Ranging from all the high priced phones to the low ones, from the high-end devices to the devices running on the basic OS’s, and with the advent of Sony Xperia’s most awaited “Z1”, the gadget selling giant have come to a point where it has reached a whole new level.
But this device has acted like the cloud which has covered the other releases like the latest Sony Xperia C. It seems as if the sellers have taken an oath of using all the 26 alphabets into their franchise.
The phone is a mediocre amongst the kiths and kins from the Xperia family. The phone has a price range with 3 credits and that makes it a “thumbs up” when it comes to their comparison with the others.
Striking Specs & Design of Sony Xperia C
From the very first look of the phone, one gets an overview of the Z1, but don’t fool yourselves. The phone is of a classic- bold rectangular shape.
And what else, the power key/button is at the same place at the center of the right panel, with the sound rockers below them. Talking about the curves, the phone lacks them, and that’s what makes it different yet so same to it’s brothers.
The phone has a nice display, going with the physical display; the screen is about 5 Inches taken diagonally. The phone has a not so brilliant but average resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. But the most paining part that comes from the display section is that of the pixel density, which is way back as compared to other phones of this range, with 220 ppi the phone stands somewhat at a lower level.
The phone’s screen is a TFT with 16m colors, as that is usual for all the smart phones these days. Being a multi-touch phone, one can easily use finger”s” to do different tasks. The display also gears the Light Sensors and the Proximity Sensors.
Its the hardware that decides how a phone will look, or what kind of performance it would give. The hardware is the most essential part. So whenever we see a Sony Xperia phone we look up for the hardware installations in it.
The Sony Xperia C device holds a MediaTek 6589T chipset, with a 1.2 GHz Dual Core processor. The GPU installed in the device is quite good, that gives you a better output, the SGX544 GPU does that. We have got a 1 GB RAM, which is quite average for such a phone.
Yes, the phone is quite sturdy, and it weighs about 153 gms with dimensions of 141.5 x 74.15 x 8.88 mm.
The phone works on the latest Android v4.2 Jelly Bean, plus Sony’s own UI makes the experience way better. The interface is so unique that it never looks like an android phone. The phone can be seen as a software giant like all the other android phones.
Being the best in camera aspects is the click to go. This phone is loaded with an 8 MP camera, with an LED flash. The other features of the camera includes an auto focus function plus the TOUCH TO FOCUS, plus panorama and many other features that such a phone holds. The camcorder has a recording resolution of about 1080p HD.
The smartphone also has a secondary front camera that makes you attend important video calls with integration for all the video calling apps.
Battery and Performance
The usage of an android phone takes up all the battery of the phone, so when we come upto the performance factor of the phone; the phone has an average talk-time of 14 hrs and an average of 24.5 days (588 hrs) on stand-by. That’s quite impressive for such a large display smartphone. Sony also introduces the STAMINA mode for the battery where the performance of the battery manifolds. So we can say that, when one is not using the phone, it automatically shuts down the screen and when you press the power button again, everything comes back to its place, just like that.
So overall we can say that, Sony Xperia C is a wholesome of everything ranging from the price, processor, software to the camera via the battery. As said earlier, a thumb’s up for the device.