While everyone is launching Android 4.0 handsets, Sony has stuck with Gingerbread (2.3.7) for now with a planned ICS update somewhere down the line. While this is a little disappointing, it’s not the end of the world and with Sony’s Timescape UI running, you can hardly tell the difference. Sony have stuck with the same features and functions in timescape from their previous phones and just tweaked some of the apps, after all, why fix something that’s not broken? The interface is incredibly smooth and fluid with just a very slight hint of lag that creeps in sometimes but, it’s just for a brief moment and then it’s smooth again. The new theme of the UI looks very nice and the textured gray background in the menus are easy on the eyes and give it a fresh look.
A familiar looking interface
A powerful phone
Revamped music player is pretty neat
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