Gorgeous and vivid display.
Cheap $100 price, Topnotch specs, 12megapixel camera, 4G LTE connectivity
Great looking screen, Takes above average pictures.
Gorgeous display, elegant looks with quality materials.
Bright and sharp 4.6-inch 720p display; Superb 12-MP camera; 4G LTE at value price; SmartTags feature lets you control the phone from a keychain
Sony delivers a flagshipworthy CPU, display and camera at a midrange $100 price point. Quality materials make the phone feel durable. Nice touchscreen display. Hooking it up to an HDTV launches a minimalist, bigscreenfriendly interface.
Solid camera, fast data
Can be operated with a TV remote, 12-megapixel camera, NFC, Solid build.
Killer $99.99 oncontract price, Sharp looking HD Reality Display, Sturdy construction, Heavy with Multimedia
The affordable Sony Xperia Ion has solid call quality and swift 4G LTE that ties into Sony's vast entertainment empire.
Occasional lags with certain apps, loudspeaker is not great for music, camera is good but disappointing video recording
Camera autofocus is slow, Navigation buttons unresponsive, Scratchable screen, Runs old version (2.3) of Android, Outdated processor compared to competitors, USB port cover is cumbersome
Ships running an old OS, Navigation buttons don't always work.
Last generation CPU and ships with Android 2.3.
Ships with older Android Gingerbread 2.3.7; Heavier and thicker than competing smartphones; Capacitive buttons hard to read; Tinny audio from speaker; ;
Has all the personality of a Ford Taurus. Outdated, clunky design. It runs last year’s operating system (Gingerbread? Really?), making the whole experience feel behind the times.
Terrible battery life, poor display, sluggish performance, dated software
Runs older version of Android, Poor phone call quality, Too much non-HD video bloatware, Bugs.
Running Gingerbread, Jerky web browsing, Questionable battery life, Unresponsive capacitive buttons
Lackluster images and video belie the Xperia's claimed 12MP camera. It's also held back by an old processor and an outdated OS.
By Mobile88 on October 17, 2012
SONY is hoping to stand out in the crowded Android smartphone with its snazzy smartphone, the Xperia Ion. The Ion is has a massive 4.6in glass screen that seamlessly blends with the rest of the phone's sharp design.The screen is gorgeous, has a...-
By AsiaOne on October 16, 2012
The Xperia Ion is an Android phone worth considering if you are in the market for...70
By FoneArena on September 19, 2012
It is difficult to fault the Xperia Ion in terms of its build quality or looks and there are no glaring omissions in the phone. What is missing is an extra layer of polish in the software which would have helped evade the fairly common lockups and...-
By Tech2 on August 27, 2012
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By Tbreak.com on August 12, 2012
The Sony Xperia Ion is a curious phone; one that doesn’t quite blow you away but still manages to hold your attention. While it does have an occasional hiccup with the touch buttons, it’s a decent Android phone running Ice Cream Sandwich...-
By Here's How on July 24, 2012
There's a million smartphones out there, but Sony is trying to make its new Xperia Ion stand out from the crowd. It's got slick styling, excellent specs and a number of novel...-
By Digital Trends on July 20, 2012
The Xperia Ion is not a bad handset, but it does feel about six months old. This is likely because it was first shown in January at the Consumer Electronics Show. Many things have changed since then, but the processor and operating system on the Ion...60
By GSMArena on July 10, 2012
Let's be honest here - Sony missed a great opportunity with the Xperia ion for AT&T. Had the device hit the shelves shortly after its announcement, it would have enjoyed a flagship status and a higher price tag, along with the potential for selling...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on July 06, 2012
The Sony Xperia Ion sounds impressive on paper, but has a few shortcomings that keep it from being on...60
By MobileTechReview on July 06, 2012
For a budget priced phone, the Sony Xperia Ion, like the Motorola Atrix HD has a good helping of top of the line features. The display, elegant design, classy materials and excellent camera make our collective heart go pitter-pat. Voice quality and...60