amazon anyway :)

posted on 03 Mar 2012, 23:43

36. aswinhhh (Posts: 1; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)


Can Any One Tell Me Which Display Is Better The Samsung Galaxy S2 Or This???

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 09:06

38. frydaexiii (Posts: 1198; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)


This probably...Higher resolution

posted on 04 Mar 2012, 05:08 4

37. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)


@Tyler, seems that you were happy with what Omnia HD provided for you.
And if Omnia was good, trust me, Xperia s will be an absolute delight. I don't think you need a quad core over it, because the s is still perfectly capable and zippy with this processor.
And with ICS, it will "fly".
Yet get a sturdy build, unique premium design, amazing camera with by far the fastest shooting time, and you also get the best integration of multimedia, with some unique extras such as controlling the android on the tv with a remote, and really fast charging of battery.
Last but not least, the galaxy s3 will cost significantly more.

@aswinh - this screen has 130 percent more pixels that the one of galaxy s2. That's a huge advantage.
Also it's probably a bit brighter, with more natural colors.
The thing that gs2 has going for it is black color reproduction, no LCD screen can match that.
Also it has a slightly better viewable angles.
Overall, this screen is better for its retina-beating HD sharpness.

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 08:27

44. REYNER (Posts: 187; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)


i just wonder if xperia s would beat the sgsII when it comes in performance? phone arena make some comparison of xperia s against other dual core! that would be a hit i think, im actually waiting for this phone, but it seems like a disappointment, im planning to try android phone, i really dont think the need of having a quad core but i wonder, will the price of this phone is almost the same price of the quad cores? lg is known for selling cheap phones

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 11:12 4

46. Aaron_R96 (Posts: 198; Member since: 22 Jan 2012)


This phone will beat the sgs2 in terms of perfromance in most areas with slightly quicker load times, and particularly in the multimedia performance, it will also be around the same price as the sgs2 (perhaps slightly cheaper) when it releases tomorrow worldwide, it will not be anywhere near as expensive as quad core phones, and will not drain the battery as much as the current quad cores do, hope this helps :) im getting one on wednesday!

posted on 20 Mar 2012, 08:35

65. REYNER (Posts: 187; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)


ow that really helps haha im still waiting for it here in the philippines

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 20:02 1

47. saeen (Posts: 17; Member since: 23 Dec 2011)


I like that Sony mostly give updates on time and hassle free!

posted on 05 Mar 2012, 20:43

48. classicmody (Posts: 2; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)


very good desighn

posted on 06 Mar 2012, 05:17 3

49. jakecrz (Posts: 3; Member since: 06 Mar 2012)


This phone sure is great. Having a dual core phone is enough to get the job done for everyday use. Great design and screen is good too!!

People push this device as not having a quad core phone. I mean... I can't see the sense of having a quad core phone. I'm a gamer and I know better CPU = better processing power = better for games. I mean, what's there to process?? Are you gonna run battlefield 3 or crysis on this? Are you gonna run like 20 internet tabs in it? If you want portable gaming, get a ps vita or gaming laptop like alienware!!

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Sony Xperia S

Sony Xperia S

OS: Android 4.1 4.0.4 2.3.7 2.3.5
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Display4.3 inches, 720 x 1280 pixels (342 ppi) TFT
Camera12.1 megapixels
Hardware
Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 MSM8260, Dual core, 1500 MHz
1024 MB RAM
Size5.04 x 2.52 x 0.42 inches
(128 x 64 x 10.6 mm)
5.08 oz  (144 g)
Battery1750 mAh, 7.5 hours talk time

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