Conclusion: Originally planned for China and other Asian markets, the Sony Xperia C obviously did better than expected and quickly made it well beyond its intended destination. Or it could be that Sony had global availability in mind from the start - only not making too much noise after the official China...
Pros: Tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and dual-band HSPA support, Dual SIM, dual stand-by support, 42.2 Mbps HSDPA and 11.5 Mbps HSUPA, 5.0" 16M-color TFT capacitive touchscreen of qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels) at 220ppi, Android OS v4.2.2 Jelly Bean, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, PowerVR SGX544 GPU, MTK...
Cons: Low pixel-per-inch ratio, No Mobile BRAVIA engine, No scratch protection for the screen, Gorilla Glass or otherwise, Limited internal storage for installing apps
Summary: Sony Xperia C phone makes an interesting addition to the Xperia series. The phone’s performance is of high quality. You can expect it to be efficient and will be an excellent choice if you prefer high performance cell-phones. The images displayed will be crisp and sharp.
Pros: High performance, good camera quality, interesting self-portrait function.
Sony Xperia C – the affordable Sony smartphone that’s full of surprises
15 August 2013
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia C is launched in China and priced at $300. In India and a few other countries at the end of September, with the exact price still being unknown. It will cost around $300 or even less, which is low for a Sony, and if you always wanted an Xperia phone but don’t want to shell out for a...
Summary: Rs. 20005 It is Sony's cheapest quad core smartphone and comes as an alternative to Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro. Xperia C is Sony's first Mediatek processor based smartphone and is also its cheapest Android quad core device.
Pros: Good performance, Design, Support for Indian languages, Good battery
Summary: Sony Xperia C is a mid range Smartphone that comes with smart features. Recently we had tested Sony Xperia Z1 Smartphone that fell in the high end series platform. Xperia C is 50% cheaper and has a bit similar features and durable design, but it is not completely like Xperia Z1.
Pros: Good battery life, Great for multi tasking, Amazing camera features, Good speaker quality.
Cons: Only 4GB Internet Storage, Regular headphones do not work, Non durable design.
Summary: A flagship smartphone like the LG G2 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may not be everyone’s cup of tea, and in case you’re looking for a dual-SIM option there isn’t too much choice on the premium side of things anyway.
Pros: Solid build, elegant looks, good battery life
Cons: Average performance and screen quality, low internal storage
Summary: Sony launched the Xperia C , the company’s first smartphone to feature a MediaTek chip last this month. We brought you the unboxing and the benchmarks of the device last month, here we have the complete review of the device.
Pros: Good build, Decent Camera with a dedicated Camera Key, Good Battery life
Cons: Average performance, Battery is not removable, Slightly on the expensive side
Excerpt: Sony Xperia has always brought scores of surprises in its Smartphone models to allure its high end customers. From tantalizing designs to the best in class internal specification, the Sony Xperia descendents certainly stands out from other branded mobile phones.
Summary: Sony recently launched Xperia C , 5.0 inch smartphone runs on latest Android Jelly Bean OS and powered by MediaTek quad-core 1.2 GHz processor. It has good rear camera, available for a price of $300 (17500INR) in China.
Pros: Latest Android OS, Good processing power, 3G connectivity, Good rear camera
Summary: O Sony Xperia C tem suas qualidades, possuindo boa configuração, bom desempenho, é dual chip e tem uma bateria de 2390 mAh com excelente autonomia. O que deixou mais a desejar foi a tela e o espaço interno disponível para o usuário, que é pouco mais de 2GB, embora ele tenha slot para cartão microSD,...