The 5 inch phablet known as Xperia C from Sony is getting much attention these days. Launched in the affordable price-range, Sony manages to deliver its best in the device. A brief summary of the gadget will help you know it better. Just bear in mind the similarities between this phone and the Sony Xperia SP selected for our 2013 top devices.
At the first while unboxing the device you will see the smart Xperia C, an earphone along with microphone, wall charger, microUSB to USB cable and some warranty and information leaflets.
The Sony Xperia comes with a 5” TFT capacitive diagonal touchscreen that offers a 540×960 pixels resolution and a fairly good 220ppi density with a 4 finger multi-touch facility. You may find here the resolution to be a bit low, but it’s reasonably good for reading texts and certainly looking at its pricing, Sony has offered a better quote.
Storage and Camera
Xperia C comes with a built-in memory storage of 4GB and 1GB RAM and you also get a microSD slot with an additional 32GB provision to manage your big pile of data.
Xperia C comes with only primary camera with 8MP. You get all the standard functions from Sony like the autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection and HDR. With the BSI Exmor sensor your photography experience is certainly going to be better.
Harware and Software
The Xperia C sports a Mediatek MT6589 chipset along with a quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex A-7 CPU. Moreover, you wil also get three sensors like the accelerometer, proximity and compass. With the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, your working and multi-tasking experience with be smooth and fast. The device is available in three different colors of black, white and purple.
Sony has ensured enough adrenaline for your 5” screen with a 2390mAh battery for longer hours of operation. The battery provides up to 14h of talk-time on 2G and 12.5 hours of talk-time on 3G.
So if you are looking for a large screen smartphone with good functionality, Xperia C is certainly what you are waiting for!