Sony Xperia P Mobile Phone
Xperia P stands out with its distinctive, minimalistic design.
Like all phones in the Xperia NXT series, it has a simple, strong design language. And Xperia P takes it one step further – the precision crafted, full aluminium unibody gives this Android phone a unique, durable and modern look.
Lounging in the sun, enjoying a YouTube clip or your favourite movie?
The 4″ Reality Display powered by the Mobile BRAVIA® Engine also includes Sony’s unique WhiteMagic™ technology, making the colours in your favourite clips and stills look as sharp and clear as if you were inside.
WhiteMagic adds a 4th white sub-pixel – traditional LCD screens have three; red, green and blue – to the Reality Display. The result? The outstanding combination of an ultra-bright screen and great power efficiency. Power efficient because WhiteMagic automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen to surrounding light – when the light is not so strong, Xperia P uses less battery power.
Experience now. Capture it all in brilliant HD.
Make sure you always get the right shot with your phone’s fast capture 8 megapixel camera. Just over a second from sleep to snap, and just one second between shots.
And thanks to the Exmor R™ for mobile image sensor you capture stunning pictures, even in low light. Want to enjoy your photos on a bigger screen? A single swipe of the display, and you’re ready to share your pics on your TV, tablet or laptop.
Experience joy. Sony Entertainment Network – anytime, anywhere.
Download a movie from Video Unlimited. Connect your smartphone to your TV and the TV launcher pops up automatically. Enjoy millions and millions of songs from* Music Unlimited. It’s all on Sony Entertainment Network and found with a common sign-on ID and digital wallet through your smartphone.
|Size (mm)||122 x 59.5 x 10.5|
|Monitor||16,777,216 colour TFT
Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine
Scratch-resistant, shatter proof sheet on mineral glass
|Resolution (Pixels)||960 x 540|
|Screen Size (inches)||4.0|
|Touch Screen||Capacitive touchscreen with on-screen QWERTY keyboard|
|Memory||Internal phone storage: 16GB (up to 13GB user-accessible memory)
|Talk Time (up to)||6 Hours (GSM) *1|
|Standby Time (up to)||475 Hours(UMTS) *1|
|Network||GSM GPRS/EDGE 850、900、1800、1900
W-CDMA Band I、II、V and VIII
|Operation System||Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
(Upgrade to Android 4, Ice Cream Sandwich, planned in Quarter 2 2012)
1 GHz U8500 Dual Core processor
|Focus/Zoom||Auto Focus/ Digital Zoom up to 8x|
|Features||Sony’s Exmor™ R for mobile CMOS sensor / HD video recording (1080p) / 3D Sweep Panorama / Accelerated Adobe Flash Video / Face detection and Smile detection / Front-facing camera (VGA)
Image playback, supported formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, WBMP
Image capture, supported format: JPEG Video playback and recording, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4
Face detection and Smile detection
|Flash||Built-in LED Flash|
|Connectivity||USB High speed 2.0 and Micro USB support / WiFi and WiFi Hotspot functionality / HDMI Support / DLNA Certified / Synchronisation via Exchange ActiveSync, Google Sync and Facebook / aGPS / WebKit web browser with Pan & zoom / Bluetooth technology / Native USB tethering / NFC / Noise Suppression|
|Entertainment||TrackID music recognition / xLOUD Experience – audio filter technology from Sony / FM Radio with RDS / 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones / Motion gaming / Timescape with Twitter integrated / Facebook inside Xperia 2.0 / Sony Entertainment Network (selected markets only) / Clear bass and clear stereo
Audio playback, supported formats: MP3, 3GPP, MP4, SMF, WAV, OTA, Ogg vorbis
Audio recording, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4, AMR
|Pre-loaded applications||Google Voice Search / Google Talk with video chat / Google Mail / Google Calendar / Google Gallery 3D / Google Maps with Street View and Latitude|
*1 A Standby time specification is an industry standard. The only intention is to allow comparison of different mobile phones under the same circumstances. Factors including - but not limited to - network, settings, location, movement, signal strength and cell traffic strongly effect standby power consumption. Standby time specifications of different mobile phones can therefore be compared only in a controlled laboratory environment. When any mobile phone is used in real life - i.e., under circumstances for which the mobile phone is intended - the actual standby time could be considerably lower and will be strongly dependent on the factors mentioned above.