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Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black)

Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black)
Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black)


Product Added : November 23rd, 2013
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Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black)


Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen--U.S.Warranty (Black)

Stay in the sun and watch everything clearly on Xperia P’s ultra-bright Reality Display with White Magic technology. Shoot the action as it happens in full HD with the 8 MP camera. It starts up fast, snaps faster and is excellent in low light. Dull day? Brighten it up with a choice of up to 12 million songs from Music unlimitedor the latest movies from Video Unlimited All on Sony Entertainment Network. Want to share your content on the big screen? View your pictures, movies and TV shows on your tablet, TV or laptop. It’s so easy to connect. Read the news or see the latest sports clips on an ultra-bright screen, even in glaring sunlight, thanks to Sony’s unique WhiteMagic technology. It automatically adjusts your screen to where you are staying bright and super clear in sunlight, while saving power when you’re inside. And thanks to Mobile BRAVIA Engine, the colors in your favorite clips and stills look as razor sharp and clear as ever. Shoot it as you see it. The end of the party or the early morning start of your holiday. Make everything look as sharp as possible with Xperia P’s 8 megapixel full HD camera with Exmor R for mobile image sensor. It helps you capture stunning pictures, even in low light.
The product does not include HDMI Cable

  • Networks: UMTS HSPA 850 (Band V), 900 (Band VIII), 1900 (Band II) and 2100 (Band I); GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900. Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). 1 GHz NovaThor U8500 Dual core. Internal phone storage 16 GB/RAM 1 GB
  • Display: 4-Inch, 960×540 pixels 16,777,216 color TFT; Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine; Scratch-resistant, shatter proof sheet on mineral glass; WhiteMagic technology
  • Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Hotspot functionality; HDMI Support; aGPS; NFC; FM Radio with RDS; xLOUD Experience audio filter technology from Sony; TrackID music recognition; Clear bass and clear stereo
  • Camera and video: 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and Auto focus; 8x digital zoom; HD video recording (1080p); 3D Sweep Panorama; Front-facing camera (VGA)
  • US Version with 1-year US warranty

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Question by : Where can I get a decent phone and how much does it cost to get a phone unlocked?
So here’s the thing I’m on virgin mobile and I want a mobile for under say £70 qwerty keyboard would be good as well and a decent camera say 3 megapixels or more… And roughly how much does it cost to get a phone unlocked too? Thank you :)

Best answer:

Answer by Allana Beckham
You can get the unlock code through online……….give your IMEI number and get the unlock code for ur mobile…. i will suggest the website Unlock-Zone.com which is doing good service …..you can approach this website.its cheap & worthy……….you can chk the price range by visiting this website since it differs for every model………
This site is nearly perfect and they were recommended highly in the cell phone forums. I used them to unlock my cell phone. contacted them and within 30 mins i had my unlock code and my phone was unlocked.
Hope this helps.

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What customers say about Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black)?

  1. 83 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Premium phone that functions well., October 2, 2012
    By 
    Sono (California) –
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    This review is from: Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I’m a person who wants a few things from a phone.
    1. Does the basics well (call, receive, messaging)
    2. The equipment is quality (display, camera, speaker, gps, browser)
    3. Relatively modern without the expensive price. (I could care less about the latest edge in smartphones, anything that is outdated before its warranty ends should not be a heavy investment.)
    This phone fulfilled these challenges rather nicely.

    Description:
    This phone has a 4″ display, finished with a rounded aluminum backing in matte black. The bar that contains the android’s back, home, and menu keys is transparent. The top of the phone has the 3.5mm jack. The bottom piece is a removable plastic cap. Removing it will expose a label that shows the serial/manufacturer info. The speakerphone is on the right side of the phone, below that is the power/unlock screen button, below that button is the volume adjustment, and ends with a 2-stage dedicated camera button. There is a front facing camera for skype and a rear facing 8mp camera (6mp when used in 16:9 widescreen) equipped with a bright LED flash. On the left side of the phone there is the micro-usb charging port, the micro hdmi ouput, the slot for microsim. The micro usb and hdmi ports are uncovered whereas the microsim port is covered. Comes with in-ear headphones w/ microphone as linked here Sony MH750 Stereo Headset with Microphone and Answer/End Button for Cell Phones – Black (Bulk Packaging) Factory unlocked with 1 year manufacturer warranty.

    The good:
    -Screen quality and brightness. Big and bright with 960×540 resolution. The indoor/outdoor visibility of the screen is just phenomenal. All the displayed text is legible and all the colors are only minimally washed out even in the southern California sunlight. At times, I use this phone in the dark and the backlight adjustment is just perfect. My eyes aren’t strained at all when I do my 10-20 minute web browsing/Angry Birds session before I sleep. The screen is bright enough to be used outdoors and sensitive enough to be used indoors. As an added touch it comes with a screen protector applied by the factory.
    -The camera. It is quick to focus, flash, and take a picture. The camera key can be used to activate the camera when the phone is in sleep (have to really press down on it for .5s), and it can be set to whether the phone will take a picture directly or just focused. This camera wake-up option (called Quick Launch by Sony) can be disabled altogether.
    -Speaker phone quality. It’s not tinny and sharp and its loud enough.
    -Cellphone reception. It’s been good for me even on T-mobile even without 3G and the other bands as seen in the chart Amazon as provided. WiFi strength is reasonably strong.
    -Texting. 3 choices in keyboard layout, traditional T9 and 2 versions of QWERTY. There is a gesture function (dragging your finger across the letters of a word will automatically type the word), texting too quickly will activate this function so I turned it off. Auto-correct can be fully tamed. The voice-to-text works really well for me, I tried the tongue twister “She sells sea shells by the sea shore” and it worked for the most part. The only mistake that it made was instead of sea it inputted see. There are options of different language keyboards as well, English, Chinese, and Japanese.
    -Optimization of Android OS by Sony. Very quick to jump from menu to menu, app to app. Applies updates independently with just a WiFi source. Facebook integration works, Skype works depending on bandwith strength.
    -Overall quality and feel. Thin and well weighted. The touchscreen is very responsive asides from the trouble I have swiping across screens with 1 hand. The transparent bar’s keys are very responsive. It is incredibly distinct with its design, unlike those other just rectangular bars with a big screen.
    -No software required to connect the Xperia P to a PC. It opens up the ~12gb of usable space like a flash drive, transfers files drag and drop style. There’s an optional Xperia companion software, but I prefer the simplicity of dragging and dropping files.
    -Language options. The Xperia P comes loaded with 50+ languages including multiple dialects of English, Spanish, and Chinese. As a cruel joke someone can set the language to Basa Sunda, Galego, Shqipe, or Srpski.
    -The included in-ear headphones aren’t the best but it’s better than the cheap earbuds normally packaged with phones. The headphone’s wire lacks a slider because it’s the behind the neck style wire where the left bud’s wire is 1/2 to 1/3 the length of the right bud.

