Friday, 9 November 2012


The Xperia U comes with a dual core NovaThor U8500 dual-core 1 Ghz processor with a Mali 400MP GPU and 512 MB of RAM. As far as the internal memory isconcerned, you have 2 GB for your apps and 4 GB of storage for data. The interface is neat and quick most of the time, but if you are installing a ton of content, be sure to wait. The Xperia U is a quad band GSM handset with 3G, Wi-Fi, DLNA and GPS support. The major addition here is USB on the go support. With the limited internal memory, you might often need that feature. One of the most important grudges we have against the Xperia U is the call quality; the in-built earpiece wasn’t as loud as we’d like, causing us to press the phone against our ears. The U is strapped with a 1320 mAh battery and the dual core processor shows no mercy towards it.The phone is priced at Rs 16,400. For a just grand more, you get the HTC One V, which may have a slower processor on paper, but you won’t be able to tell the difference as both are equally fast (or slow, for that matter). The One V had a better (and bigger) display, a better camera and came with ICS on board


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