Sony Xperia P Review

:8: – Pairs the Sony Xperia U, Sony has introduced the Sony Xperia P that offers better camera and bigger internal data capacity. The Sony Xperia P may be categorized in a mid-priced smartphone but it is built in solid design with amazing camera. Powered with 1 GHz Dual Core processor, the Sony Xperia P is preinstalled with outdated operating system Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).

Sony Xperia P Specs and Performance

What the positive of Sony Xperia P has are the sun-friendly screen and its distinctive design that is chased in full aluminium unibody, giving a sturdy feeling. The screen is scratch resistant, promises a high durability. Below the screen, there is a clear segment that houses back, home and menu buttons. The entire body of the Sony Xperia P measures at 4.8 x 2.3 x 0.4 inches and weighs just 120g.

Sony Xperia P Review

Sony Xperia P Review

The Sony Xperia P offers volume, power and camera buttons on the right-hand side while the opposite is a house of micro-USB, HDMI inputs and a micro-SIM slot. A 3.5mm headphone jack is left on the top of the Sony Xperia P.

At the very front face, the Sony Xperia P owns a 4-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display that promises 960×540 pixels of image resolution. With the Mobile BRAVIA Engine powers up the screen, the Sony Xperia P guarantees 16 million colors of reality display, clarity and balance. Along with Sony’s WhiteMagic technology, the screen is able to deliver a fourth white sub-pixel to the RGB used by LCD screens. For messaging, the Sony Xperia P stores on-screen QWERTY keyboard onto the screen.

Same as the Sony Xperia U, the Sony Xperia P runs on Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS with an update to the latest Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich available by the end of the quarter of the year.

Under the hood, the Sony Xperia P is powered with 1 GHz U8500 Dual Core processor that is paired with 1GB of RAM. The 13GB usable data storage is available among the total 16GB of internal storage. The internal storage can’t be expanded since there is no micro-SD card slot available.

On the back side, a 8 megapixel camera featuring Auto focus with LED flash owning Sony’s Exmor R for mobile CMOS sensor for excellent 8x digital zoom and HD (1080p ) video recording.

With the 1305mAh battery implanted, the Sony Xperia P can survive for up to 14 hours with moderate 3G and Wi-Fi used. The clear bass and clear stereo are easy to reached, thanks to the xLOUD Experience, audio filter technology from Sony.

Sony Xperia P Pros and Cons


  • Has a better camera than its brother Sony Xperia U
  • Good battery life
  • Clear bass and clear stereo


  • Runs on Gingerbread instead of Ice Cream Sandwich
  • Doesn’t have a micro-SD card slot

Sony Xperia P Review

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