Excerpt: I loved this phone but now I think that I must switch to another one because its irritating me because of its lagging. The phone lag for no reason, more than 150MB RAM is free but it still lag. Whenever I connext WiFi the phone starts to lag and responds too late.
Excerpt: first day got it, the screen spoilt.... after get it back from warranty claim, the antenna faulty.... enter sony service center twice within 1 month of getting it.... kinda expected sony quality is s**t but seriously never expected it to be this bad.... however the phone is certainly best bang for buck... 720p screen is crisp and video playback supports 1080p... the UI seems a bit laggy to my taste.. not that bad but just a little.... guess the ui a bit heavy...
Pros: excellent display, come with android so a lot of video file support, 1080p video support... but not sure about 10bit 1080p.., fast service by service centre..., good camera
Cons: sony build quality is questionable... seriously...., enter service centre twice within a month of usage..., UI a bit laggy but not too bad... Jelly bean should sorted this out...
in the USA just, Sony Xperia Ion. Don't buy Xperia S in the USA
4 August 2012
Summary: It's a very good phone and I trust and love Sony products. But Xperia S doesn't have any customer service or warranty in the USA. Also because it is not match with American band frequencies, it just has 2G Internet. It doesn't support 3G in the USA. I recommend Xperia Ion in the USA. 4G support and good warranty. This phone is the best in the market.
Excerpt: I’ve always loved Sony Ericsson phones for pushing design and not conforming to the Apple conventions in terms of aesthetics. That’s why I love the Sony NXT line of Xperia smartphones because, in my honest opinion, they’re the best-looking phones on the market right now. I decided to get the Sony Xperia S (32GB variant) for this reason. Bundle that with superb specs and performance from the Xperia S and you’ve got a winning combination.