    The bad:
    -Subpar battery life unless all battery saving apps are on. Leaving WiFi connected alone drained the battery in half over night. Turning on extended…

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  2. 36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressed!, January 31, 2013
    By 
    J. Fischer (California) –
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    This review is from: Sony Xperia P LT22i-BK Unlocked Phone with 8 MP Camera, Android 2.3 OS, Dual-Core Processor, and 4-Inch Touchscreen–U.S.Warranty (Black) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I think that it is important to state I have never owned a smartphone prior to this purchase. I never thought it practical to own one on the premise that I’d be stuck in a contract with some lousy company and spend $130 per month (college student/part-time work). Unlocked = no contract? Hell yeah. Tech awareness level: I OWN an ASUS g75V, 12 Gb RAM, nVidia GTX 670M, it’s pretty cool but that’s a different story, I emphasize own because I don’t want you to think that I chisel designs in rocks for fun.

    Anyway, enough pre-review ramble there is plenty review ramble to kill a few minutes of your time. Sorry, non-refundable. Take it for what it’s worth: If you want to skip the specifics of my review, go to the end and I will briefly restate the points made throughout in the last paragraph. Thanks :)

    The OS needs an update upon delivery. This is, apparently, important to do with ALL Android phones upon update: you must do a factory reset after you update your phone to 4.0 (ice cream sandwich), or else you will have APN issues, and certainly other software incompatibilities. This will mess with your multimedia message delivery and probably some other important things I can’t fathom. Make sure you factory reset the phone before you do anything after the update, because you will inevitably reset it at one point and lose this info. Don’t back up anything until you reset, unless you have rooted chances are you didn’t remove the default APN t-mobile settings. (Trust me it is in this order.) In order to set the APN to your carrier, I think installing the micro SIM card, update the phone software through WiFi or internet, and a factory reset in that order would be the solution. (I run AT&T and spent quite a bit of time trying to swap out of the t-mobile default before resetting.)

    Still no jellybean, which is version 4.1. Apparently it’s an awesome OS, but the Xperia P will not have the ability to update to this version for a few months. Other 2012 models already have the capability of updating to jellybean, which was disappointing to hear about, but quite frankly it was not that expensive and the specs on this phone kick ass anyway. Hopefully February-March? Doesn’t bother me, but I’m sure others would like to have the newest software now. For that matter, jellybean 4.2 is coming with wireless hdmi stream! (For Nexus tablet)

    The processor is fast. It has 1 gig of RAM and it seems to be using about 300mb default to run the phone itself. I’m sure there are background processes going on that I can remove (live wallpapers?? dafuk!), but I was a bit disappointed to run Pandora, and notice that my phone was sitting at 40% of it’s memory. This does not impede it’s performance. I haven’t rooted the phone yet, so I’m sure possibilities exist that I currently do not understand. Streams media 1 process at a time, but it’s fast and high quality. This means that if you are listening to music and you open a new media file, it will pause/mute the other (DUH), or if you turn on the camera while listening to music it will also pause/mute until you exit out of the camera.
    If you go to GSMArena and compare a few phones you’ll find that it has the same CPU as the iPhone 4S, but the Xperia P has 2x more RAM. So you can laugh at your outdated friends and family who tote the 4s or less. Anyway, look for yourself if you are interested: google GSM arena and search phone models.

    The 8MP camera is great. It has superb resolution at close-mid range zoom. If you zoom in all the way, there will be heavy pixelation and a delayed focus, especially if you are aiming at something far away. This sounds like common sense, but I think it should be said anyway. There are also edit options for photos that can enhance resolution. Man you can see like pores on people’s faces and stuff. Gross! I have no complaints about the front camera.

    The speaker: Crystal clear speaker phone. Decent volume level: I compared to a Samsung Galaxy S3 and was put in the dirt. The volume on stock for SG3 was 2x higher than the Xperia P. I read that it can be amped up higher, but I wouldn’t chance blowing out the speaker. That would not be fun!

    The headphone jack antennae is very sensitive so be sure to stand in open spaces, or be away from interference if you want to have best quality reception. I listened to radio for about an hour while messing with the phone, it is clear as day if you are in the right position. The only benefit I think to this function is that you can listen to the radio if you’re on the go with those specific headphones in, but realistically it doesn’t seem very practical considering you can access internet radio or play libraries of music from the phone itself. To each their own. The ear buds are excellent quality, however. I can hardly hear with them in and no sound on! Sony quality if you don’t want to buy a set of Bose or Beats.

    This phone comes preloaded with tons…

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