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Sony Xperia Tipo Review: In Depth
28 October 2012
Conclusion: The Sony Tipo represents smart styling, great battery life and exceptional value. The fact there’s Android 4.0 on board means you’re in a great position as far as app support goes and Sony’s UI tweaks are (for the most part) complementary.
Pros: Android 4.0, Impressive battery life, Great design
Cons: Poor camera, Small screen, Occasional slowdown
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia tipo is a very decent foray in the world of entry level Androids. It has the performance and stability of Android Ice Cream Sandwich going for it, as well as a pleasant to hold, and comfortable to operate with one hand chubby chassis with soft touch plastic on the back.
Conclusion: The Sony Xperia Tipo is truly a compact smart phone in Sony’s Xperia series. It has its own fixed target audience but this phone is much better than others in this price range. Its 800 MHz processor, 3.2 megapixels camera and Android 4.0 version are its main key features that gives it edge over its...
Excerpt: If you are a business man or a hardcore professional or someone constantly on move then this Sony Xperia Tipo would surely delight you with its up to the minute features . With this phone in the hand one can easily connect with the loved ones and even prepare office presentation with great ease and...
Summary: Sony is trying to make a comeback in the mobile space banking on its Android line-up after launching a handful of mid-range smartphones like the Xperia neo, Xperia U, Xperia P, Xperia Ion and Xperia sola.
Pros: Good, A sub Rs. 10,000 Android smartphone, Good music playback especially from the loudspeaker
Summary: After forging a formidable reputation for itself in the conventional smartphone market, Sony has now ventured into dual SIM smartphone waters with the Xperia tipo Dual, an affordable Android-powered dual SIM device. But does the Xperia magic work over two SIMs?
Excerpt: The 3.2" LCD screen has pixel dimensions of 320x480. The display is reasonably bright, and the sharpness is good too. On the flip side, the panel's viewing angles and sunlight legibility don't quite make the mark. The phone is powered by a modest 800 MHz CPU, and it has 512 MB of RAM.
Pros: Great Design; Smooth UI; Dual SIM functionality; Good battery performance.
Summary: At just over the £100 mark, the Sony Xperia Tipo is great value – and one of the cheapest ways to get Ice Cream Sandwich. The 3.2 megapixel snapper is fine for basic snaps and the single-core chip does a decent job on performance.