Sony has recently bought shares in Ericsson for a joint venture of 1.05 billion euros. With the acquisition, we can expect more advanced mobile technology from the Japanese company. One device with the exclusive Sony brand is XPERIA S. It is unlike any other phone SE (Sony Ericsson) had to offer. Here you will find out if your smartphone is for you by getting acquainted with the pros and cons.
Recently, the lines were in SE computers like Arc S and Play. The Arc S is a slim Android handset and Play is the only PlayStation-certified smartphone in the market. Despite the innovations that these handsets had to offer, they still lacked the power that other handsets had to offer. This top of the line SE phone packed single-core processors when the race offered dual-core processors. In the same year, these two phones were put on the market, Samsung released the Galaxy S2 and HTC released the perception. These two were powered by 1.2 GHz dual-core processors that offer better performance. Unfortunately, the previous models of SE did not understand what it took to compete when it came to performance. This is no longer the case with Sony's new smartphone.
The new Sony XPERIA S was recently released at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas again in January this year. It quickly stole the show as it was the first Sony-only branded handset and packed 1.5 dual-core processor under the hood. This meant that it no longer looked behind performance.
Another advantage that it had on other phones that the competition had to offer was the superiority of camera sensors. Most advanced smartphones came with 8 megapixel cameras. These smartphones are Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S2 and HTC Sensation XE. The XPERIA S sports 12 mega pixel camera that can record 1080p (full HD) video.
Yet another advantage is the aesthetic of the phone. There is a stunning phone to look at. It's sleek, slim and has a seamless design.
Since this phone is a new version, you could expect it to run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) the latest version of Google's mobile network. Unfortunately, it still runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). The good news is the Japanese company that plans to release the retail update for the microscope soon.
Recently handed in the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, holders were quad-core like HTC One X and LG Optimus 4X HD. Since smartphones have been introduced to electronic communications companies, Sony's new smartphone has had to recover.
Now that you know more about the advantages and disadvantages of Sony XPERIA S, you can better decide if your smartphone is right for you.
Source by Sethe Gomez