Sony Xperia S LT26i

  • Sony Xperia S LT26i
81
Based on 95 scores, 182 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    30
  • Good:
    44
  • Average:
    15
  • Bad:
    6

Pros:

  • Excellent screen.
  • Feels good in hand.
  • Mini HDMI connection.

Cons:

  • No Ice Cream Sandwich out the box.
  • Don't stand its ground against other flagship models appearing.

Expert reviews and ratings

By LaptopMag on 70

The slimmed-down but still stylish Sony Xperia Tablet S boasts a number of multimedia apps and access to Sony's online entertainment...

By cnet on 60

Sony's pricey, stylish Xperia S is packed with multimedia tricks but is undone by a slow processor and lackluster...

By APC Magazine on 90

Have you heard? Sony Ericsson doesn't officially exist anymore. It's just plain, old Sony now and like most divorcees, the company has used this as an opportunity to reinvent itself.Sony is gunning for both geeks and fashionistas with its latest...

By GadgetSpeak on 80

The latest do everything phone from Sony - the Xperia S. In a form factor little bigger than just a mobile phone you can surf the Internet, get your emails, make and receive phone calls and use third party Android software to keep in...

By evogadget.com on -

The Sony Xperia S makes for a truly nice smartphone. It still has a lot to polish to become...

By Phone Arena on -

The Samsung Galaxy S III got announced only a few weeks ago, and we've already gone into great depths regarding the device and its features. We've reviewed it, compared it against pretty much all of its rivals, made an in-depth screen...

By Phone Arena on -

Sony's lineup of Android phones has been picking up pace recently, but now with the Xperia S and its buddies, the P and U, the company is hoping to finally reclaim that title of a leading phone manufacturer. However, for such a thing to happen,...

By TechSmart.co.za on -

If the Xperia S was speed-dating, it would tick all the right boxes quickly and easily. Very powerful performance, check. Awesome screen, check. Great camera, check. And out of the current range of leading smartphones available in SA, Sony’s S...

By AsiaOne on 80

The Xperia S is a sleek smartphone that's worth a look if you are shopping for a feature-packed...

By TechCentral on 80

Sony's first smartphone since it parted ways from Ericsson, the Xperia S, is a feature-packed premium Android smartphone. SLOW: While the rest of the phone feels fine, the capacitive buttons on the bottom of the phone are tiny and not very...

By Tech Digest on 80

Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: Sony's Xperia S sets itself apart from the Android-touting crowd with a keen eye for design, at least aesthetically. A glossy black front with a matte-black backing, the phone has a thin see through...

By Computeractive on -

The new Xperia S is Sony's first smartphone since its alliance with Ericsson ended last year. It runs Android and it's rather stylish. The matte black case is only plastic, but it still feels extremely solid and our only grumble is that the...

By Phone Arena on -

There is no arguing that the HTC One X feels more modern than the Sony Xperia S with its slim, light and curved profile, plus the uniform HTC Sense interface over the latest version of Android. The Xperia S, on the other hand, is quite boxy and heavy...

By Channel Pro on 80

A decent all-rounder with a fantastic screen and a very reasonable price tag undermined by unacceptable battery lifeRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) The Xperia range of smartphones has proved a little hit and miss for Sony, but the latest makes a superb...

By PC Pro on 67

A decent all-rounder with a fantastic screen and a very reasonable price tag undermined by unacceptable battery...

By TechTree on 70

Like every other dual-core Android device, the Xperia S has a terrible battery life. Its 1750 mAh pack manages to keep the device up for only about 5 hours, and it gets even worse with gaming. The handset has a great design, impressive sound quality, a...

By The Lobe and Mail on -

In the bloody, lawless gang-brawl that is the modern smartphone market, Google’s Android operating system is quickly becoming the weapon of choice. While Apple continues to hoard the vast majority of profit in the mobile world, dozens of other...

By DigitalVersus on 80

With an innovative design, a nice finish, an interface with broad appeal and high responsiveness, the Xperia S easily falls into the pantheon of today's high quality smartphones. However, surprisingly for its market positioning, it doesn't live...

By 5FWD on 80

What the Sony Xperia S does, it does very well. Performance is fast, the screen is great and the camera more than adequate. Owners however will have to wait a bit longer to get the most from the Sony Xperia S, when the Android 4.0 update drops....

By PC Authority on 83

Sony is now making a go of its smartphone range on its own, buying out long-time partner Ericsson and the Xperia S is the first Sony only smartphone, having just launched in Australia in early April. Design-wise, the S keeps a lot of similar notes to...