The Xperia P is a quad-band GSM phone and you have all the basic connectivity options covered like 3G, Wi-Fi, DLNA, NFC, Bluetooth, etc. Connecting the phone to the PC puts it automatically in MTP mode. You can use it with the companion suite as well, although that’s not needed. The advantage of MTP mode over mass storage is that you can still use the internal memory while you’re transferring data. The stock browser is not the best of the lot since it’s a Gingerbread browser. Webpages are rendered well and text and images appear sharp and crisp. However, it's not the best screen, size-wise, for browsing due to the narrow form factor of the phone.
Plenty of bundled apps
Plenty of options to tinker around with
Captures good detail
Macro mode, with flash
Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 3:49 pm IST
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