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jbmoocs

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  #629899 24-May-2012 14:18
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crackrdbycracku:
jbmoocs: The Xperia P is an absolutely beautiful phone to behold with that casted aluminium rear and 4in screen that has a qHD resolution of 960×540 and a pixel density of 275 ppi. This phone may well be the wiinner for me at this present time. The design is premium, so any shortcomings in storage and slimness will be irrelevant to me due to its magnificent build quality compared to Samsung or HTC's offering in this category at present. I may hold out for another month or jump in very soon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtfv2cZ6s14&feature=related


How much? 


To me the most reliable source is http://www.mobicity.co.nz/sony-xperia-p.html#tabContainer $700. The only let down of this device is the shockingly anorexic battery that might pose a to be a deal breaker  - 1350mah! At first I was skeptical about the non removable battery but I think it helps the design and in real world use for me i don't carry an extra battery period.

 
 
 

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  #629940 24-May-2012 15:26
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Yeah, that battery probably is a deal breaker for me. 

My current front runner in phone upgrade is the Motorola Razr Maxx for no other reason than it has a massive battery, 3,300mAh. The rest of the phone is standard (4.3 screen), dated (processor specs etc) or crap (Gingerbread OS with an ICS upgrade 'coming soon').

But that battery... 




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jbmoocs

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  #629960 24-May-2012 15:55
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crackrdbycracku: Yeah, that battery probably is a deal breaker for me. 

My current front runner in phone upgrade is the Motorola Razr Maxx for no other reason than it has a massive battery, 3,300mAh. The rest of the phone is standard (4.3 screen), dated (processor specs etc) or crap (Gingerbread OS with an ICS upgrade 'coming soon').

But that battery... 


But it is a small phone, less powerful so you probably won't game the crap out of it!  

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