Sony Xperia S Hands On Pictures




Sony used CES to officially unveil its first Sony phone since it acquired Ericsson’s stake of the previous Sony Ericsson brand, and this was the result – the Sony Xperia S.


The Xperia S has a slick, simple and quite angular design, and we particularly like the transparent notification bar at the bottom that illuminates when you have missed calls, messages or any other notification that needs your attention.



The phone itself doesn’t disappoint either. Under the hood you’ll find a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, which keeps the phone really snappy when running multiple applications and flicking between screens, plus it means it plays HD video and games with ease.

For keeping that video playback sharp and crisp, the Xperia S also features a 4.3-inch LED backlit HD screen, and should you want to play any video back on your HD TV, you can do so using the phone's HDMI out port.



A stand-out feature of the Xperia S is its camera – a whopping 12 megapixel offering that features Sony’s Exmor R for mobile sensor. This means photo taking is seriously quick, and you can take repeat photographs almost instantly, without needing to wait for it to refocus.



Alongside the 12 megapixel main camera, the phone features a 720p HD front-facing camera for video calls, and the Xperia S is fully PlayStation certified so you’ll be able to play PS games on your phone.

The Xperia S runs Android 2.3, with Sony promising me that it’ll be upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich in the second quarter of 2012.



Alongside the 12 megapixel main camera, the phone features a 720p HD front-facing camera for video calls, and the Xperia S is fully PlayStation certified so you’ll be able to play PS games on your phone.

The Xperia S runs Android 2.3, with Sony promising me that it’ll be upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich in the second quarter of 2012.






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