Conclusion: The Sony Xperia P is only an inch away from being the ultimate mid-range Android smartphone – packed with cool features, yet relatively inexpensive considering what you're getting in exchange.
Pros: Display with outstanding outdoor visibility, Camera is really good, Great in-call audio quality
Cons: Gingerbread at launch, Display colors could have been more accurate
Excerpt: It looks ilke an Xperia S, behaves like an Xperia S but this here phone isn't an Xperia S, oh no. This is the mid-range Sony Xperia P. As part of the NXT line, the Sony Xperia P shares the same iconic design, bold corners and customised UI as its bigger brother, however with its 4-inch display and...
Excerpt: The Xperia P is the mid-range entry in Sony's Xperia NXT series of smartphones announced at MWC earlier this year. It sits below the Xperia S and above the entry-level Xperia U. Sony's strategy with this trio of handsets invites comparisons to HTC's One Series: both aim to address the low-, mid-,...
Pros: Rock-solid build, WhiteMagic display is a revelation, High-quality camera
Cons: Outdated Android 2.3 OS, Too much unwanted software, So-so gaming performance
Excerpt: The gadget's 4" scratch-resistant screen has pixel dimensions of 540x960, giving it a good pixel density of 275 ppi. Sony claims that with its WhiteMagic tech , the display offers double the brightness when compared to normal LCDs.
Pros: Excellent design; Sturdy build; Great sound quality; Feature-packed camera.
Excerpt: After its flagship product the Xperia S, Sony now is expanding the Xperia range to encompass different audiences. One of the more powerful of these is the Xperia P. After its flagship product the Xperia S, Sony now is expanding the Xperia range to encompass different audiences.
Conclusion: Sony is a credible contender with its latest Xperia series. The Xperia S may be the cream of the crop, but with its fine screen, quality camera and speedy performance, the Xperia P manages to include an excellent spec for a very reasonable price.
Pros: Good screen, fast processor, 8-megapixel camera