The display used here is a 3.5-inch LED-backlit TFT screen sporting a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. It is scratch-resistant, but that does not mean that it cannot get scratched at all. The scratch-resistant panel is safe from scratches and minor damage caused during everyday wear and tear such as being wiped, slid into the pocket, and kept along with other things in a bag or purse. However, the screen can get scratched with sharp objects such as keys or if it falls to the ground. The display screen is slightly elevated by around a millimetre, and it does not feature any physical buttons for the Home, Back or Menu functions. The touch sensitive buttons are kept in mind for the complete watertight shell which could give-in if the buttons were physical. The display is multi-touch and can be operated by four fingers simultaneously giving you more freedom while gaming on the phone. The display uses the Sony Mobile Bravia Engine for better quality and crisp details. Hence, even though the display has a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, the pixels are not easily seen unless inspected minutely.
the insides are pretty safe with every port and entrance water-tight
The waterproof shell has physical buttons for changing the volume and power. But these buttons simply press internally sealed buttons, keeping it watertight. The speaker, mic and earpiece are the only areas that need to be left open, but those too have been cleverly shielded by a water-resistant mesh. The body is compact (only 9.8mm), elegant, and weights only 110 grams.
Features and Performance
We ran a few benchmarks on it. NenaMark spewed a score of 70,049, which is marginally higher than the rest of the phones in the Xperia series. Linpack too gave a score of 65.8 MFLOPS and 41.3 MFLOPS, which are both around 30 percent higher than the others. Quadrant shelled out a total score of 2,574 while AntuTu resulted in 5,745. A table listing the comparative scores is given for your reference.
Comparison table for performance
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Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 1:21 pm IST
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