- Reception and call quality Good quality (tested over AT&T's network in the US), but sometimes it's hard to hear.
- Display The Bravia display is large, gorgeous, pixel perfect, and sure as hell beats the iPhone's retina display.
- Battery life Terrible software ruins this device, coupled with a non-replaceable battery.
- Camera 12MP of high-quality glory, but doesn't compare the the 8MP iPhone 4S (which ironically enough uses a Sony sensor).
- Ease of use Android 2.3 comes pre-loaded on this device, and it's not the easiest to use, especially when it's loaded down with bloatware.
- Design and form factor Sony design is gorgeous, and the curved back feels nice in my pocket, even with the large screen.
- Portability (size / weight) It's light, but heavy enough to not feel like a toy.
- Media support I haven't tested this too heavily, but if you have a file you can't play, I'm sure there's an app for that.
- Durability I haven't dropped this thing, but it's of solid build, and it seems like it would hold up from my daily usage.
- Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.) Android is no bueno, but the offering of Sony LiveWatch accessories is nice. Too bad those suck too.
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