Sony Mobile Phones, just by name, used to incite feelings of joy just because of their unique design language and terrific value for money. The music series is no longer in existence but has been replaced by an even more powerful arsenal of devices that are sure to impress. The smart phone range, for example, is a diverse lot that has been welcomed with open arms by the people of Philippines.
Sony Mobile Communications Inc. is a company that is currently headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and Lund, which is in Sweden. It is involved in production, development and marketing of telecommunication devices under the title of 'Sony Ericsson'. In the Philippines, Sony Mobile Phones have been held to be a premium lineup for the last decade, ever since the launch of their MP3 player series that went on to become a legend. This company was named the fourth largest smart phone producer in terms of market share with international shipping of over 9.8 million, in 2012.
Sony has improved the camera from the Z3 and boosted it to an impressive 23MP, so you can now take better photos than on any Sony smartphone before, even in low light.
Design and build quality
If you have a soft spot for Sony's current Xperia lineup of mobile devices then you'll quickly warm up to the Z1S. It uses the same jet-black color scheme, sharp lines, glass panels, and silver accents gracing the , , and . I admit I like the Xperia design language, which manages to be both sober yet sophisticated. It also helps Sony phones to stand out in a world overcrowded with look-alike plastic mobile gadgets.
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