Here we bring you the brother of the Bond phone, the Xperia TX. The device features a beautiful 4.55 inches High Definition display, a snappy Snapdragon dual core krait processor, Adreno 225 GPU to fulfill all the graphic requirements, 1 GB RAM for a silky smooth User experience and an amazing 13MP camera for camera enthusiastic people.
Xperia TX features a beautiful rectangular design. The back of the phone is inspired by its predecessor; the Xperia Arc hence has a beautiful curve that makes the device easier to hold. All this goodness comes in a thickness of only 8.6 mm. The front of the device is a shatter proof and scratch resistant glass, and the back of the phone is made up of Matte plastic. The plastic neither feels cheap in hand nor attracts finger prints, hence a great choice of materials used by Sony.
Xperia TX packs an amazing 4.55 inches high definition display. It is a TFT capacitive touchscreen, has a resolution of 720*1280 pixels, a pixel density of 323 pixels per inch and is a multi-touch display which can take inputs from up to 10 fingers at a time. Last but not the least, the display is backed by Sony’s Mobile Bravia Engine which takes the display to its maximum potential and delivers exceptional performance.
Considering the price tag the device comes with, Sony did a good job in choosing the hardware the device will run on. Xperia TX packs a Snapdragon Dual core krait processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and an Adreno 225 GPU. Both of them make a good couple and neither are power hungry nor do they provide you with slow, boring and useless performance. To further back up performance levels, the device comes with 1GB Ram. This makes quite an adequate bundle leading to a smooth and satisfying user experience.
It’s time to take file sharing to the next level. Thanks to NFC, file sharing is now totally a hassle free experience. Just bump both the devices and Woala, NFC shows its magic.
The device comes with 16 GB of internal storage but hey, we still have the good news. The times are over when we had to worry not to run out of storage. Xperia TX offers a MicroSD card slot that is capable to increase the storage of the device by up to 32 GB hence can easily fulfill your entire urge for a huge media library.
Sony has really made a name when it comes to Software updates. The device comes with android v4.0.4 ice cream sandwich and is planned to update directly to v4.3 jelly bean
Xperia TX comes with a 13MP image sensor that is capable of recording 1080p full HD videos at 30 frames per second. The camera features include Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, 3D sweep panorama, image and video stabilization. The secondary (Front facing) camera is a 1.3 MP camera that is capable of recording 720p HD videos at 30 Frames per second.
The 13MP shooter comes with its own perks, one being image and video stabilization. You neither need steady hands nor need a stationary subject to take good images, thanks to Image and video stabilization.
Thanks to the Exmor R sensor, lighting conditions are not a problem. To further boost quality, the camera is towed with a LED flash so that image quality is never compromised.
|Platform|| Android V4.0.4, planned to update to v4.3
|Wi-Fi|| 802.11 a/b/g/n
|Screen Size|| 4.55 inches
|Camera Pixel|| 13 Megapixels
|Processor Type|| 1.5 GHz Snapdragon Dual core krait processor
|Frequency Band|| GSM 850/900/1800/1900
|Resolution|| 720*1280 pixels HD display (323 Pixels per inch)
|Bluetooth|| Yes, v3.1 with A2DP
|Video Recorder|| 1080p at 30 frames per second
|RAM|| 1 GB
|Internal Memory|| 16 GB
|Expandable Memory|| Up to 32 GB
|USB|| MicroUSB v2.0
|Talk Time|| up to 6 hours 40 minutes
|Standby Time|| up to 300 hours
|Dimension||131 x 68.6 x 8.6 mm|
|Weight|| 127 Grams
Posted by Beth on 21st Apr 2014
Own the PC game; can't say I played thruogh the whole thing though. Went thruogh the demo on my 7.7 Galaxy Tab. Then spent the better part of a train ride optimizing. Spacechem was meant to be on the tablet, and it shows: the interface works well. I'm looking forward to purchasing the full version.