Friday 4 January 2013

Sony Xperia Tipo | Review

After re-entering the mobile market without its associate Ericsson, Sony got very busy itself in establishing its name in the mobile marker. We saw some very ultra modern smartphones under its sub-brand Xperia. Their mobile phone review said that all these were high-end phones priced among costly ones. So with a aim to provide something good to the budget customers, it has launched Xperia Tipo.
The Sony Xperia Tipo review gives an impression that it does not offer too many bright points. To start with it is said to run on a 800 MHz processor and is assembled with 512 MB of RAM with 4 GB of in-built storage. A positive thing which is there, is the newer Android 4.0 platform and not the older Gingerbread (Android 2.3). It showcases a 3.2-inch display which has a 320 x 480 pixel resolution. Though the screen's touch response is very good, the colors gives a bit of washed out feel. The interface responds in a very nice manner, given the condition that there are not many apps running in background. Though many games such as Temple Run, Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja ran with hiccups and showed random frame drops. 
Sony Xperia Tipo

Going ahead, the Sony Xperia Tipo review describes that this mobile phone is equipped with a 3.2 MP fixed focus camera. The camera takes average quality photos in good daylight and they are good enough to share on your social networks sites. While in low light and some other cases, the images lacked sharpness in them. The VGA video recording seems to be a pleasant delight due to its above average quality with minimum visible frame drops. The phone's loudspeaker's output was mediocre so it can be said that the loudspeaker's performance is mediocre. The Xperia Tipo review states that it scores good in terms of design and day-to-day performance, the only disappointment is the fixed focus camera and low loudspeaker output is a letdown. In terms of connectivity options only few is offered in this Sony mobile phone. It consists of the basic set of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and aGPS. There is just one microUSB port for charging and transferring data. The pre-loaded apps are packed in various categories. 

In terms of build and design, the mobile phone review declares that the build quality and ergonomics are good and it comes in nicely into the palm. The Sony Xperia Tipo is good and light, with a weight of just 100g. The overall performance of the phone is better than expected with the given set of hardware. It works good for the basic use like calling, messaging and social networking. The Sony Xperia Tipo review at the end affirms that it has a perfect blend of simplicity and style. Some other mobile phone review also shares its opinion that though it looks and feels nice, it performance is not up to the mark poor and has little in terms of features.
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