Excerpt: For decades, the Sony brand has stood above the competition in consumer electronics. Sony was considered the gold standard by which everyone else was judged. While the company has fallen from its glory days and its market share has suffered significantly due to competition from Samsung and LG, Sony...
Summary: Sony Mobile has sure taken its time to deliver the Sony Xperia ion. The 4.55-inch device was first unveiled with the Xperia S about seven months ago at CES 2012 but has only recently resurfaced during a huge local Southeast Asia (SEA) event in late-June where five other Xperia devices were unveiled...
Pros: Classy and sturdy chassis, Comes with Android 4.0, Overall positive camera performance, Clean UI
Cons: Less than stellar handling experience, Battery life can be better, A tad expensive
Conclusion: Honestly people, the Sony Xperia ion would’ve been a downright success if it were launched months ago. At the time of its official unveiling, we were astounded by its commanding specs sheet, but seeing that it took an extremely long time coming to market, its appeal has lessened – even more now that...
Pros: Killer $99.99 on-contract price, Sharp looking HD Reality Display, Sturdy construction, Heavy with Multimedia
Excerpt: It's been over five months since we first saw Sony's Xperia ion for AT&T, an Android device with LTE and a lot to prove. The Xperia line hasn't had much success here in the US, thanks in no small part to delayed launches and underwhelming hardware.
Pros: Great 720p screen, Solid, well-built, LTE
Cons: Android 2.3, Camera doesn't live up to its megapixels, S3 processor
Excerpt: Sony has lagged behind in the U.S. smartphone market, but the company hopes to turn a corner with its first post-Ericsson smartphone, the Xperia ion. The device leverages many of Sony's unique assets, including its own sensor for the 12-megapixel camera and a mobile version of Sony's TV Bravia...
Summary: This seems like the season for big screen phones, and the latest to arrive on our shores (and our office) is the 4.55-inchdisplay toting Sony Xperia ion. Verily, a device meant to captivate people, albeit those with deep pockets. Looks good, performs brilliantly The Xperia ion is a stunner.
Excerpt: The Sony Xperia ion is one of the most powerful Android smartphones available in its price range. The only problem with it is that it is driving an older version of the Android software, one that is more than one clean step behind the latest flavor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Excerpt: Bildiğiniz gibi Sony, diğer markalar 4.3 inçin üzerine çıkmasına rağmen en büyük ekranlı akıllı telefonunu Xperia S olarak belirlemişti. Xperia S, 4.3 inç boyutuna sahipti. 2012'nin başlarında piyasaya çıkan bu telefon, artan ekran boyutu ihtiyacını karşılamak için geri döndü diyebiliriz.
Pros: Ekranı gayet güzel, Malzeme kalitesi iyi, Ergonomisi fena değil, Kamera kalitesi yüksek
Conclusion: Le Sony Xperia Ion est un téléphone performant mais qui n’est pas le meilleur sur le marché. Il est attractif notamment avec la prise en compte de plusieurs technologies (HDMI, Bravia Engine, NFC…). Son écran performant offre un réel confort au niveau de la lecture.
Pros: Le capteur photo |
Les matériaux de bonne qualité |
Le design général |
Cons: Batterie |
Le mode vidéo |
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