Sony Xperia C3 and T3 Review

August 1, 2014 bassmediagroup No Comments

Sony Xperia C3 and Sony Xperia T3, are two exciting handsets from giant manufacturers Sony ready to join the Xperia range. From quality mobiles like the Xperia Z2, we can be sure that these latest handsets will follow the same design patterns. For the fitness fanatics we see a wristband from Sony, but is it in comparison with Samsung’s Gear Watch?

Sony Xperia C3

 

Sony Xperia C3 & Xperia T3

The Sony Xperia C3 was released earlier this month in London, with the Sony Xperia C3 being promoted as the ‘world’s best selfie smartphone’. The handset sports a 5 megapixel front facing camera, including an LED flash and wide-angle lens, including an 8 megapixel rear camera.

The Android phone has a 5.5 inch screen to help view and edit your social selfies, with boosted camera features for adjusting them selfie shots. This 4G ready smartphone is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor at 1.2 GHZ. Most of the other phone firms don’t supply a powerful front camera, however Nokia is said to have a similar handset on their working table, claimed to be called ‘Superman’.

The Sony Xperia T3 features a thin body at just 7mm combined with a 5.3 screen; it may well be the slimmest handset on the market. This mobile seemed to be launched as a minor handset by Sony, we assume to complete a mid-range collection. The Xperia T3 is a cut down version of the Xperia Z2, with built in Sony features like AR effect, Timeshift burst and easy transfer.

The 8 megapixel rear facing camera creates quality pictures in any and all conditions. This handset is not the best that Sony has released, however the mobile is worth the price and is a lovely smartphone.

Over the last couple of years, we have seen an increased interest in smartphone adaptable wrist devices, from companies like Google, Nike and Samsung. World Cup official sponsors Sony have the Official Smartphone Accessory to have, ‘SmartBand’, available in the signature 2014 World Cup colours.

The silicone rubber bracelet can submerse in up to 5- feet of water for up to 30 minutes, it sports one button, LED indicators and a USB charging dock. The wristband is compatible on any Android mobile but the user would require the Sony’s ‘LifeLog’ app, alongside the SmartBand app to help control the settings on the band. The SmartBand is not the stylist smartphone accessory we have seen but for its low cost and light weight, we would not mind wearing one.

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