Thursday, 9 August 2012

Sony Xperia ion - new Android ICS smartphone is available in India

Sony's latest smartphone, christened as Xperia ion is now available for sell in India. Wearing a price tag of Rs 35,999, the device with 4.6 inch TFT display, is powered with Android v4.0 (ICS) OS and 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor.

Looking similar to elder siblings to name Xperia P, Xperia U, and Xperia S, the smartphone has elegant look and impressive built quality. It comes in two avatars - Black & Red. It has 1GB RAM, and packs 16GB internal memory (up to12.9GB is user-accessible), can be further  expanded up to 32GB via microSD card. 

To worth its price tag, Sony Xperia ion comes with good 12.1 MP camera. Apart from clicking crisp images, the phone is capable of HD video recording (1080p). Even, its 1.3MP front camera shoots HD 720p videos. Users can have great photography and videographer experience with the camera phone as it has plethora of settings such as 16x digital zoom, face detection, and 3D panorama. 

On entertainment front, Sony Xperia ion is monster. It has music player and FM radio with RDS – listen to your favorite music and act as humming bird! xLOUD Experience, the audio filter technology from Sony provides ultimate pleasure to your ears – every beats will reach the depth of your ear drum! As Sony Xperia ion has universal 3.5mm audio jack, you can use your favorite headset to roll on the music. However, the one provided with the sale pack is awesome. While, you can download innumerable games from the Google Play store, 3D and motion gaming is an added advantage for the gamers. Timescape UI enables users to get all communication with a person in one place. One can also enjoy watching favorite TV show by TV launcher. 

Connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, HDMI, Bluetooth, 3G, GPS, NFC, and USB let hook to your media and contact in a way you wish!  This superphone has big 1900 mAh battery to keep you active for long. Say no to battery recharge after every few hours. Your device is blessed with 12 hours of music listening time, 3 hours of video playback time, 10 hours of talktime, and 400 hours stand by time. 

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