Thematically, the new Sony interface is very similar to what we saw with Timescale - many menus gray, minimalist white icons and text, and dark backgrounds with swirls of color. It is less intrusive and more customizable than the previous version. To give you an idea, it is comparable to the interface Sense 4.1 from HTC
Use multitasking is a little different from other Android devices, because you have a carousel of thumbnail icons to the right of your screen. You also have an additional bar at the bottom of the screen, with shortcuts to applications called "practices" (calculator, stopwatch, and notepad and voice recorder). The application drawer has undergone some changes, and now you can edit its contents to a certain point. A button allows you to uninstall some non-essential elements. You can also choose to sort applications alphabetically or by frequency of use. All the good things of Android Ice Cream Sandwich are present, but in general the juxtaposition of the interface Sony spoils a bit the user experience.
With Sony, especially on a high end camera, you know beforehand that imaging will be good. Sony has indeed been one of the first manufacturers to market to the general public backlit sensors 5BSI), with its range Exmor R CMOS. The primary camera is a Sony Xperia T 13-megapixel resolution with 4128 x 3096 pixels, LED flash and af/2.4 opening + video light. Features include autofocus, touch focus, image stabilization and digital video, face detection and smile, panorama mode, geo-tagging, digital zoom, self-timer and 1080p HD video capture. A secondary camera (front) 1.3 megapixel allows video calling.
We found that this configuration works well in terms of clarity and image stabilization. In revnache, there seems to be few options for work in low or very bright: no white balance, HDR mode or ISO. Therefore, some shots are a bit iffy and the results are not always at the rendezvous. That being said, the images are usually sharp, and you even get to take a few shots really impressive.
Nowadays, you're lucky if your Smartphone lasts a whole day, even by moderate use. The general level is more or less mediocre. We still found that the Sony Xperia T was doing pretty well in this area. You will always load daily, unfortunately, but unlike other devices on the market it will not be emptied at once if you use a power hungry application (such as Angry Birds!) It is also quite quick to load. The lithium battery is a 1850 mAh model, and Sony says it can last 7 hours of talk time and 400 hours standby
Indeed, although the vast majority of applications are satisfactory, using the same device can be problematic. The interface is not very well optimized, especially in widgets, and internal storage is insufficient. This is not a bad phone, far from it, but it is not a success. After our test, we did not want to continue using the device. This is never a good signů
All this is a shame for Sony. We really liked the Xperia T is excellent
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Cathrine Mckay is one of many experts working for New nokia lumia. The expertise involves detail understanding of smart phones such as Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vedux.com and BlackBerry Z10. He has been writing articles about latest technologies being developed and used in smart phones.
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