Summary: The phone is okay and feels good in your hands. the front camera is horrible and cant play facebook videos. At i thought the internal memory was 8gb but its actually a 4gb. It came right on time as i ordered but I have to update it all the time. After using it for a few days, I decided to return it. think twice before getting the sony xperia sp phone.
Summary: dont get me wrong, i like the phone, an would recommend it, but i believe mine came defective because the touch screen becomes buggy and randomly unresponsive when charging. ive tried using different chargers and plunging it to different outlets and ports but nothing seems to work. other than that, the phone is great. it has a long battery life and the led bar is a very neat feature on this phone.
Summary: I purchased this phone, so that I wouldn't have to deal with paying a phone contract. While it is tons better than my old Nexus S, it has one fundamental flaw. that my Nexus S didn't. While the Nexus S had the same amount of ram as the Xperia SP (16 GB), the Nexus S would allow me to move programs from the main phone memory to external phone memory. Something about the way that Sony handles their memory will not allow that to happen.
Summary: Over all the phone was a great purchase. Was easy to connect to t-mobile. Signal is good, haven't had any problems so far. Internet runs above average speed. Look of it is sleek, fits pocket perfectly, also has very nice lighting effects for notifications and themes. The graphics on the screen could be better. Not super HD like I expected. Now the only issue I have with this phone is the front camera. Taking regular photos with the back camera come out great and clear.
Summary: I chose this phone for many reasons - primarily: 4g LTE capability, price and styling. I didn't want one of these big tablet sized phones that seem to be popular now but I needed it to have a useable screen size. I also prefer the squared look rather than rounded corners of the Samsung look alikes. 4G Lte was available and the price point was in that $250 - $300 sweet spot. This phone fit the bill in those areas.
Summary: nice design. solid feel. good enough screen. bit on a heavy side, but it's manageable. when running smoothly, very good phone... BUT lacks memory. 1GB of memory is just not enough to run the phone smoothly with all the apps and stuff you're expecting to run when using a smart phone. Phone freezes every other day or so.... my advice, unless you're using this phone to just make calls, buy a phone with at least 2GB of RAM.
Summary: I read very carefully the comments of this phone before deciding to buy this phone. But after I use it for a week, i find that my provider is Tmobile so I can't use 3G or 4G on this phone. I only receive 2G signal from T Mobile and 3G from AT&T. Beside that, the price phone go down very fast after 1 week so finally I return this phone to seller.