Summary: you have to suffer through all the Sony this and that software. not a super fast device and not intuitive to use. ended up getting a samsung galaxy s3 instead and never looked back. I thought Sony was supposed to be good at electronics.
Summary: The phone seemed nice and had lots of features. But, this doesn't mean much if the phone only works part of the time. First the phone started acting funny, so I called customer support. The "technology wizards" at Sony said I needed to update to the newest software and everything would be fine. It wasn't. The screen would occasionally freeze and would not let you do anything unless you turned it off.
Summary: the design is nice the battery performance horrible the phone system on itself not to bad and after using it for just one month I realize that it doesn't worth the price I could definitely found something better for that price
Summary: Would not suggest this phone. Purchased as a gift for my mom to replace a phone she was having trouble with - and ended up with some of the same issues. Screen is not very big - much smaller than it seems in the images. Should have looked more closely at the dimensions. Hard to work with - texting is horrid on these phones. I have a touch and sending messages is easy - these phones are awful. Does not get a good signal for phone or internet.
Summary: WOW... Is exactly what I thought when I set my sights on this phone on amazon. I wanted to replace my iPhone, which I've been a loyal iPhone user for the past 3 or so years, I wanted a change. The Xperia P arrived in less than a week in the mail along with the Skinomi case I purchased along with it. I activated this phone luckily with no activation or sim card fee at my local ATT store.
Summary: Now dont get me wrong, This is a beautiful phone but i had to send it back because it won't work on my phone carrier witch is T-Mobile there is no space for my sim but a mico sim. So if ur phone carries a sim that phone is not for u.
Summary: This is my first & last Sony phone. All my previous phones had been from Nokia and I recently jumped ship just as they got into bed with Microsoft. They weren't always the best available phones but they were well made and tough as hell (as the Nokia meme would suggest). So to say I was apprehensive when switching to a new brand would be an understatement.
It has the looks and the specs, yet the result dissapoints
4 November 2012
Summary: I'll keep it simple. Sorry for the bad english. I'm running Ice Cream Sandwich on it, if anyone wants to know. This phone has three mayor problems: - Though it looks pretty, I feel as if this phone will break any second. I was being extra careful with it until a scratch appeared out of nowhere in the screen within a week. Several others have appeared since then, too. Also, it is very easy for it to get damaged at the corners.
Summary: Having got this cheap on a new phone contract, I'll be visiting Amazon to buy a new phone very soon. Why? Because the Xperia P fails on so many levels. Good points first. The screen is bright, clear and pretty viewable in sunlight. Musically, it kicks out cleaner, more detailed audio than any phone I've heard bar an iPhone 4S. Camera shots in bright sunlight are also excellent, even on auto mode. Now for the not so good.