Sony Xperia S LT26i
Feels good in hand.
Mini HDMI connection.
High-quality 4.3 in screen.
Good 12.1-megapixel camera with very fast startup time.
NFC SmartTags are handy.
Good for multimedia.
32GB of internal storage.
Intuitive customized user interface.
Vivid and rich colors from a 720p display.
Smooth performance from dualcore 1.5GHz processor.
One second from sleep to snap.
Quality HD display with ultrahigh pixel density.
Distinguished design with a transparent illuminated strip.
Strong loudspeaker with clean sound.
No Ice Cream Sandwich out the box.
Don't stand its ground against other flagship models appearing.
Poor battery performance.
Doesn't play classic PlayStation games.
Large form factor is awkward for typing.
Back scuffs easily.
Sealed battery compartment.
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