The devices at Mobile World Congress 2012 will soon start rolling out in the limelight once the official events heat up. But for now, we are still afforded a glimpse on the much-touted devices that will be unveiled during the events. Many of us have eagerly awaited the coming of Sony Xperia P, a continuation of Sony’s flagship Xperia line. Now, we get to have a few brief glimpses of the device.
We don’t know as yet of the details of the device or that how awesome it is when being used. What we do know is that Xperia P comes with a full aluminium design and features the much-hailed WhiteMagic display technology from Sony for the first time on a smartphone. Sony claims that WhiteMagic technology ensures an ultra-bright viewing experience, no matter what the light conditions are. Also, the display is tweaked according to the surrounding light conditions to minimize battery consumption.
With Xperia P comes a cool SmartDock, which is exclusive for this smartphone. With this dock connector, you can connect the smartphone with multiple screens, creating quite a show for yourself.
Xperia P comes with a 4-inch Reality Display. The display is fired up by Mobile BRAVIA Engine. It tools a 1GHz dual-core processor and 16GB of flash storage. The 8-megapixel camera is also a huge plus in favor of this device. This being a Sony device, the camera is sure to come with a lot of cookies – and they are, the ability to capture 2D and 3D panoramic images through Sony technology and HD recording.
With the increasing importance and inevitable wide-spread use of NFC technology, support for it is a significant must-have for many users. Sony takes care of that in Xperia P. The device is available in silver, red and black colors. One turn-off for some users may be the fact that the device tools Android 2.3 Gingerbread. But the good news is that Sony promises it will upgrade the device to Ice Cream Sandwich by the second quarter of 2012.
Overall, it’s a very decent device from Sony and will definitely hit a chord with many users.
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