Sony Xperia Ion LT28i Already LTE

After being introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, Sony is now ready to market the Xperia Ion carries the jumbo-sized 4.6-inch screen. Carrying the 10.6 mm thick body, Ion arguably somewhat thicker than competitors that carry the body thickness below 10mm. Comes with support for 4G LTE connection, ready to lure consumers Ion homeland with a 12 megapixel camera briefing pinned. So what kind of performance smartphone released with the official 5.5 million dollars? Please see the following reviews:

Dimensions: (WxDxH): 133 x 68 x 10.8 mm, Weight: 144 g Comes with a unibody design, the Xperia Ion battery hidden in the stainless casing that reveals the impression of luxury and elegance to their owners. To change the micro SIM and insert micro SD card you have to move up, cover located on the back of the phone precisely on the very top.
Rear casing Xperia Ion looks convex so that feels good in the hand. Unfortunately stainless steel material used is easy to leave a trail of finger.
While the front display is decorated with four touch sensitive buttons which consists of the menu, home, back and search. On the right side of the phone is the power button, volume and physical camera shutter. While the left-embedded micro HDMI port and a micro USB complete with lid.

Qualcomm MSM8260 SnapdragonDual Core1.5 GHz; GPU: Adreno 220; 1GB RAM, 16GB Storage, Up to 32 GB MicroSD Card Targeting hi-end users, the Xperia Ion comes with a fairly powerful hardware supplies in the form of a dual core processor speed of 1.5 GHz.
To be able to run fast, Sony is using 1GB of RAM which is also supported by the Adreno 220 GPU. As for storage space, Sony set up an internal memory of 16GB which can be used by users in the range of 10GB. Of course you can still insert a microSD card slot up to 32GB capacity memory it has.

Interface and OS
Android 2.3.7, 4.6 "1280x720 pixels, IPS LCD16 Million Colors (~ 219 ppi) Scratch Resistant Glass. Carrying a touch screen measuring 4.6 inch jumbo, Xperia Ion presenting presenting HD720P resolution pixel density in the range of 219 ppi. Performance under the hot sun can still be seen though arguably still slightly reflective. Too bad the screens, the Xperia Ion only has a scratch resistant layer is not a layer of Gorilla Glass scratch as other hi-end phones.
Turning to the interface, you can select the 7 fruit theme consisting of silk, turquoise, emerald, sapphire, gold, ruby ​​and amethyst are not only visible on the homescreen but also applied to all Timescape interface adopted by Ion.
The front display Xperia Ion homescreen consists of 5 pages, each of which contains a variety of widgets like weather, SNS, music & video, and so on. Go to the menu, you are offered a variety of iconic horizontal grid format by default consists of 3 pages. You can set the order of the icons alphabetically, recently installed, most used or own order.

Camera and Video
Camera: 12 MP, 4000x3000 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, 3D sweep panorama, image stabilization; Secondary: VGA, 16:9; video: 1080p @ 30fps, continuous autofocus, video light, video stabilizer In the sector of photography, Sony set up a camera has 12 megapixel resolution is also equipped with Exmor R sensor that promises crisp results in low light conditions. To take a picture, you can select the shutter button is physical or virtual. By using the quick launch mode, you can directly take pictures in lockscreen position simply by pressing the shutter button physique.
With a large pixel size, you can enlarge the pictures taken to see the detail without encountering obstacles that look increasingly dim picture for example. Ion rear camera shows a high sensitivity to light when used for taking pictures indoors even if it means sacrificing the ability to determine the focal point. Overall, Ion able to produce images with the right color and saturation.
As for the moving image recording, Xperia Ion able to produce images with a resolution of Full HD1080P which appears smooth and free of fractures. For video lasted about 1.5 minutes, the Xperia Ion produces mp4 file format at 146MB.