May 18, 2022 Sony Xperia P A simpler and more mainstream model than Sony’s 2012 flagship smartphone, the Xperia S. The Sony Xperia P differs from it with an aluminum body, a screen resolution of 960×540 instead of 1280×720 pixels and a display technology that uses a white sub-pixel, which, according to Sony, should affect the screen brightness. A distinctive feature of the Sony lineup in 2012 is a transparent panel with touch keys at the bottom of the non-disassembled case. The smartphone uses microSIM and is equipped with a dual-core processor ST Ericsson NovaThor U8500 (Cortex-A9 architecture) with a frequency of 1 GHz. The display with a diagonal of 4 inches has a resolution of 960×540. The 8-megapixel camera records video in FullHD. A gigabyte of RAM is complemented by a 16 gigabyte drive, of which 13 are available to the user. This model does not support memory cards. The battery capacity is 1305 mAh. The package includes a pair of NFC tags that allow you to perform chains of actions or smartphone settings with one touch and a protective sticker on the display. The disadvantages of the model include a significant delay in Android updates. But in general, this is a very interesting model that deserves attention, which has earned the “we recommend” award from the editors.